"... people have a false view of grace. They think that grace is apart from law and has nothing to do with it. That is what is called antinomianism, the attitude of people who abuse the doctrine of grace in order to live a sinful, slack or indolent type of spiritual life.... The whole purpose of grace, in a sense, is just to enable us to keep the law.... Therefore if your so-called grace ... does not make you keep the law, you have not received grace.... What is grace? It is that marvellous gift of God which, having delivered a man from the curse of the law, enables him to keep it and to be righteous as Christ was righteous, for He kept the law perfectly. Grace is that which brings me to love God; and if I love God, I long to keep His commandments. 'He that hath my commandments, and keepeth them,' Christ said, 'he it is that loveth me.'"
--Martyn Lloyd-Jones, "Christ Fulfilling the Law and the Prophets," Studies in the Sermon on the Mount