Apparently, you haven't been following my posts.What was done away with was the penalty for transgression- for those who would keep Yahweh's commands to the best of their ability, not the whole law.
Never have I ever said, or even implied, that the whole law was done away with. That's preposterous. I know that the majority misunderstand Paul's letters, not realizing that when he spoke of the law, that he was referring to specific laws and not the whole law, and constantly used the term "law" in a most general sense. But, it's also erroneous to believe that the only law that was fulfilled on the cross was the penalty of death. According to prophesy, as I quoted some of them before, the following were fulfilled...sacrifices and oblations, the penalty of death, circumcision, and the Sabbath (seventh-day and holy days) precepts. All those that deal with love remain.