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John D Telgren

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John D Telgren

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This podcast has sermons I have preached over the years.

Latest Episodes

Sermon: Grumbling vs. Gratitude (Thanksgiving Day Reflections)

(1 Thess 5:18) Thanksgiving is not just a holiday, but a disposition that we should have that is directed especially toward God, because the opposite, grumbling and complaining, tears down and will destroy. However, a disposition of gratitude builds ourselves and others up and acts as a shield against discouragement, bitterness, and grumbling. So, we need to develop a heart of gratitude by doing such things as enumerating specific blessings and specifically giving thanks to God rather than just being thankful, and giving generously in order to share the blessing of God with others.

38 MIN2013 DEC 3
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Sermon: Grumbling vs. Gratitude (Thanksgiving Day Reflections)

Sermon: How to Remember Who You Are

(Ex 11-13) God has given us various physical things, such as ritual, tradition, and liturgy, in order to vividly remember and pass on the meaning of our identity and heritage as the redeemed people of God. For the Israelites, this was the Passover and Exodus. But for us as Christians, it is the Lord's Supper and the freedom from bondage to sin through Christ's death, burial, and resurrection.

41 MIN2013 DEC 3
Comments
Sermon: How to Remember Who You Are

Sermon: Whom Do You Trust?

(Ex 4-12) God works all things together for his redemptive purposes, which involves demonstrating the futility of trusting in what is not god so that we can know him, the only true God, and build our life on him and his promises, which are trustworthy.

37 MIN2013 DEC 3
Comments
Sermon: Whom Do You Trust?

Sermon: When God Calls

(Ex 3-4) God calls each of us to serve his purposes, which means there are no excuses to not do so. Whether we, like Moses, think we are of no account, or that we really don't know what to say, or that we may not produce results of we try, or that we do not have the skill or the ability, what matters in the end is that we are faithful to God because he provides what we need to serve him.

32 MIN2013 DEC 3
Comments
Sermon: When God Calls

Sermon: Reflections from the Sermon on the Mount

(Mt 7:21-27; 5:3-16)The Sermon on the Mount is a model for our attitudes and actions as Christians. It shows us that the Christian life is not merely about doing good works, but about doing the will of God, and that God expects us to do great things in the world.

24 MIN2013 DEC 3
Comments
Sermon: Reflections from the Sermon on the Mount

Sermon: The Lord's Photojournalism (Pictures of Hell)

A picture is worth a thousand words. The Bible gives several pictures of Hell which indicates that Hell is endless emotional, physical, relational, and spiritual anguish that comes from being eternally cast away from the presence of the Lord. But God has provided a way of escape at great cost through the Gospel, the death and resurrection of his son for our sins. If we believe and accept him as our crucified and risen Lord and savior, we can be saved.

34 MIN2013 DEC 3
Comments
Sermon: The Lord's Photojournalism (Pictures of Hell)

Sermon: Make the Most of Opportunities

(Mt 25:14-30)Our Lord will return to settle accounts, so we need to be ready by understanding God's will for us in regard to the precious gifts and resources he has entrusted to us. They are not to simply be guarded, but put to use so that we can be productive for God, which will involve taking risks, but the reward far outweighs the risks.

31 MIN2013 DEC 3
Comments
Sermon: Make the Most of Opportunities

Sermon: Make the Most of Rest

(Ex 31:12-17; Dt 5:12-15; Mt 11:28-30) The biblical instructions concerning Sabbath are instructive because it is rooted in God's creative work followed by the blessing of rest. Even though Sabbath days are not directly applicable to Christians, the need for physical and spiritual rest remains so that we can recharge outwardly and inwardly, reflecting on the meaning of our work, the freedom to do so, and strengthen our relationship with God.

29 MIN2013 DEC 3
Comments
Sermon: Make the Most of Rest

Sermon: Make the Most of Bread and Water: Of Seawater and Twinkies

(Jn 4:7-38; 6:26-35) Jesus can identify the source of our true hunger and only he can fulfill in permanently when we come to him and build our lives around him according to his purposes rather than our own.

40 MIN2013 DEC 3
Comments
Sermon: Make the Most of Bread and Water: Of Seawater and Twinkies

Sermon: Make the Most of Your Family

(Deut 6:1-9) As parents, we have the responsibility of godly guidance and leadership to our children. For this to happen, we need to be an authentic and honest Christian who owns up to struggles while loving God. We can then more effectively pass on the faith through being with, discussing, and setting reasonable boundaries with our children so that they can grow and eventually own their faith and pass it on to their children.

26 MIN2013 DEC 3
Comments
Sermon: Make the Most of Your Family

Latest Episodes

Sermon: Grumbling vs. Gratitude (Thanksgiving Day Reflections)

(1 Thess 5:18) Thanksgiving is not just a holiday, but a disposition that we should have that is directed especially toward God, because the opposite, grumbling and complaining, tears down and will destroy. However, a disposition of gratitude builds ourselves and others up and acts as a shield against discouragement, bitterness, and grumbling. So, we need to develop a heart of gratitude by doing such things as enumerating specific blessings and specifically giving thanks to God rather than just being thankful, and giving generously in order to share the blessing of God with others.

38 MIN2013 DEC 3
Comments
Sermon: Grumbling vs. Gratitude (Thanksgiving Day Reflections)

Sermon: How to Remember Who You Are

(Ex 11-13) God has given us various physical things, such as ritual, tradition, and liturgy, in order to vividly remember and pass on the meaning of our identity and heritage as the redeemed people of God. For the Israelites, this was the Passover and Exodus. But for us as Christians, it is the Lord's Supper and the freedom from bondage to sin through Christ's death, burial, and resurrection.

41 MIN2013 DEC 3
Comments
Sermon: How to Remember Who You Are

Sermon: Whom Do You Trust?

(Ex 4-12) God works all things together for his redemptive purposes, which involves demonstrating the futility of trusting in what is not god so that we can know him, the only true God, and build our life on him and his promises, which are trustworthy.

37 MIN2013 DEC 3
Comments
Sermon: Whom Do You Trust?

Sermon: When God Calls

(Ex 3-4) God calls each of us to serve his purposes, which means there are no excuses to not do so. Whether we, like Moses, think we are of no account, or that we really don't know what to say, or that we may not produce results of we try, or that we do not have the skill or the ability, what matters in the end is that we are faithful to God because he provides what we need to serve him.

32 MIN2013 DEC 3
Comments
Sermon: When God Calls

Sermon: Reflections from the Sermon on the Mount

(Mt 7:21-27; 5:3-16)The Sermon on the Mount is a model for our attitudes and actions as Christians. It shows us that the Christian life is not merely about doing good works, but about doing the will of God, and that God expects us to do great things in the world.

24 MIN2013 DEC 3
Comments
Sermon: Reflections from the Sermon on the Mount

Sermon: The Lord's Photojournalism (Pictures of Hell)

A picture is worth a thousand words. The Bible gives several pictures of Hell which indicates that Hell is endless emotional, physical, relational, and spiritual anguish that comes from being eternally cast away from the presence of the Lord. But God has provided a way of escape at great cost through the Gospel, the death and resurrection of his son for our sins. If we believe and accept him as our crucified and risen Lord and savior, we can be saved.

34 MIN2013 DEC 3
Comments
Sermon: The Lord's Photojournalism (Pictures of Hell)

Sermon: Make the Most of Opportunities

(Mt 25:14-30)Our Lord will return to settle accounts, so we need to be ready by understanding God's will for us in regard to the precious gifts and resources he has entrusted to us. They are not to simply be guarded, but put to use so that we can be productive for God, which will involve taking risks, but the reward far outweighs the risks.

31 MIN2013 DEC 3
Comments
Sermon: Make the Most of Opportunities

Sermon: Make the Most of Rest

(Ex 31:12-17; Dt 5:12-15; Mt 11:28-30) The biblical instructions concerning Sabbath are instructive because it is rooted in God's creative work followed by the blessing of rest. Even though Sabbath days are not directly applicable to Christians, the need for physical and spiritual rest remains so that we can recharge outwardly and inwardly, reflecting on the meaning of our work, the freedom to do so, and strengthen our relationship with God.

29 MIN2013 DEC 3
Comments
Sermon: Make the Most of Rest

Sermon: Make the Most of Bread and Water: Of Seawater and Twinkies

(Jn 4:7-38; 6:26-35) Jesus can identify the source of our true hunger and only he can fulfill in permanently when we come to him and build our lives around him according to his purposes rather than our own.

40 MIN2013 DEC 3
Comments
Sermon: Make the Most of Bread and Water: Of Seawater and Twinkies

Sermon: Make the Most of Your Family

(Deut 6:1-9) As parents, we have the responsibility of godly guidance and leadership to our children. For this to happen, we need to be an authentic and honest Christian who owns up to struggles while loving God. We can then more effectively pass on the faith through being with, discussing, and setting reasonable boundaries with our children so that they can grow and eventually own their faith and pass it on to their children.

26 MIN2013 DEC 3
Comments
Sermon: Make the Most of Your Family
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