Speaker: Lukus Counterman - In his saving work, the Servant of Isaiah 53 has done everything. He has removed transgression, established righteousness, and created a family of redeemed sinners – all this by his death, burial, and resurrection. This good news, this Gospel, is worth savoring. But how do we do that? How do we revel in another’s success or take joy in another’s accomplishments? Isaiah 54 unfolds our necessary response to the Savior’s work. It describes how we must react to the supreme worth of the Gospel. We must respond with joy, expectation, and confidence. We must sing for joy because the Lord will miraculously transform our bleak situation into one of bounty. We must respond with expectation because the Lord will sovereignly increase his people. And we must respond with confidence because the Lord will lovingly rescue us from the past and provide for our future. So, how do we savor the supreme worth of the Gospel? How do we react to the saving work of the Servant? We live with joy, expectation and confidence based on the One who makes those things possible.