I can not imply this enough.
They do not agree.
Their stance on who you call the Father is different.
Their stance on the Law is different.
The problem with having both
the Teachings of Jesus with the Teachings of Paul in the same book
is kinda like putting oranges and beets in a bowl
and expecting it to taste good together
and because beets have a odd taste,it does not work.
Oranges are sweet and Jesus message is pleasant so it fits.
Here is some instances where they disagree directly:
Jesus’s Perspective on The Father:
And call no man your father on the earth,
for one is your father,which is in heaven.
Paul’s Perspective on The Father:
1 Corinthians 4:15
Even if you had ten thousand guardians in Christ,
you do not have many fathers,
for in Christ Jesus I have became your father through the Gospel
(See in those two verses alone they disagree on who our Father is)
Jesus’s Perspective on The Law:
For verily I say unto you,
Till heaven and earth pass away,
one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law,
till all things be accomplished.
Paul’s Perspective on The Law:
Having abolished in his flesh the enmity,
even the commandments contained in ordinances;
for to make himself of two one man,so making peace.
(See in those verses alone they disagree on the Law)
Jesus even reminded people that only he was their teacher,
not ot any other man
and if you are a Christian then you should take that to heart
because that means that letting pastors teach you is unbiblical,don’t it?