Romans 7/8 The Law consisted of three parts, Ceremonial (Sacrifices/offerings), social and moral. Jesus fulfilled the Ceremonial (Col 2:13-17) and the social laws have been passed onto governments (Rom 13?). The moral part of the Law (which Jesus expounded in the sermon on the mount) still apply to the believer. In itself it is just a set of rules that exposes sin. Am I write in thinking that this is the point (among others) Paul is trying to make in these chapters. That the moral part of The (Mosaic) Law can only be truly served through the Holy Spirit, can only be written on our hearts after regeneration? In the old testament people could only obey the instructions out of duty? I don't think I've made myself clear here, look forward to hearing anyone's opinions on this matter. Thanks for reading, Craig.