Hsiang Ling opens up Jesus’ parable from Luke 17 of ‘The Richman and Lazarus’ in technicolour detail. She breaks through any assumed familiarity we may have about this to show how the human heart is rightly judged and draws us to reconsider the glories of God’s grace in Christ that lead to heaven.
Hsiang Ling digs into Luke 6:27-36 and explores the challenging teaching of Jesus about loving those who do not love us and returning good for evil. Is this simply about allowing people to walk over us or does Jesus model something else?
Following messages about David’s lessons in worship we come to his big lesson concerning sin. Hsiang-Ling opens the passage and allows us to now learn from David’s experience to appreciate the power of sin and redemption’s breadth.