Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
For what the law could not do, in that it was weak through the flesh, God sending his own Son in the likeness of sinful flesh, and for sin, condemned sin in the flesh:
Therefore from the works of the law shall no flesh be justified before him: for by the law the knowledge of sin.
For when we were in the flesh the passions of sins, those by the law, were energetic in our members to bring forth fruit to death.
And from all which ye could not be justified by Moses' law, every one believing in him is justified.
The law then against the promises of God? It may not be: for if a law had been given able to make alive, truly justice would be by the law.
For there is truly an annulling of the command going before by its weakness and unprofitableness.
For the law having a shadow of good things about to be, not the same image of the things, with these sacrifices which they bring in yearly in continuance never can render perfect them coming thereto.
2 Corinthians 5:21
For him not knowing sin, he made sin for us; that we might be the justice of God in him.
Christ redeemed us from the curse of the law, having been a curse for us: for it has been written, Cursed every one hanging upon a tree:
Knowing this, that our old man was crucified together, that the body of sin might be left inactive, for us no more to serve sin.
1 Peter 2:24
Who himself bear up our sins in his body upon the wood, that we, removed from sins, should live to justice: by whose bloody mark ye were healed.
1 Peter 4:1
Therefore Christ having suffered for us in the flesh,, also arm ye yourselves with the same mind: (for he having suffered in the flesh has ceased from sin;)
And bring near Aaron and his sons to the door of the tent of appointment and wash them in water.
And the priest did the sin, and expiated for him being cleansed from his uncleanness; and afterwards he will slaughter the burnt-offering.
And from the assembly of the sons of Israel he shall take two he goats of the goats for sin, and one ram for a burnt-offering.
We reckon then man to be justified by faith without the works of the law.