Yahushua (John 1:1-5) is the Creator of all things, seen and unseen. His goal is to draw us to Himself, and enter the Covenant He has made with mankind (p.c. humankind).
Entering the Covenant, we pledge to obey Him by receiving His “point-of-view” of sin, so we see it “as He sees it.” Seeing sin as He sees it, we seek to please Him instead of our flesh, and in this way we agree in our heart and mind that sin is not an option - we also revile it.
Thus, we can obey His Word (Torah, Instructions, Teachings, Commandments), because He writes a love for His Torah upon our hearts and our minds (this is the “new” or “renewed“ Covenant). They become our desire to obey, because He changes our desires, overcoming the worldly desires.
This is neither Pharisee nor Sadducee, Judaism nor Christian, Jew nor Gentile. We are Natsarim (Natsarene) Yisra’el (Israel), followers of the way, branches, watchmen (Acts 24:5).
Currently those (Gentile and Hebrew/Jew) not in the Covenant with Yahuah and His Son Yahushua would prefer to ignore the Ten Commandments, and the seven appointed festivals which reflect the redemption plan for Yisra’el, because they have been taught to disregard them.
This attitude will change when people receive a love for the Truth, Yahuah’s Word, and begin to walk in it as He calls them to repentance.
Omaine (so be it).