Haven't you read the Jewish Tanach? In Exodus 3:14 it says...."God said to Moses, "Ehyeh asher ehyeh (I will be what I will be)," and He said, "So shall you say to the children of Israel, 'Ehyeh (I will be) has sent me to you.'"
God's name never was "I Am". It is not a statement of his existence but of his intentions. It is future tense.
You would do well to come down off your high horse and do some proper research.
Those who fail to "do the will of God" Jesus said. They think that they are Christians......but Jesus doesn't think so. He is the judge and he will pass judgment accordingly. The distinction between the "sheep" and the "goats" is determined at the final showdown....the sheep inherit life...the goats will never be seen again. (Matthew 25:32; 41)
What is your problem with Paul?
Who told you he was a false prophet? Jesus chose him as one who would take the good news to the Gentiles....people he formerly despised as much as he did the Christians. The other apostles accepted him. Peter accepted correction from him. He was never one of the 12 and never pretended to be. His commission was as an apostle to the nations. As a Pharisee he could speak to Pharisees as an equal, not as man despised for his lack of education. As an educated man he could speak to the Greek philosophers on an intellectual level. As a Roman citizen he had more rights under law than others which also gave him advantages. As an apostle he engendered much love among the ones he assisted.
He was a tentmaker by trade and worked for his own keep so as not to become a financial burden to his brothers. There is so much to admire about Paul but you ignore the fact that the apostles were the recipients of holy spirit. They knew that Ananias and Sapphira had falsely claimed to give the full price of the field they sold. If Peter knew this, how come the holy spirit didn't tell him that Paul was a fraud?
Have you no powers of reason?
Jesus said that what you do to his brothers, you do to him. Be careful how you judge, or you may well receive the same in return.
As for the Law.....Jesus himself said that he had not come to abolish the Law but to fulfill it.
Matthew 5:17-19...."Do not think that I came to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I did not come to abolish but to fulfill. 18 For truly I say to you, until heaven and earth pass away, not the smallest letter or stroke shall pass from the Law until all is accomplished. 19 Whoever then annuls one of the least of these commandments, and teaches others to do the same, shall be called least in the kingdom of heaven; but whoever keeps and teaches them, he shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven."
You notice he said..." not the smallest letter or stroke shall pass from the Law until all is accomplished
." That word "until
" means that the Law was going to be nailed to the torture stake with him. With his death, his whole mission was accomplished. The new covenant would replace the old, and the only two laws that bound Christians came to be known as the Law of Love.....'Love of God and neighbor'. Jesus said that these two summed up the whole law.
I think you need to take the blinkers off and read your Bible.