Important for us as New Testament Christians is the New Testament perspective on the law.
1. "The law" in the gospels and most of Paul's treatises about "the law", the whole of the Torah is in mind, including all the commandments. The whole law has been fulfilled (plero˘) by and through Christ: that means accomplish, complete, end.
2. Nowhere in the New Testament, a distinction is made between the ten commandments and the rest of the law. "The law" always includes the ten commandments and all the other laws. All of them has ended in Christ for those who believe and walk through the Spirit.
3. The great commandment of love (God and my neighbour as myself) is the only law given in the New Testament, for it fulfills the underlying principles, morality and ethics underlying to all Old Testament laws, and much more. This is a principle and not a set of do's and don'ts. We live by this principle if we are led by the Spirit in freedom and not subject to the letter.
Joh 8:32 "And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free."