The Law – Israel’s children – Eternity
Sin is a violation of God’s moral law which has been extant from the creation of the angels as an arbiter of free will. You think you have righteousness with God through the Law Covenant when in reality the Law Covenant, the Decalogue, is nothing new or novel but simply a reiteration of the moral law extant from eternity past (Romans 2:14-15) with some specificity (sins especially abhorrent to God) for Israel as they were set-apart for God’s eschatological purposes while surrounded by pagan tribes serving pagan gods.
The Law has already condemned you to death in your sin and this void atonement. The Law mandates absolute perfection (James 2:10) but you’re a sinner condemned by the Law (Romans 3:20-23) and you live under a curse (Galatians 3:10) because you seek righteousness through that which only provides condemnation by defining your sin void atonement. Only Yeshua provides necessary “righteousness” as He earned that righteousness for you through His sinless perfection and making blood atonement for your sin at Golgotha and only by trusting-believing in Yeshua as your Messiah who died for you will you receive the righteousness of Yeshua imputed into your life and receive the benefits of forgiveness of sin and a right standing with the Father i.e. eternal life (John 3; Matthew 26:28; 2 Corinthians 5:21).