How does being called to be a Saint change your thoughts and behaviors? Dr. Joshua Matson examines how Jewish Christians and non-Jewish Christians learn to become one people in Jesus and explores grace, works, and mercy. 00:00 Part 1–Dr. Joshua Matson 01:40 Introduction of Dr. Joshua Matson 04:40 Background to today’s lesson 06:45 Emphasizing the good 08:01 Mapping Paul’s journey and what’s next 10:42 Paul carrying contributions for years 12:30 Marriage analogy 14:14 The gospel spreads quickly 16:30 Paul gives two introductions and reasons for writing 17:18 First introduction and call to be Chrisitlike 19:14 Grace and loving kindness 21:46 Salutations and thanksgiving 22:18 What to do with these teachings 22:57 Romans 7 and Jewish law 27:34 Romans 7:8 and love 31:00 The law of Moses 32:32 What should worship look like? 35:15 Jesus elevates our focus 37:04 The Book of Mormon and the law of Moses 38:33 Paul mentions something personal 41:13 Who will be redeemed from physical and spiritual death? 45:06 Paul before and after Jesus 47:08 Where to locate additional Joseph Smith Translation (JST) 49:18 Writing is a difficult medium 50:01 The Spirit empowers our lives 53:31 Sister Nelson on love and marriage 56:09 The Spirit’s direction 59:17 Being spiritually minded 1:02:08 Christian’s true identity 1:06:02 End of Part 1–Dr. Joshua Matson Please rate and review the podcast! Show Notes (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese): YouTube: Facebook: Instagram: Spotify: Thanks to the follow HIM team: Shannon Sorensen: Cofounder, Executive Producer, Sponsor David & Verla Sorensen: Sponsors Dr. Hank Smith: Co-host John Bytheway: Co-host David Perry: Producer Kyle Nelson: Marketing, Sponsor Lisa Spice: Client Relations, Editor, Show Notes Jamie Neilson: Social Media, Graphic Design Annabelle Sorensen: Creative Project Manager Will Stoughton: Video Editor Krystal Roberts: Translation Team, English & French Transcripts, Website Ariel Cuadra: Spanish Transcripts "Let Zion in Her Beauty Rise" by Marshall McDonald