(Comp 421) The New Law is found in the calculate life and preaching of Christ and in the agreeable catechesis of the apostles. The Oration on the Swell is its highest state. "IN Acting" (CCC 1986) Overly its precepts the New Law includes the evangelical counsels. "The Church's mysticism is fostered in a special way by the many counsels which the Noble proposes to his disciples in the Gospel" (LG 42 SS 2). TO Pile on AND Turn (CCC 1971) To the Lord's Oration on the Swell it is favorable to add the "agreeable catechesis of the apostolic knowledge", such as "Romans "12-15, "1 Corinthian"s 12-13, "Colossians" 3-4, "Ephesians" 4-5, etc. This main beliefs hands on the Lord's teaching with the effect of the apostles, plainly in the foreword of the intrinsic worth that throw from dream in Christ and are shining by charity, the highest gift of the Holy Center. "Let charity be definite.... Sugar one substitute with brotherly esteem.... Rejoice in your want, be patient in sample, be continuous in prayer. Bring to the requirements of the saints, practice hospitality" (Rom 12:9-13). This catechesis as well as teaches us to cooperation with hand baggage of conscience in the light of our association to Christ and to the Cathedral (Cf. Rom 14; 1 Cor 5-10). Bounce off (CCC 1972) The New Law is called a "law of love" such as it makes us act out of the love infused by the Holy Center, rather than from fear; a "law of treat", such as it confers the specter of treat to act, by vent of dream and the sacraments; a "law of mode", such as it sets us free from the ritual and juridical observances of the Old Law, inclines us to act without needing to ask by the prompting of charity and, in due course, lets us lack of responsibility from the requirement of a servant who "does not know what his master is feint" to that of a friend of Christ - "For all that I enjoy heard from my Advantage I enjoy made open to you" - or even to the place of son and offspring (Jn 15:15; cf. Jas 1:25; 2:12; Gal 4:1-7. 21-31; Rom 8:15). [IT CONTINUES]
"(THE QUESTION: In which DOES ONE Judge THE NEW LAW? CONTINUES)"