From page 1 thru page 1393 -- thru "Maps" :) -- the whole Bible breathes Christ. I picked up this gem from Chad Bresson's Vossed World:
“...Learn your Old Testaments. See Christ therein. See His great glory there. We study the Old Testament so that we will see the variegated glories of Christ shining through their pages. We do not read them as Jews. We do not read them as though we were a synagogue. We read them as Christians. We see Christ in them because He is in them. We do so because Christ taught that He was in them. We do so because the New Testament saw Christ in them. So while the Old Covenant itself fades, its remaining glory to be seen by believing and un-veiled hearts is the very glory of Christ.
"May we be transformed by seeing the glory of Christ all through the Bible. The transforming power of beholding Christ emerges from the pages of the whole Bible. We are transformed from glory to glory as we see Him there. Want to grow and change? Want to reflect Christ to others? Gaze on Him in the pages of your Bible.” Russ Kennedy, "The Fading Glory"
We should never mistake our fight against Legalism as a fight against obedience. When we obey the Lord out of love and surrender, we are exercising a glorious response to a blessed relationship.
But there is something even better than obedience.
The very Life of Jesus being lived out in us, as we are in close communion and fellowship with Him. It's Galatians 2:20 springing forth in fruit. "It is no longer I who live, but Christ..." It's the fruit of His Spirit being produced in us, and expressing itself, not in obedience to a specific command, but in our hands being His hands, our feet being His feet, our minds expressing His mind.
This is not an abnormal state for the believer, though it may not be common. It's the normative state of a believer who is filled with the Spirit. Christ, Who is our life, living it, with us, as one spirit with Him (1 Cor. 6:17).