Sorrow

  • Lead singer Lacey Mosley from an interview with Christian Music Planet: "One of the ones I think is important to play is 'Sorrow.' That's because in our day and age, there is such a huge number of people who deal with depression, or know someone who deals with depression. In the Bible, it says, 'Jesus was a man of sorrow.' On the secular side, there are people who deal with depression because they feel empty. On the Christian side, there are people who deal with depression because they feel alone with their Christianity or because they mess up. That's the spirit we're combating when we play it. The promise in the end is, 'Joy will come.'" >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Tim - PGH, PA

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  • Kevon from Philadelphia, Paso joy will come is hat she screams at the end of this song
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