O death, where [is] thy sting? O death, where [is] thy victory?
1 Corinthians 15: Q and death of AO, where [is] thy sting? The sting of death [is] sin, O death, where [is] thy victory? the power of sin [is] the law. Thus, the law is (or was Instead, and if not abolished) the "strong man" to force the first time in Mt 12:29 ET Mk 3:27, "strength" of the sting the death of sin: the grave in 1 Corinthians 15, "ministraton of death" to be completed in 2 Cor 3-why the priests were allowed to continue: Hebrews 7:23, why they died and did not receive the promise: Heb 11:39 So, should not be compulsory and the grace of losing, which is bound or unbound on earth as the soundtracks in the sky? If the law gives thanks "Ugly" as a little death makes life no longer life? If warranted by law, Christ "ineffective"? The coup?
So if the law is the bite, we must stop our sting of guilt, shame, and revenge, because we accept that JC has slowed the sting of legal consequence?