You continue to illustrate your unwillingness to engage with the what is already in front of you by way of the opening post. Certainly you've read it as your fake quote “agreement from Sinai” and corresponding followup comment that, "I used the word 'agreement' since you insist that a covenant is an agreement. (I agree with that view)." So which is it? Is it the agreement that came to an end or what they agreed to (i.e. the law) that came to an end? You are illustrating that either you don't understand what you just affirmed, or that you are intentionally attempting to mislead the uninformed. Either way you are promoting a false teaching. "All the words of the Lord" were what God and the people AGREED/COVENANTED should be kept. The "words of the Lord" were not the agreement/covenant. You JUST signified your agreement/covenant with that!
God didn't find fault with His perfect law. With whom did He find fault?
Since I doubt you will answer my question--as evidenced by your constant avoidance in addressing what I've already written which reveal how your position is biblically errant--let me just post the answer below:
For if there had been nothing wrong with that first [AGREEMENT], no place would have been sought for another. But God found fault with the people and said:“The days are coming, declares the Lord, when I will make a new covenant with the people of Israel and with the people of Judah. It will not be like the covenant I made with their ancestors when I took them by the hand to lead them out of Egypt, because they did not remain faithful to my [AGREEMENT], and I turned away from them, declares the Lord.
That's abundantly clear that the problem was not with the law, but with the people. Why dispute that?
People need to be very concerned for an individual as they observe a false teaching being exposed and the individual continues to promote the same. That indicates that the individual is fully aware of the confusion they are promulgating and that their connection to the Vine has been severed (if they were ever connected).
Check question for “Icy” and “Michael”
So were the words of the Decalogue part of “all the words of the Lord” and part of “All that the Lord has spoken” That were written in the book and spoken to the children of Jacob by Moses