Nothing against the teachings of the great sage Jesus here....but your deity has changed his name so many times in the book you call "holy" alone, no one knows who the "REAL" deity really is.<quoted text>
I'll agree that we are to become new - a new creation as we allow Jesus (Yahshua) to enlighten our pathway of life, but it is we who have to want to change - to repent to do as He called "the will of God." Jesus taught and exampled proper interpretation and application of the gracious instruction on God. Jesus upheld the Torah to the least commandment, and taught that His disciples are to do likewise. God never said right is wrong, or wrong is right - nor did any prophet or apostle of God or the Christ, who is our Savior. Jesus plainly taught it is we who have to repent and start growing in obedience to God that is caused because of our belief and faith that He is who He said He is, and that His teachings are the Doctrine of God.
Those of God come to Him to know that what they do is done of God. Jesus never said we are saved by grace, through faith, and not of works that any man would boast. The only person in Scripture that boasted about what they did is Paul. And strangely, it is Paul who said salvation is of grace and not of works, which absolutely contradicts the words of God and the Christ.
Rome put Paul into the New Testament about 300 years after the fact. The Church of God at Jerusalem rejected Paul - did you know that? In fact, the original heresy was to take what Paul said above what Jesus plainly taught the truth of God to be. Look up some historical accounts of Marcion. Marcion is who gave us Paul's writings. God gave instruction in Deut. 4, 12, 13 and 18 for all history - the criteria He commands us to use to know who speaks for Him and who does not. Jesus passed the exams, as did the original disciples. However, Paul and all his disciples didn't.
So are we to be judged by the words of Jesus Christ, as He plainly taught?
Will all men be judged by the gospel Paul preached?
What did Jesus say? What did Paul say?
Who should we believe if our love is first and foremost for God - the greatest commandment?
PTAH never had to change his writings or identity to his followers....oh, BTW - most "all" of your so called Abrahamic "basic(core)" sayings and laws came from the ancient words of PTAH- including Proverbs and the "positive" "Laws of Maat"(which were abbreviated into the "negative" 10 commandments) by the [writer(s)] of "Moses"....who was also a repeat of two "earlier" stories preceding the Hebrew refabricated/reconstituted accounts of preceding history.