Reading God on crimes – in the 'Law' – is insightful though obviously reading Part-Two, not applicable.
I can't be…. (talking of which) to write much at all, this sunny day.
(“Here he goes...”) Suffice to splut: God is good. As Moses Laws-up shows, Christ in and any teaching can only go, so far. Paul calls it a schoolteacher to… Christ. More here's the problem, in no legal way to live finally and fully right. And only in 'death of…' bringing a way-through and necessary transactions. Transcending. More than human reach. Outside to in. Be about: Our death for Life. Our life, in God's Spirit. The separate unto, the Holy one.
If God all distant and a dreary concept, ravaged by numb responses? Best do Jesus-way as can and don't do theology, if stuck in rubble, as that'll doubtless turn to bloody-minded; “you condemn so… then so will... And, You”. Drop-it. God-condemn-so? Pause. Question. Like the law. All imbued with compassion, justice and – limited in this and other contexts – in God's mercy. Grace. Do grace. Or say, get-grace. Actually 'say' is a key.
Say; “If God like Jesus…”
Don't try and believe. Do try and see if… to receive. More 'law' tomorrow… but always read back from person/God, on a cross. In love with.