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Familiar With Pain is a journey to explore the thoughts and themes chronologically from Palm Sunday up through the flogging of Christ that took place on that fateful Good Friday. The album explores each moment woven into the story of how He knew what was ahead of Him, yet still chose to go through with it, for us. This Good Friday release date brings with it the focus of the title, "Familiar With Pain", which is derived from the book of Isaiah referring to Jesus as a man of suffering and familiar with pain, a man who understands us. As we encounter the pain, the silence, the darkness, the suffering, and the weight of the world that surrounds us, we can endure it all because we remember that Christ endured the same for us.
Familiar With Pain is a journey to explore the thoughts and themes chronologically from Palm Sunday up through the flogging of Christ that took place on that fateful Good Friday. The album explores each moment woven into the story of how He knew what was ahead of Him, yet still chose to go through with it, for us. This Good Friday release date brings with it the focus of the title, "Familiar With Pain", which is derived from the book of Isaiah referring to Jesus as a man of suffering and familiar with pain, a man who understands us. As we encounter the pain, the silence, the darkness, the suffering, and the weight of the world that surrounds us, we can endure it all because we remember that Christ endured the same for us.
803847119610
Meadows - Familiar With Pain [Colored Vinyl] [Limited Edition] (Red)

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Format: Vinyl
Label: FACEDOWN
Rel. Date: 04/26/2024
UPC: 803847119610

Familiar With Pain [Colored Vinyl] [Limited Edition] (Red)
Artist: Meadows
Format: Vinyl
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Familiar With Pain is a journey to explore the thoughts and themes chronologically from Palm Sunday up through the flogging of Christ that took place on that fateful Good Friday. The album explores each moment woven into the story of how He knew what was ahead of Him, yet still chose to go through with it, for us. This Good Friday release date brings with it the focus of the title, "Familiar With Pain", which is derived from the book of Isaiah referring to Jesus as a man of suffering and familiar with pain, a man who understands us. As we encounter the pain, the silence, the darkness, the suffering, and the weight of the world that surrounds us, we can endure it all because we remember that Christ endured the same for us.
        
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