Here's something for Jews and their followers who have rejected "Jesus" to chew on:
Until the Third Temple is built and the animal sacrifices are reinstated, the Jews have NO way to atone for their sins (except by "prayer and supplication" which - according to Torah is NOT all that is required, no matter how much one attempts to ignore those passages in order to hang onto just one)!
Who gives anyone the authority to suggest we don't have to obey the rules anymore? Who has the authority to say that one can simply fast and do good deeds, to atone for his sins, etc.? Jews and their converts cling to this one scripture, and IGNORE the rest of the Torah that says otherwise:
Isaiah 1: 11 "What need have I of all your sacrifices?" Says the Lord. "I am sated with burnt offerings of rams, And suet of Fatlings, and blood of bulls; and I have no delight in lambs and he-goats.12 That you come to appear before Me - who asked that of you? Trample My courts 13 no more; bringing oblations is futile, incense is offensive to Me. New moon and Sabbath, proclaiming of solemnities, assemblies with iniquity, I cannot abide. 14 Your new moons and fixed seasons fill Me with loathing; They are become a burden to Me. I cannot endure them. ( New Jewish Publication Society)
Please read the whole chapter! YHWH only said those things because His people weren't being wholehearted toward Him!
What are you going to do with scriptures like this (just ONE example)?
Leviticus 17: 11 "For the life of the flesh is in the blood, and I have given it to you on the altar to make atonement for our souls; for it is the blood by reason of the life that makes atonement."
We are to keep HIS commandments, not pick and choose!
"And showing mercy unto thousands of them that love Me, and keep My Commandments" (Sh'mot/Exodus 20:6); and, "Therefore you shall love YHWH your Elohim and keep His charge and His Statutes and His Judgments and His Commandments, always." (D'varim/Deut. 11:1).
"Only take great care to obey the mitzvah and the Torah which Moshe the servant of ADONAI gave you - to love ADONAI your God, follow all his ways, observe his mitzvot, cling to him, and serve him with all your heart and being." (Joshua 22:5). He declared "...as for me and my house, we will serve YHWH." (Joshua 24:15).
Note, He didn't say, "Keep ONE commandment." Mitzvot is plural. So, if you think you don't have to do anything except "prayer and supplication" you'd best read the REST of the Torah.
By rejecting YHWH's Divine Messiah, Y'shua haMashiyach, you have NO way to atone for your sins!