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Sermons from Church of the Resurrection, on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. We are a Gospel-centered Anglican church family serving the city of Washington, DC, see rezchurch.org for more information.

Latest Episodes

From Blindness to Sight

Our current sermon series on 2 Kings is entitled Jesus and the End of Israel. Last Sunday, Elisha prayed for God to open the eyes of his servant, so that he might go “from Blindness to Sight" (2 Kings 6:8-23). This coming Sunday, four of the most...

24 MIN3 days ago
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From Blindness to Sight

From the Lord to Leprosy

Last Sunday, Naaman the Aramean took a journey “from Leprosy to the Lord" (2 Kings 5:1-19). This Sunday, Elisha’s servant Gehazi takes the opposite journey, "from the Lord to Leprosy" (2 Kings 5:15-27). It’s a cautionary tale about how...

18 MIN1 weeks ago
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From the Lord to Leprosy

From Leprosy to the Lord. - Jesus and the Resurrection of Israel

Consider 2 Kings 5. At the outset there are clearly heroes and villains, and it’s easy to sort between them. But by the end of the story, every character will have surprised us, many will have swapped places, and the most unlikely person of all...

27 MIN2 weeks ago
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From Leprosy to the Lord. - Jesus and the Resurrection of Israel

From Slavery to Salvation - Jesus and the Resurrection of Israel

Message from Shawn Honey on 2019-09-15

14 MINSEP 16
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From Slavery to Salvation - Jesus and the Resurrection of Israel

From Forgetfulness to Forgiveness - Jesus and the Resurrection of Israel

Manasseh means “forgetfulness,” and under his reign Judah forgot the Lord. The New Covenant promises God’s forgetfulness of our sins, and our memory of his Word. In his death, Jesus remembers us and delivers us to God.

25 MINSEP 9
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From Forgetfulness to Forgiveness - Jesus and the Resurrection of Israel

The End of Israel - Jesus and the Resurrection of Israel

God's intended end for Israel was to be a light to the world. Instead, they ended in exile. Jesus, God's True Son and the True Israel, came through the water and wilderness to a people living in darkness, announcing the restoration of God’s...

21 MINSEP 2
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The End of Israel - Jesus and the Resurrection of Israel

Purity, Patience, and Providence

Message from Matt Wilcoxen on 2019-08-25

16 MINAUG 26
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Purity, Patience, and Providence

One Catholic Church - One, Holy, Catholic & Apostolic: The Four Marks of the Church

Message from Dan Claire on 2019-08-18

29 MINAUG 19
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One Catholic Church - One, Holy, Catholic & Apostolic: The Four Marks of the Church

One Holy Church - One, Holy, Catholic & Apostolic: The Four Marks of the Church

Message from Dan Claire on 2019-08-11

26 MINAUG 12
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One Holy Church - One, Holy, Catholic & Apostolic: The Four Marks of the Church

One Apostolic Church - One, Holy, Catholic & Apostolic: The Four Marks of the Church

Message from Dan Claire on 2019-08-04

-1 sAUG 5
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One Apostolic Church - One, Holy, Catholic & Apostolic: The Four Marks of the Church

Latest Episodes

From Blindness to Sight

Our current sermon series on 2 Kings is entitled Jesus and the End of Israel. Last Sunday, Elisha prayed for God to open the eyes of his servant, so that he might go “from Blindness to Sight" (2 Kings 6:8-23). This coming Sunday, four of the most...

24 MIN3 days ago
Comments
From Blindness to Sight

From the Lord to Leprosy

Last Sunday, Naaman the Aramean took a journey “from Leprosy to the Lord" (2 Kings 5:1-19). This Sunday, Elisha’s servant Gehazi takes the opposite journey, "from the Lord to Leprosy" (2 Kings 5:15-27). It’s a cautionary tale about how...

18 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
From the Lord to Leprosy

From Leprosy to the Lord. - Jesus and the Resurrection of Israel

Consider 2 Kings 5. At the outset there are clearly heroes and villains, and it’s easy to sort between them. But by the end of the story, every character will have surprised us, many will have swapped places, and the most unlikely person of all...

27 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
From Leprosy to the Lord. - Jesus and the Resurrection of Israel

From Slavery to Salvation - Jesus and the Resurrection of Israel

Message from Shawn Honey on 2019-09-15

14 MINSEP 16
Comments
From Slavery to Salvation - Jesus and the Resurrection of Israel

From Forgetfulness to Forgiveness - Jesus and the Resurrection of Israel

Manasseh means “forgetfulness,” and under his reign Judah forgot the Lord. The New Covenant promises God’s forgetfulness of our sins, and our memory of his Word. In his death, Jesus remembers us and delivers us to God.

25 MINSEP 9
Comments
From Forgetfulness to Forgiveness - Jesus and the Resurrection of Israel

The End of Israel - Jesus and the Resurrection of Israel

God's intended end for Israel was to be a light to the world. Instead, they ended in exile. Jesus, God's True Son and the True Israel, came through the water and wilderness to a people living in darkness, announcing the restoration of God’s...

21 MINSEP 2
Comments
The End of Israel - Jesus and the Resurrection of Israel

Purity, Patience, and Providence

Message from Matt Wilcoxen on 2019-08-25

16 MINAUG 26
Comments
Purity, Patience, and Providence

One Catholic Church - One, Holy, Catholic & Apostolic: The Four Marks of the Church

Message from Dan Claire on 2019-08-18

29 MINAUG 19
Comments
One Catholic Church - One, Holy, Catholic & Apostolic: The Four Marks of the Church

One Holy Church - One, Holy, Catholic & Apostolic: The Four Marks of the Church

Message from Dan Claire on 2019-08-11

26 MINAUG 12
Comments
One Holy Church - One, Holy, Catholic & Apostolic: The Four Marks of the Church

One Apostolic Church - One, Holy, Catholic & Apostolic: The Four Marks of the Church

Message from Dan Claire on 2019-08-04

-1 sAUG 5
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One Apostolic Church - One, Holy, Catholic & Apostolic: The Four Marks of the Church