Realizing you don’t want to keep discussing this topic anymore, I will just close it as well by pointing out that:
You did not respond to any of my bulleted questions, which were a direct comment to your earlier post
You are making a huge assumption that may not be correct in relation to which Sabbath days Jesus observed - This writing is from Philo Judaeus, from Alexandria a contemporary of Jesus:
“The fourth commandment has reference to the sacred seventh day that it may be passed in a sacred and holy manner. Now some states keep the holy festival only once in the month, counting from the new moon, as a day sacred to the Almighty; ** but the nation of the Jews keeps every seventh day regularly, after each interval of six days **.” (Philo Judaeus, The Decalogue, XX, p.526).
"But after this continued an uninterrupted festival which thus lasts through all time, there is another celebrated, namely, that of the sacred seventh day after each recurring interval of six days … proclaiming a day of freedom to them also after every space of six days , … having a relaxation every six days …" (Philo Judaeus, The Special Laws, II , XV, sections 56, 66, 67; pp.574,575)
Carol as I pointed earlier to Steve @niteguy2, we should not lump in the Ten Commandments with the ceremonial laws - they were clearly two separate sets as we see in Deut. with different purpose, timing, symbology and even authorship if we consider that these were taught by Moses. A lot of theological error occurs when we do that.