According to Isaiah, “all we like sheep have gone astray,” and as a result, we are full of transgression and iniquity. But all this is credited to the account the one who came to bear our sins. And yet, the suffering servant comes not only to take away our sin, but also to grant us his righteousness. Just as he was guiltless and was nevertheless condemned as a sinner, so too, we who are actually guilty will be justified and treated as if we had perfectly obeyed God’s holy law. Join us as the hosts conclude their four-part series on The Suffering Servant.