"Ye Are Not Under The Law, But Under Grace"   

Rom. 6:14

It seems to me that this statement by Paul should forever settle the law/grace controversy. The plain language of inspiration is, "Ye are not under the law, but under grace." Yet I constantly hear men say, "But I do think there is some sense in which believers are still under the law." Please, show me one solitary place in the New Testament where believers are said to be under the law or are motivated to do anything by the law. If you can find it, I'll eat my hat and change my doctrine. Until then, I will continue to declare to all believers, "Ye are not under the law, but under grace!"


Don Fortner