And those also wondering: How come we don't have to sacrifice animals as God commanded which he said was forever? How come we don't need to be circumcised? How come Paul says not to judge over what others eat or whether they keep sabbaths? James and Peter say we shouldn't trouble the gentiles with Torah, they just say to stay away from eating blood, isn't that removing commandments? God says all these things like feasts and whatnot are commandments forever!?
Mustard seeds, you were never under the Sinai covenant to have those commandments removed. The reason God says do not add or remove commandants is because if you are under the Sinai Covenant (the Old Covenant) then obviously yes you cannot remove commandments. You have to keep the whole Torah, not just the dietary laws, or the day sabbath, please actually read Torah to see all you'll have to do. You have to keep the old covenant if you are in the old covenant.
That's why orthodox Jews reject Christianity. Because they believe Jeremiah 31:31 is referring to a refreshing of the same covenant 616 laws and all the rest of it. The covenant was broken the Jews failed to keep it, and if you go under it you'll fail too. Keeping the commandments to love one another, to stay away from sin, you really need to do that, it's not going to be healthy though if you think you're going to be judged for not living as the Jews do, the Law is fulfilled in the Messiah: that means we are no longer under bondage, we no longer have to make constant animal sacrifices which was arguably the most important constant commandment. We have an eternal rest in Christ. And you should I hope have the law written on your heart as God says, Paul describes. That law is reflected in the Torah but while God commanded to stone anyone who blasphemed his name, If you did that today, stoned someone to death for speaking evil against God, would you get good favour with Jesus? I think your answer to that would say it all whether you are born again or not.
There are things you should understand when reading the Bible, you cannot take out one part one verse and say this applies because trust me you can do that with everything, you'll end up being a complete mess.
You have to understand the whole. When you go through Torah you need to understand what's going on, you need to understand why Christians don't celebrate Passover anymore despite it being one of many "forever commandments". And it's for this reason it's understandable why Jews are so against the idea that suddenly these commandments no longer seem forever. As if God only began to exist in 1400s BC when he made the Sinai Covenant but the promise of Messiah and saviour of the world was made to Abraham long before the Sinai covenant which I don't know how many times I can say it the New Covenant is different, clearly, we don't have a physical tabernacle for animal sacrifice. But getting into that seems a bit too much. "Well I understand how Passover is fulfilled and sacrifices are fulfilled but pork and fat is not fulfilled!" Pork and fat is just a bad idea to eat, but again, you cannot commanded of others when you are a christian to keep a covenant you're not even (hopefully) apart of and I believe Jesus did accomplish what he said he would.
If you wish to be part of the Old Covenant (or at least pretend to) you may. I cannot stop you and I will not judge you for doing so. Please do not judge others for being part of the new covenant, especially gentiles, judizing them. There's a reason Paul is constantly writing things like: we are dead to the law(Torah), we are not under the law(Torah), gentiles don't have the law(Torah), literally says stop arguing about the law(Torah), don't judge by the law(Torah) least you be judged by it. What is he really saying? He basically says if you are under the law you're basically not saved.
(Galatians 5:4) You are alienated from Christ, you who desire to be justified by the law. You have fallen away from grace.
And you say "I'm not trying to be justified but God wants us to keep... certain Torah statutes." Just certain ones? And those are reiterated in the New Testament, such as not eating blood and if you need to be told not to fornicate you are fallen far far from God. The point is: be careful and do not judizie others, it's fine to promote saturday sabbath or not to wear clothes of wool and linen woven together. You call people idiots and God haters and all this stuff for not doing it you'll be in for a shock when as you judge by saying "it's in the Torah" you will be judged by the same Torah. "Oh but those are just little commandments in the Torah, they don't matter." Well, you'll see I suppose. But I tell you: you literally are not part of a covenant that no longer exists.