Deuteronomy 6:25 spells out the template of perfection for us.

If we keep the commandments of the Lord we have Righteousness from Him. Biblically we are told how it works. Jesus did not deny that template. He did it. And He asked us to do it as well.

Works of salvation? His works brings salvation. Our works?

Shine your light so that others can glorify God not you.

Perfection? Be ye perfect as I am perfect. Who Moses in Deuteronomy 6:25? No. Jesus gave Deuteronomy to Moses and Jesus merely cited Himself in the gospels.

What faith is saving us?

Faith that works says James and Paul in various places in Romans.

Working faith.

If faith does not produce attempts of improvement of our lives from sin to righteousness, we do not have faith.

Faith has fruits. Galatians 5. Faith is only possible through the power of the Holy Spirit. Right?

The Nicodemus operation that Jesus was talking about with him in John 3 was exactly what Deuteronomy 30:6 is saying.

Circumcision of the heart. A knife cutting out the desire, feelings, bad thoughts from the mind and substitute it with the images of Christ in the Bible.

The secret is where? Eyes. Eyes are the windows to the soul, N. P. van Wyk Louw, the South African Poet wrote.

There are Psychologists who say that people cannot change so leave them as they are and accept them just as they are. Do not try to renovate or change them. Do not preach to them the Bible. They cannot change.

Who said this? Carl Jung and others were Buddhist influenced. They got their systems of thinking from atheists like G. Hegel who died in 1831.

Do not look. Then the brain cannot record.

Hunger the mind out of wrong lookings. Read the Bible instead and fill your mind with what? Life of Christ. Then you change.

Result? Happiness. Peace in the soul.

Does it mean that Christ is the end of the law for righteousness Romans 10:4? No says Paul the one who does it will live (Romans 10:5-6). Christ is the end of the ceremonial laws for He is the Lamb of God. No more ceremonies. Right? Except the Lord’s Supper and Footwashing and Baptism.

The ten commandments is unending and eternal says Psalm 119.

So it cannot be ending. Right?

So Paul is speaking of the ceremonial laws of the types and antitypes of which Hebrews 7-10 tells us about.

We are no longer under the condemnation of the ten commandments.

To sin further? Romans 6:1-2 God forbid that we sin and break the commandments of God.

Does your church teach that no one can keep the commandments of God, like the Heidelberg Catechism of 1616 is teaching? Then you need to change your church. When Now?