What is the moral Law's standard for righteousness? How good does one have to be in order for the law to justify them as "good" enough in God's sight? 1. Does your righteousness have to exceed human standards - Mt. 5:20 2. Does your righteousness have to equal God's own - Mt. 5:48 3. How good is God's own righteousness? Did he ever sin in the past? in the present? will he in the future? 4. Does the Law overlook failure in only one point? - James 2:10 5. How many sins does it take to be condemned and cursed by the Law? 6. How many come short of that standard - Rom. 3:23 7. Can God justify the "ungodly" without works - Rom. 4:5 8. Who can you find that has measured up to the Law's standard of good?