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Christ is become of no effect unto you, whosoever of you are justified by the law; ye are fallen from grace. (Galatians 5:4) KJV
Christ is become of no effect unto you. Literally, ye were brought to nought from Christ. Your relation to Christ is finished, rendered null and void. Without an effective relation to Christ, one deprives himself of spiritual blessing. Whosoever of you are justified by the law. Justified as you think, but not really. You who are trying to be justified in the law, trying to seek a right standing with God on the basis of works or merit. One either attains salvation by his own works or he attains it as a free gift of God (Rom 11:6). Ye are fallen from grace. The only time this phrase is used in the Bible. Having been saved by grace, the Galatians, who were reverting to the law for Christian living, were actually falling short of the standard of grace by which they were saved. The frustrating result would have been similar to the believer in Romans 7 who was struggling to live under the law. This does not teach that children of God can lose their salvation by falling out of grace. Paul is contrasting grace and law. Depending on circumcision, or any other work, means renouncing justification by grace through faith and takes one out of the spirit of grace and puts him under the dominion of the law. There cannot be two grounds of salvation, two means of justification, two ways of life. To accept the one means to reject the other. It is either law or grace, either works or faith, either self-righteousness, or the righteousness of God, either circumcision or Christ. The Galatians were in danger of substituting law for Christ as a means of salvation.
KJV Bible commentary. 1997, c1994 (2396). Nashville: Thomas Nelson.
"It simply is reminding us that we should also believe and have faith in Christ while observing the law in order to receive grace."
That is absolute rubbish and is not supported by scripture. You've been told time and time again that GRACE is on a higher level than the LAW.
Intention of the LAW
1 Timothy 1:8
8 But we know that the law is good, if a man use it lawfully; (KJV)
The Law served a purpose, but God did not give it as a means of salvation. The Law condemns us; it reveals to man that he is a sinner in need of a Savior. Under the Law the best man in the world is absolutely condemned, but under the gospel the worst man can be justified if he will believe in Christ.
The sinner cannot be saved by good works for he is unable to perform any good works. Paul wrote in Romans, “So then they that are in the flesh cannot please God” (Rom. 8:8). This idea that in and of yourself you can please God absolutely contradicts the Word of God. It is impossible to please Him—you cannot meet His standard.
Good works cannot produce salvation, but salvation can produce good works. We are not saved by good works, but we are saved unto good works. Paul makes this very clear in Ephesians 2:8–10 where we read: “For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: Not of works, lest any man should boast. For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus unto good works, which God hath before ordained that we should walk in them.”
“We know that the law is good, if a man use it lawfully.” The Law reveals the will of God—it is morally excellent. It is good for moral conduct but not for obtaining salvation. It cannot save a sinner, but it can correct him or reveal that he is a sinner. That is its purpose. 
McGee, J. V. (1997, c1981). Thru the Bible commentary. Based on the Thru the Bible radio program. (electronic ed.) (5:432-433). Nashville: Thomas Nelson.
Ulaya please understand that salvation cannot be earned. Salvation is given by GRACE and received by FAITH (Ephesian 2:8-9).
Matthew 19:17 is the story of the rich young ruler (Luke 18:18-23; Matthew 19:16-22). This young man's problem is trying to earn salvation by keeping the LAW. Jesus set the record straight for him showing him in the Commandments how sinful he is and his need for a Saviour.
Ulaya please understand no one has ever kept the Commandments except the Lord Jesus Christ.
17 And he said unto him, Why callest thou me good? there is none good but one, that is, God: but if thou wilt enter into life, keep the commandments. (KJV)
19:17 Our Lord probed him on these two points. In asking, “Why do you call Me good? There is no one good but One, that is, God,” Jesus was not denying His own deity, but was providing the man with an opportunity to say, “That’s why I call You good—You are God.”
To test him on the way of salvation Jesus said, “But if you want to enter into life, keep the commandments.” The Savior was not implying that man can be saved by keeping the commandments. Rather, He was using the law to produce conviction of sin in the man’s heart. The man was still under the delusion that he could inherit the kingdom on the principle of doing. Therefore, let him obey the law which told him what to do. 
By contrast to their simple obedience came the complex young rich man with all of his “hangups,” calling Jesus Good Master, which the Saviour challenged, not as a denial of His deity, but to impress upon this seeker the seriousness of the implication. “Are you sure you really mean that?” would be a modern paraphrase. The young man’s question, What good thing shall I do? implies that he wanted to perform some work that might gain him eternal life (salvation). Jesus’ challenge was intended to elevate his concept of “good.” The glib comment “good master” is followed by a request for something “good” that he may do to gain heaven. Jesus’ concept of good was that which is divine. Therefore, only an act of God could grant eternal life. The Master’s reply, If thou wilt enter into life, implies that the young man was still on the outside of such life.
The idea is this, if you want to gain eternal life, you must first of all enter it! The imperative keep the commandments (vs. 17) was intended to hit his point of pride, i.e. self-righteousness. Jesus did not believe that mere outward keeping of the commandments of the law brought anyone salvation. He had already told Nicodemus earlier that he must be born again (cf. Rom 3:20; Gal 2:16). Why, then, did He tell this young man to keep the commandments? The rest of the story reveals the answer. Jesus will go to great lengths now to show him that he has not kept the commandments and, therefore, is in need of God’s grace.
“Living under grace means living according to God's Spirit in humble obedience to His Laws.”
No it isn’t that’s a lie from the pit of Hell.
Grace is on a higher level than the LAW.
Grace is on a Higher Level than the LAW
15 having abolished in His flesh the enmity, that is, the law of commandments contained in ordinances, so as to create in Himself one new man from the two, thus making peace, (NKJV)
A third aspect of Christ’s work was abolition of the enmity that smoldered between Jew and Gentile and also between man and God. Paul identifies the law as the innocent cause of the enmity, that is, the law of commandments contained in ordinances. The Law of Moses was a single legislative code; yet it was made up of separate, formal commandments; these in turn consisted of dogmas or decrees covering many, if not most, areas of life. The law itself was holy, just, and good (Rom. 7:12), but man’s sinful nature used the law as an occasion for hatred. Because the law actually did set up Israel as God’s chosen earthly people, many Jews became arrogant and treated the Gentiles with contempt. The Gentiles struck back with deep hostility, which we have come to know all too well as anti-Semitism. But how did Christ remove the law as the cause of enmity? First, He died to pay the penalty of the law that had been broken. He thus completely satisfied the righteous claims of God. Now the law has nothing more to say to those who are “in Christ”; the penalty has been paid for them in full. Believers are not under law but under grace. However, this does not mean they can live as they please; it means they are now enlawed to Christ, and should live as He pleases.
As a result of abolishing the hostility stirred up by the law, the Lord has been able to usher in a new creation. He has made in Himself from the two, that is, from believing Jew and believing Gentile, one new man—the church. Through union with Him, the former combatants are united with one another in this new fellowship. The church is new in the sense that it is a kind of organism that never existed before. It is important to see this. The NT church is not a continuation of the Israel of the OT. It is something entirely distinct from anything that has preced...ow it. This should be apparent from the following:
1. It is new that a Gentile should have equal rights and privileges with a Jew.
2. It is new that both Jews and Gentiles should lose their national identities by becoming Christians.
3. It is new that Jews and Gentiles should be fellow members of the Body of Christ.
4. It is new that a Jew should have the hope of reigning with Christ instead of being a subject in His kingdom.
5. It is new that a Jew should no longer be under the law.
The church is clearly a new creation, with a distinct calling and a distinct destiny, occupying a unique place in the purposes of God. But the scope of Christ’s work does not stop there. He has also made peace between Jew and Gentile. He did this by removing the cause of hostility, by imparting a new nature, and by creating a new union. The cross is God’s answer to racial discrimination, segregation, anti-Semitism, bigotry, and every form of strife between men. 
having abolished … the law: Paul was not saying that God had rejected the righteous standards of the law. Rather, in Christ the righteous standards that people could never reach have been accomplished. He is our righteousness; in Him, believers fulfill the law (Matt. 5:17, 20; Rom. 3:21, 22, 31). The Christian church, composed of both Jews and Gentiles, is described as one new man. In the earliest days of Christianity, the church was largely made up of Jews. But under the direction of God’s Spirit, the believers witnessed to Gentiles (Acts 10), who then outnumbered the Jewish members.
MacDonald, W., & Farstad, A. (1997, c1995). Believer's Bible Commentary : Old and New Testaments (Eph 2:15). Nashville: Thomas Nelson.
Radmacher, E. D., Allen, R. B., & House, H. W. (1999). Nelson's new illustrated Bible commentary (Eph 2:15-16). Nashville: T. Nelson Publishers.
Wrong Bible kemuni, that's the real reason you're choosing to reject Jesus Christ as the Saviour of mankind and promoting "works" as a substitute for salvation. That theology has been proven to be absolutely "demonic".
Come to Jesus, repent and receive Him as your Saviour and Lord while there is still time to do so.
Ulaya right here is your undoing. This is a big call to say that Jesus sacrifice at Calvary was incomplete. In other words only some sins were forgiven and others were not (Moral Laws). Please consider this:
If Jesus Christ's sacrifice is incomplete then YOUR redemption is incomplete. In other words YOU are still a sinner in need of salvation. You are still an unsaved person completely lost in your sins.
No amount of "works" on your part will be able to give you salvation or remove any sin for that matter. Sin cannot be removed by any amount of "works" but by "righteous blood" (Heb 9:22).
Any amount of works on your part to try and be in a right relationship with God is like "filthy rags" before Him (Isa 64:6).
You break one LAW you break all of them and you to start all over again (James 2:10). In other words the conscious of sins remains with you forever. You're under condemnation all the time because of the consciousness of sins.
You don't have any assurance of salvation whatsoever in this life because you've never been saved.
Most importantly and very sad, when you die you go straight to HELL because that's where all those who reject Jesus Christ to be their Saviour go. Please understand something, since you don't want to have any part of the salvation offer of God but rather rely to earn it by your own deeds. Satan is your "spiritual father" and the same judgement that will be accorded to satan will also be accorded to all his children (Matt 25:40).
Hope you'll do something and come away from the "devilish doctrine" that you're holding onto thinking it'll save you. Nothing can be further from the truth.
38 Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost. 39 For the promise is unto you, and to your children, and to all that are afar off, even as many as the Lord our God shall call. (KJV)
A Prayer to Receive Jesus as Saviour
Dear God in heaven, I realize and admit that I am a sinner. I repent of my sins and ask you to forgive me. I renounce Satan and all his works from my life. I confess Jesus now as my Lord and Saviour. Lord Jesus baptize me now with your Holy Spirit and fire. In Jesus' name I pray. Amen.