Matthew 14:22-33 is an amazing passage…but what’s the point?
Jesus’ baptism is the moment in his life YOU desperately need, but don’t think enough about…it means at least three things.
A sermon preached on Matthew 2:1-12 by the Rev. Justin Clemente at New Creation Church (Anglican), Hagerstown, MD on January 5, 2020, Second Sunday of Christmastide. The High & the Low In Mary’s Magnificat, her song of praise to God, the Mother of our Lord famously says (or rather sings), “[The Lord] has brought down […]
“Joy” says Tim Keller, “is the thing everyone is after today, it’s our highest good and yet it has never been scarcer and no one can quite seem to figure out why.”
A sermon preached on Matthew 11:2-10 by the Rev. Justin Clemente at New Creation Church (Anglican), Hagerstown, MD on the third Sunday of Advent, 2019. Opening: The Unexpected Soloist “Imagine,” writes N.T. Wright, “that we are going to a huge concert hall, packed to the doors with eager and excited music-lovers. We all have our […]
Above all else, John the Baptist is the Advent Voice, calling to a renewed sense of repentance and readiness for the Savior’s appearing.
Our epistle reading for the first Sunday of Advent calls us to life lived in expectation of the world’s last night and Christ’s Second Coming.