Are God’s Laws done away with?
No. God’s moral law of conscience (Romans 2:14-15) has been extant from the creation of the angels as an arbiter of free will and that same law was infused within the human genome by Elohim on the 6th-Day as humanity was created in the spiritual image of Elohim having received certain communicable attributes from our Creator for His eschatological purposes; therefore, the moral law of God, the natural law infused within us at conception, will never pass away and will be relevant in Eternity, the Kingdom of God, where free will remains extant by necessity.
Pervasive confusion regarding “law” and its relevance…
The confusion that exists concerning “Is God’s laws done away with” is mankind’s refusal to come to grips with vanity, self-righteousness via law-keeping v. grace through faith (Hebrews 11). The law given Israel at Sinai etched in stone, nine of the ten Decalogue, are nothing new or novel but find their foundation in the moral law of conscience, the same law that judged Satan of covetousness and judged the Adamic and Noahic generations of defilement where all but eight perished in water by the judgment of God; this same moral law of conscience will be applicable for adjudication at the Judgment of the Condemned manifesting subsequent Messiah’s Millennial Reign (Revelation 20:10-15).
Legalists-cults-sects-Jews-Israelite’s-religions have, for millennia, rejected the simplicity of righteousness (a right standing with Elohim) by grace (a gift – unmerited favor) through faith-trusting in Elohim as Creator and opted to pursue self-righteousness by works, law-keeping, earning their righteousness with God through what they perceive as pleasing God through human effort.
As proclaimed by the Holy Spirit, the moral law of God, God’s words, will never pass away (Matthew 24:35) but that law must be interpreted and understood in accordance with its purpose and objective; that is, as a tutor (Galatians 3:24), a teacher, a definer of sin (Romans 3:20), that points human kind to our need for an Intercessor, a Messiah, one possessing the divine capacity and ability to keep the law in perfection as mandated (James 2:10; Galatians 3:10) and subsequently impute (gift) His righteousness into our lives by faith thereby receiving redemption from sin and reconciliation with the Father by faith in the One who performed the work for us and receive the benefits of covenant promise (Genesis 3:21; Romans 8:1-2; 2 Corinthians 5:21; Hebrews 8:12); otherwise, the law, created for the lawless (1 Timothy 1:9), condemns us void atonement and we then pursue, in futility, righteousness by vanity which offends the Father and condemns mind, body, soul, in Hell (Romans 3:20; Galatians 3:10; Ephesians 2:8-9; Galatians 2:16).
Conclusion of the matter?
The Father has provided One-Way to acquire righteousness (a right standing) and reconciliation with Him; that is, faith in the One He has sent into the World to provide blood atonement for the condemnation of sin; that is, Jesus Christ our Lord (John 6:29; John 3:16; Acts 4:12). Through grace and faith, Elohim has defeated the Evil One through the selfless love of the Son displayed at Golgotha (1 John 3:8b) and we are partakers of that victory when we completely trust and believe in Jesus as our Messiah who died for us (John 14:6; Romans 8:31-39). Our Law in the New Covenant is the indwelling Holy Spirit (Ephesians 1:13-14) who enlivens the moral law of conscience within the redeemed in Jesus via the new creation (2 Corinthians 5:17) and walks them in obedience via the conscience, not letters (2 Corinthians 3:6; Galatians 5:16).