Lets leave Paul out of the equation for a moment. We already know that you have not given all you own to the poor and needy and that you cannot perfectly keep the sabbath. That by it's self makes you a law breaker! So how do you justify saying and believing that you are saved?<quoted text>
Go study what Jesus taught. Note where and how many times He taught salvation by faith, salvation without works, salvation that was unconditional to doing whatever He taught. In fact, show us where Jesus taught we are saved by grace, or that heaven is a gift of the grace of God.
Paul was a rank liar, and Jesus said so.
There is only one way you can do that. It is by saying that God will forgive you for your sin as long as you keep trying.
What is it that separates us from God? Sin does and you are a sinner based on the OT laws!
Abraham did not live under the law. The law was added later because of transgressions. The law was temporary and its purpose was to define and reveal to us that we are sinners. It never had any power to save or forgive sin.
What is that one thing that you lack??? If you have only broken one law only one time, you are still condemned. Going back and getting a second chance for a re-do, still leaves you a sinner. As long as you are under the law you will continue to be condemned by it! Think in terms of purgatory, because that works system is exactly what your doctrine implies. The only difference is the way you play the game!