• Paul Zeron

    Contributing sermons since Oct 9, 2013
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Bayonne, New Jersey 07002

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  • Nt Survey - Philippians, Jesus, Others, You

    Contributed on Oct 27, 2013

    Joy is found in unity with Christ and with Christ in others

    NT Survey - Philippians, Jesus, Others, You As we have looked at the books of the New Testament so far, we have seen some of the great doctrinal books. Romans and justification by faith, Galatians and how salvation cannot depend on our work and cannot be lost by our sin, Colossians and the more

  • Nt Survey - Colossians, Knowing God

    Contributed on Oct 21, 2013

    We know by God by Jesus Christ because He is God. It is not enough to know about God, we must know Him personally. Fear, a healthy respect for God, is the beginning of knowledge

    Knowing God When Paul was writing to the church at Colosse, there was a philosophy that was beginning to emerge called Gnosticism. If you have an idea of what Gnosticism is, then you will realize that what Paul said was not only Christ honoring, but his words were very clear, sharp, and more

  • Nt Survey - Acts, Acts Of The Holy Spirit

    Contributed on Oct 16, 2013

    The book of Acts reports more of the work of the Spirit than the works of the apostles. It ends abruptly...God's churches continue "writing" more chapters to this day.

    Acts of the Spirit As we continue to examine the New Testament books to have a basic idea what each one is about we come to the book of Acts. Most of the New Testament books were written to address specific problems and so we approach them expecting a logical flow of an argument that works more

  • Nt Survey - 2 Corinthians, Christian Maturity

    Contributed on Oct 9, 2013

    Serving self lies at the rood of immaturity and impedes our spiritual growth

    As we move along in our survey of the books of the New Testament, we come to the book of 2 Corinthians. The theme of 2 Corinthians is opposite of the theme of 1 Corinthians. To understand 2 Corinthians you have to know that when Paul wrote his first letter to them, he was not happy. The entire more