Not Under the Torah/Instsructions in Righteousness/Law
When the Word says, "we are not under the Instructions in Righteousness/Torah/Law", it means we are not under the oppressive condemnation of death that results from sin, or transgression of the Instructions in Righteousness. It does not mean we don't have to obey any Instructions in Righteousness. The purpose of the Instructions in Righteousness is to point out sin; "By the Instructions in Righteousness is the knowledge of sin", and "I had not known sin but by the Instructions in Righteousness/law" (Rom 3:20; 7:7 with emphasis added). Therefore, the only thing that abolishing the Instructions in Righteousness/law does is to remove that which tells us we are sinning. So if the Torah/Instructions in Righteousness/Commandment to not commit adultery is abolished, we will have no conviction of that sin, for sin is lawlessness (1 Jn 3:4 with emphasis added). If we abolish "Thou shalt not commit adultery", then adultery can be freely practiced without conviction of sin. Now we begin treading on very dangerous ground. The same is true of saying the Sabbath is abolished. Sabbath opponents assuage their conscience with the thought of freedom from the Sabbath, yet the Sabbath remains and they are oblivious to it. Sha'ul/Paul could have easily used the fourth commandment instead of the tenth commandment in his example of Romans 7:7.
"Zaquaine" Mufasa Abda Kalil TsidekiYahu