Romans 7:25 speaks of something called the "law of sin" which is contrasted with the "law of God".
For example: the law of God prohibits dishonesty (Lev 19:11) whereas the law of sin compels folks to lie, dissemble, suppress information, and spin half-truths.
The law of God requires civility (Lev 19:18) whereas the law of sin compels folk to be rude, thoughtless, spiteful, argumentative, intolerant, impatient, and defensive.
The law of God favors harmony (Ps 133:1) whereas the law of sin favors assertiveness, quarreling, silent treatments, recriminations, toxic rejoinders, grudging, revenge, vendettas, and shouting and spraying spittle.
The law of God requires charity and generosity (Deut 15:7-8) whereas the law of sin compels folks to be miserly and hard-hearted.
A major difference between the law of God and the law of sin is that the law of God is merely a code to live by, whereas the law of sin is a force of nature. That situation needs to be reversed; and the new covenant described by Jer 31:31-34 and Ezek 36:26-27 is the magic wand able to do it.