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I think the inspiration is a combination of the book Lamentations (which I am currently studying) and Dantes Divine Comedy, Hell..thanks Mark…but no sorrow is complete unless there is hope. When Jeremiah looked at the aftermath of Jerusalem’s judgment, he wrote through aspects of sorrow, or lament in an epic manner. Lamentations makes statements that need revisiting in the Christian church. The great men of scripture praised when suffering.

lamentation

hallelujah
hallelujah
hallelujah
hallelujah

i sigh
i cry
praise my Lord
on most high
i sigh
i cry
praise my Lord
on most high

hallelujah
hallelujah
hallelujah
hallelujah

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