Speaker: Lukus Counterman - Before we ever went, God called us to “Come.” Before we ever sought, God revealed himself and said, “Behold Me.” When the gulf between us and God was as far as the heavens from the earth, God displayed his love to span the distance. He sent his inspired and incarnate Word like rain to quench the thirst of our parched souls. In Isaiah 55:10-13 we find that God’s Word, like rain, will fulfill it’s purpose, fundamentally change us, and in the end bring Him glory. Even before we study the text together this morning, would you pray and ask God to cause hearts that are like the desert to bloom and souls that are like the barren heights to sprout. Would you pray and ask God to send His Word like rain.