Right. And we can all agree that sin is a pleasurable thing, at least in the moment. But I know personally, even though i am tempted, I am SO HORRIFIED at the thought of it and what it does that I am actively trying to run from it. I didn't really understand what sin was before, and I think the Holy Spirit was trying to tell me, but I wasn't listening. I accepted Christ and what He did for me, but growing in the knowledge of sin and WHY Christ died for me was a long process.
Also, I think once you accept Christ, He is your Savior and Lord whether you like it or not. We can stray and sometimes be very stubborn to His will for our life, but He will not allow us to succeed or be happy on our own.
So all this 'submit to Christ as Savior AND Lord' is kind of weird. When you accpet Christ, you accept Him totally, whether you have knowledge of it or not. He IS Savior and Lord. And He will make it known to you. You can trust Him or you can go your own way and learn the hard way. It can be smooth sailing as you trust in God or it can be a rollercoaster ride, the choice is yours.
As far as wanting to sin, I understand what you mean, and I think it is a process. Sin is a pleasurable thing, anyone who denies this is in my opinion pretty blind. But it's a question of who we serve. As Paul said,
Knowing this, that our old man is crucified with him, that the body of sin might be destroyed, that henceforth we should not serve sin.
Doesn't mean it is not possible to serve sin. It's horrifying, but it's possible. But we should run from it. Sure it feels good, but we don't do it because it is an offense to God, and our Savior.
Something I didn't understand for years.