• I doubt that you have EVER heard a sermon like this one on WHO GOD IS!
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  • Finish November off by going to my Internet Radio Station, Radio America USA - Robert Scott Bell is on 6 Days a Week Live & On Demand & also 2 Sermons on Video 1 Show on Audio - #RadioAmericaUSA - www.radioamericausa.com
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  • 28 NOVEMBER (UNDATED SERMON)

    The spur

    ‘Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might; for there is no work, nor device, nor knowledge, nor wisdom, in the grave, whither thou goest.’ Ecclesiastes 9:10
    SUGGESTED FURTHER READING: 2 Corinthians 8:16–23

    There are choice spirits in the world, into whose ears the Holy Spirit whispers grand designs such as he does not reveal to all men. Here and there he finds a soul that he makes congenial to himself, and then he inspires it with great wishes, deep longings and grand designs for glorifying God. Do not quench them; do not starve them by holding them back, but as death is coming, do what is in you and ‘do it with thy might’. No man knows what God means to do through his agency, for often the very feeblest have conceived the greatest purposes. John Pounds and his ragged-school—who was John Pounds? A poor cobbler. Robert Raikes with his Sunday-school—who was Robert Raikes? Nobody in particular, but Sunday-schools have come to something. You may have a sublime conception in your soul. Do not strangle it; nurse the heaven-born thought for God, and the first opportunity you can find, carry out the idea to its practical issues, and throw your might into it.

    There must be some young Christian here who loves his Master, and who means to do something for him before he dies. ‘That thou doest, do quickly.’ Do I not address some young man of a noble spirit, who feels, ‘I could be wealthy; I could gain a position in my profession; I could become famous and get honour for myself, but from this hour I will lay all down at the foot of the cross, and lay myself out for the good of souls and the glory of God’? Go and do it. Do not dream, but work. Do not listen to the sirens which would enchant you by their music and draw you from the rough sea of duty. Launch forth in God’s name, yield yourself up to the winds of heaven, and they will bear you straight on in the course of devoted service. The Lord help you to do with your might what you find to do.

    FOR MEDITATION: Loving the Lord our God with all our might constitutes part of the greatest commandment (Deuteronomy 6:5; Mark 12:28–30) and requires obedience. But we must never forget to rely on the Lord our God as the source of all our might (Judges 6:12–16; Ephesians 3:14–16; 6:10; Colossians 1:11).


    C. H. Spurgeon and Terence Peter Crosby, 365 Days with Spurgeon (Volume 4), (Leominster, UK: Day One Publications, 2007), 343.
    28 NOVEMBER (UNDATED SERMON) The spur ‘Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might; for there is no work, nor device, nor knowledge, nor wisdom, in the grave, whither thou goest.’ Ecclesiastes 9:10 SUGGESTED FURTHER READING: 2 Corinthians 8:16–23 There are choice spirits in the world, into whose ears the Holy Spirit whispers grand designs such as he does not reveal to all men. Here and there he finds a soul that he makes congenial to himself, and then he inspires it with great wishes, deep longings and grand designs for glorifying God. Do not quench them; do not starve them by holding them back, but as death is coming, do what is in you and ‘do it with thy might’. No man knows what God means to do through his agency, for often the very feeblest have conceived the greatest purposes. John Pounds and his ragged-school—who was John Pounds? A poor cobbler. Robert Raikes with his Sunday-school—who was Robert Raikes? Nobody in particular, but Sunday-schools have come to something. You may have a sublime conception in your soul. Do not strangle it; nurse the heaven-born thought for God, and the first opportunity you can find, carry out the idea to its practical issues, and throw your might into it. There must be some young Christian here who loves his Master, and who means to do something for him before he dies. ‘That thou doest, do quickly.’ Do I not address some young man of a noble spirit, who feels, ‘I could be wealthy; I could gain a position in my profession; I could become famous and get honour for myself, but from this hour I will lay all down at the foot of the cross, and lay myself out for the good of souls and the glory of God’? Go and do it. Do not dream, but work. Do not listen to the sirens which would enchant you by their music and draw you from the rough sea of duty. Launch forth in God’s name, yield yourself up to the winds of heaven, and they will bear you straight on in the course of devoted service. The Lord help you to do with your might what you find to do. FOR MEDITATION: Loving the Lord our God with all our might constitutes part of the greatest commandment (Deuteronomy 6:5; Mark 12:28–30) and requires obedience. But we must never forget to rely on the Lord our God as the source of all our might (Judges 6:12–16; Ephesians 3:14–16; 6:10; Colossians 1:11). C. H. Spurgeon and Terence Peter Crosby, 365 Days with Spurgeon (Volume 4), (Leominster, UK: Day One Publications, 2007), 343.
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  • https://ccoutreach87.com/2021/11/28/sunday-sermon-91/
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    Sunday sermon

    John 16:12

    I have yet many things to say unto you, but ye cannot bear them now.

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    .Truth from desperation

    .The prophetic Psalms

    .The chronological history of the bible is important

    .Old Testament review

    .Prophets- Priests- Kings

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    2nd Samuel 24 https://ccoutreach87.com/2018/12/18/2nd-samuel-24/ [Note- I mentioned this video/post on the Sunday sermon video- I figured during the week as I work on the posts- I would make a note to add this video to this post- but sometimes I forget to make ‘the note’- or just don’t have the time to search my sites- but as I was doing the regular posting during the week- this post was next in line as I posted the 2nd Samuel study- so I simply linked it now-

    Lesson?

    We can’t ‘do’ everything or remember everything that needs to get done- but as you progress in the mission- things fall into place. I have many gifted friends on the streets- they are talented in music- art- in many things.

    At times I have told them ‘just do it- just start the journey- don’t wait for the perfect environment’ –

    Ok- I am not sure as of now if I will have time to write a ‘new’ section before I post on Sunday- if not- this will be the ‘NEW’ section-

    Sunday-

    As you can see I didn’t get a chance this week to write a ‘new’ section- but I added my past teachings below- and even in the bullet points you can get a flavor of the theme.

    I did manage to upload most of my teaching videos to 1 Drive- and all of the videos I have ever made are on my 1st Youtube site.

    As the short note above say’s ‘Just do it’- I have had to learn all the tricks of doing web sites- starting new cloud sites- etc.

    Trust me- I came late to the game- I didn’t even have an ‘email’ until a few years ago.

    And yes- like many in my generation- we often don’t want to put up with the frustration of learning new things.

    I have commented on the media- the social media world- and in our day we think ‘social media’ is mainly Facebook and Twitter.

    We have seen people get banned from one of the more notable sites- and they think it’s the ‘end of the world’.

    It’s important to understand that social media- or having an ‘on- line’ outreach is not limited to a few of the more notable names.

    All the websites you see me on- they are free- I used to pay for Word-Press- but had to drop down to the free plan [Yes- I mad my ‘wars’ with them too- I do pay 7 a month for Medium as well]

    I encourage you to look at the links on my sites- go to the site- and there is usually a link that asks you if you too want to start a site.

    You can use the video cloud sites the same way- I only pay for 2 plans right now, and to be honest- the plans are very cheap.

    I get 1 TB of storage for 7 dollars a month [1 Drive].

    Why do I have so many sites- both video and text [web based] ?

    Because it is foolish to simply learn and use 1 or 2 famous name brands- in the atmosphere we are in today.

    If your using the internet to reach out- and some day your site gets removed- which has happened to many people this last year-

    If you have multiple streams going out already-

    Then you simply continue the regular routine of posting- and skip that site- no big deal- the others are already up and running.

    So- I guess this turned into a ‘new’ section after all.

    I encourage all of you to do this- to teach- post- write- make videos- the on line world and much of social media is actually a vast waste land.

    Most of the stuff you see/hear has no real learning value.

    We as believers have Good News to share- even the simple posting of scripture- has a positive impact.

    I encourage all of you to be active in the work of God.

    Ok- that’s it for now-

    God bless all of you-

    John

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  • 27 NOVEMBER (UNDATED SERMON)

    Work for Jesus

    ‘Son, go work to-day in my vineyard.’ Matthew 21:28
    SUGGESTED FURTHER READING: Titus 3:1–15

    The text says, ‘go work’. That is something practical, something real. It does not say, ‘My son, go and think, speculate, make curious experiments, fetch out some new doctrines, and astonish all your fellow-creatures with whims and oddities of your own.’ ‘Son, go work.’ It does not say, ‘My son, go and attend conferences one after another all the year round and live in a perpetual maze of hearing different opinions and going from one public meeting and one religious engagement to another, and so feed yourself on the fat things full of marrow.’ All this is to be attended to in its proper proportion, but here it is ‘go work’.

    How many Christians there are that seem to read, ‘go plan’. They always figure in a way with some wonderful plan for the conversion of all the world, but they are never found labouring to convert a baby, never having a good word to say to the tiniest child in the Sunday-school. They are always scheming and yet never effecting anything. But the text says, ‘Son, go work’. Yes, but those who do not like to work themselves display the greatness of their talents in finding fault with those who do work, and a very clear perception they have of the mistakes and crotchets of the very best of workers, whose zeal and industry are alike unflagging. Howbeit the text does not say, ‘My son, go and criticise’; what it distinctly says is, ‘go work’.

    I remember that when Andrew Fuller had a very severe lecture from some Scottish Baptist brethren about the discipline of the church, he made the reply, ‘You say that your discipline is so much better than ours. Very well, but discipline is meant to make good soldiers. Now, my soldiers fight better than yours, and I think therefore that you ought not to say much about my discipline.’

    FOR MEDITATION: When Jesus said ‘go’, it was usually with some express activity in mind: go and learn (Matthew 9:13), go and preach (Matthew 10:7; Mark 16:15; Luke 9:60), go and show (Matthew 11:4; Luke 5:14; 17:14), go and tell (Matthew 18:15; 28:10; Mark 5:19; Luke 13:32), go and teach (Matthew 28:19), go and do (Luke 10:37), go and prepare (Luke 22:8), go and call (John 4:16), go and wash (John 9:7) and go and say (John 20:17). Inactivity is inconsistent with Christian life.


    C. H. Spurgeon and Terence Peter Crosby, 365 Days with Spurgeon (Volume 4), (Leominster, UK: Day One Publications, 2007), 342.
    27 NOVEMBER (UNDATED SERMON) Work for Jesus ‘Son, go work to-day in my vineyard.’ Matthew 21:28 SUGGESTED FURTHER READING: Titus 3:1–15 The text says, ‘go work’. That is something practical, something real. It does not say, ‘My son, go and think, speculate, make curious experiments, fetch out some new doctrines, and astonish all your fellow-creatures with whims and oddities of your own.’ ‘Son, go work.’ It does not say, ‘My son, go and attend conferences one after another all the year round and live in a perpetual maze of hearing different opinions and going from one public meeting and one religious engagement to another, and so feed yourself on the fat things full of marrow.’ All this is to be attended to in its proper proportion, but here it is ‘go work’. How many Christians there are that seem to read, ‘go plan’. They always figure in a way with some wonderful plan for the conversion of all the world, but they are never found labouring to convert a baby, never having a good word to say to the tiniest child in the Sunday-school. They are always scheming and yet never effecting anything. But the text says, ‘Son, go work’. Yes, but those who do not like to work themselves display the greatness of their talents in finding fault with those who do work, and a very clear perception they have of the mistakes and crotchets of the very best of workers, whose zeal and industry are alike unflagging. Howbeit the text does not say, ‘My son, go and criticise’; what it distinctly says is, ‘go work’. I remember that when Andrew Fuller had a very severe lecture from some Scottish Baptist brethren about the discipline of the church, he made the reply, ‘You say that your discipline is so much better than ours. Very well, but discipline is meant to make good soldiers. Now, my soldiers fight better than yours, and I think therefore that you ought not to say much about my discipline.’ FOR MEDITATION: When Jesus said ‘go’, it was usually with some express activity in mind: go and learn (Matthew 9:13), go and preach (Matthew 10:7; Mark 16:15; Luke 9:60), go and show (Matthew 11:4; Luke 5:14; 17:14), go and tell (Matthew 18:15; 28:10; Mark 5:19; Luke 13:32), go and teach (Matthew 28:19), go and do (Luke 10:37), go and prepare (Luke 22:8), go and call (John 4:16), go and wash (John 9:7) and go and say (John 20:17). Inactivity is inconsistent with Christian life. C. H. Spurgeon and Terence Peter Crosby, 365 Days with Spurgeon (Volume 4), (Leominster, UK: Day One Publications, 2007), 342.
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  • 24 NOVEMBER (UNDATED SERMON)

    For the sick and afflicted

    ‘Surely it is meet to be said unto God, I have borne chastisement, I will not offend any more: that which I see not teach thou me: if I have done iniquity, I will do no more.’ Job 34:31–32
    SUGGESTED FURTHER READING: Hebrews 12:1–4

    Do you find in the law that any sin is excused upon the ground that it is constitutional? Do you find anything in the example of Christ, or in the precepts of the gospel, to justify a man in saying, ‘I must be treated with indulgence, for my nature is so inclined to a certain sin that I cannot help yielding to it’? You must not talk such nonsense. Your first business is to conquer the sin you love best; against it all your efforts and all the grace you can get must be leveled. Jericho must be first besieged, for it is the strongest fort of the enemy, and until it is taken nothing can be done.

    I have generally noticed in conversion that the most complete change takes place in that very point in which the man was constitutionally most weak. God’s strength is made perfect in our weakness. ‘Well’, cries one, ‘suppose I have a besetting sin; how can I help it?’ I reply, if I knew that four fellows were going to beset me tonight on Clapham Common, I should take with me sufficient policemen to lock the fellows up. When a man knows that he has a besetting sin it is not for him to say, ‘It is a besetting sin and I cannot help it;’ he must, on the other hand, call for heavenly assistance against these besetments.

    If you have besetting sins and you know it, fight with them and overcome them by the blood of the Lamb. By faith in Jesus Christ besetting sins go to be led captive, and they must be led captive, for the child of God must overcome even to the end. We are to be ‘more than conquerors through him that loved us’. Let the love of God, then, lead you to search yourselves and say, ‘that which I see not teach thou me: if I have done iniquity, I will do no more.’

    FOR MEDITATION: The Christian’s attitude towards besetting sin should not be to continue in it (Romans 6:1–2), to be ruled by it (Romans 6:12–14), or to be a slave to it (Romans 6:16–17), but to lay it aside (Hebrews 12:1) and to strive against it (Hebrews 12:4).


    C. H. Spurgeon and Terence Peter Crosby, 365 Days with Spurgeon (Volume 4), (Leominster, UK: Day One Publications, 2007), 339.
    24 NOVEMBER (UNDATED SERMON) For the sick and afflicted ‘Surely it is meet to be said unto God, I have borne chastisement, I will not offend any more: that which I see not teach thou me: if I have done iniquity, I will do no more.’ Job 34:31–32 SUGGESTED FURTHER READING: Hebrews 12:1–4 Do you find in the law that any sin is excused upon the ground that it is constitutional? Do you find anything in the example of Christ, or in the precepts of the gospel, to justify a man in saying, ‘I must be treated with indulgence, for my nature is so inclined to a certain sin that I cannot help yielding to it’? You must not talk such nonsense. Your first business is to conquer the sin you love best; against it all your efforts and all the grace you can get must be leveled. Jericho must be first besieged, for it is the strongest fort of the enemy, and until it is taken nothing can be done. I have generally noticed in conversion that the most complete change takes place in that very point in which the man was constitutionally most weak. God’s strength is made perfect in our weakness. ‘Well’, cries one, ‘suppose I have a besetting sin; how can I help it?’ I reply, if I knew that four fellows were going to beset me tonight on Clapham Common, I should take with me sufficient policemen to lock the fellows up. When a man knows that he has a besetting sin it is not for him to say, ‘It is a besetting sin and I cannot help it;’ he must, on the other hand, call for heavenly assistance against these besetments. If you have besetting sins and you know it, fight with them and overcome them by the blood of the Lamb. By faith in Jesus Christ besetting sins go to be led captive, and they must be led captive, for the child of God must overcome even to the end. We are to be ‘more than conquerors through him that loved us’. Let the love of God, then, lead you to search yourselves and say, ‘that which I see not teach thou me: if I have done iniquity, I will do no more.’ FOR MEDITATION: The Christian’s attitude towards besetting sin should not be to continue in it (Romans 6:1–2), to be ruled by it (Romans 6:12–14), or to be a slave to it (Romans 6:16–17), but to lay it aside (Hebrews 12:1) and to strive against it (Hebrews 12:4). C. H. Spurgeon and Terence Peter Crosby, 365 Days with Spurgeon (Volume 4), (Leominster, UK: Day One Publications, 2007), 339.
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  • Reminder, on my Internet Radio Station #radioamericausa I also have 2 video sermons & 1 audio sermon for you to enjoy after or before watching Robert Scott Bell www.radioamericausa.com
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  • 21 NOVEMBER (UNDATED SERMON)

    The story of a runaway slave

    ‘Perhaps he therefore departed for a season, that thou shouldest receive him forever.’ Philemon 15
    SUGGESTED FURTHER READING: Colossians 3:18–4:1

    Rowland Hill used to say that he would not give a halfpenny for a man’s piety if his dog and his cat were not better off after he was converted. There was much weight in that remark. Everything in the house goes better when grace oils the wheels. The mistress is, perhaps, rather sharp and quick; well she gets a little sugar into her constitution when she receives the grace of God. The servant may be apt to loiter, be late up of a morning, very slovenly and fond of a gossip at the door, but, if she is truly converted, all that kind of thing ends. She is conscientious and attends to her duty as she ought. The master—well, he is the master, and you know it. But when he is a truly Christian man, he has a gentleness, a suavity, a considerateness about him. The husband is the head of the wife, but when renewed by grace he is not at all the head of the wife as some husbands are. The wife also keeps her place and seeks by all gentleness and wisdom to make the house as happy as she can.

    I do not believe in your religion, dear friend, if it belongs to the Tabernacle and the prayer-meeting, but not to your home. The best religion in the world is that which smiles at the table, works at the sewing machine, and is amiable in the drawing-room. Give me the religion which blacks boots and does them well, which cooks the food and cooks it so that it can be eaten, which measures out yards of cloth and does not make them half-an-inch short, and which sells a hundred yards of an article and does not label ninety a hundred, as many tradespeople do. That is the true Christianity which affects the whole of life. If we are truly Christians we shall be changed in all our relationships to our fellow men.

    FOR MEDITATION: It is right and proper that ‘all things be done decently and in order’ at church (1 Corinthians 14:40), but this should be equally true of the Christian’s life at home, whether as husband (Ephesians 5:25, 28, 33; 1 Peter 3:7), wife (Ephesians 5:22–24; Titus 2:4–5; 1 Peter 3:1–6), parent (Ephesians 6:4; Titus 2:4) or child (Ephesians 6:1–3; 1 Timothy 5:4).


    C. H. Spurgeon and Terence Peter Crosby, 365 Days with Spurgeon (Volume 4), (Leominster, UK: Day One Publications, 2007), 336.
    21 NOVEMBER (UNDATED SERMON) The story of a runaway slave ‘Perhaps he therefore departed for a season, that thou shouldest receive him forever.’ Philemon 15 SUGGESTED FURTHER READING: Colossians 3:18–4:1 Rowland Hill used to say that he would not give a halfpenny for a man’s piety if his dog and his cat were not better off after he was converted. There was much weight in that remark. Everything in the house goes better when grace oils the wheels. The mistress is, perhaps, rather sharp and quick; well she gets a little sugar into her constitution when she receives the grace of God. The servant may be apt to loiter, be late up of a morning, very slovenly and fond of a gossip at the door, but, if she is truly converted, all that kind of thing ends. She is conscientious and attends to her duty as she ought. The master—well, he is the master, and you know it. But when he is a truly Christian man, he has a gentleness, a suavity, a considerateness about him. The husband is the head of the wife, but when renewed by grace he is not at all the head of the wife as some husbands are. The wife also keeps her place and seeks by all gentleness and wisdom to make the house as happy as she can. I do not believe in your religion, dear friend, if it belongs to the Tabernacle and the prayer-meeting, but not to your home. The best religion in the world is that which smiles at the table, works at the sewing machine, and is amiable in the drawing-room. Give me the religion which blacks boots and does them well, which cooks the food and cooks it so that it can be eaten, which measures out yards of cloth and does not make them half-an-inch short, and which sells a hundred yards of an article and does not label ninety a hundred, as many tradespeople do. That is the true Christianity which affects the whole of life. If we are truly Christians we shall be changed in all our relationships to our fellow men. FOR MEDITATION: It is right and proper that ‘all things be done decently and in order’ at church (1 Corinthians 14:40), but this should be equally true of the Christian’s life at home, whether as husband (Ephesians 5:25, 28, 33; 1 Peter 3:7), wife (Ephesians 5:22–24; Titus 2:4–5; 1 Peter 3:1–6), parent (Ephesians 6:4; Titus 2:4) or child (Ephesians 6:1–3; 1 Timothy 5:4). C. H. Spurgeon and Terence Peter Crosby, 365 Days with Spurgeon (Volume 4), (Leominster, UK: Day One Publications, 2007), 336.
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    Sunday sermon

    1Corinthians 10:13 There hath no temptation taken you but such as is common to man: but God is faithful, who will not suffer you to be tempted above that ye are able; but will with the temptation also make a way to escape, that ye may be able to bear it.

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    .David and Bathsheba

    .The sin

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    .The prophets

    .Avoid materialism

    PAST POSTS- [Today I spoke on the bible chapters from Real Life church and Church Unlimited- below are my past teachings on those chapters. I also added links to my complete studies on those bible books- and other links that relate to the post- verses below]

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    SAMUEL 17- David goes down to the battle front and hears Goliath mocking God. The Philistines are confronting Israel and they have their champion giant [almost 10 feet tall! Like the Roman emperor Maximus, he was huge] Goliath. David hears the enemy challenge Israel day after day and he decides to take him on. Saul tells him ‘you can’t do this, you are too young and inexperienced, he is a man of war from his youth’! David insists that he is able, he killed a lion and bear while defending his fathers sheep, why not ‘this uncircumcised rascal’! Saul says ‘fine, hears my armor’. [some sites see here https://corpusoutreach.weebly.com/most-recent-posts/sunday-sermon6454042 ]David tries it on and realizes it’s not his style of armor. He goes back to the simplicity of a

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    Pastor Bryan Denlinger - #kjv #BibleStudy #Sermon - The Cowardly #Thief https://rumble.com/vpft7g-the-cowardly-thief.html
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    The Cowardly Thief
    What does the King James Bible say about thieves? How do you handle them, can they be saved and forgiven, what does a former thief need to do to make things right? All these questions will be answered
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