I Can Only Imagine Quotes by Bart Millard
I Can Only Imagine (Original Movie Soundtrack)
I Can Only Imagine
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The lyrics transport the listener to the feet of Jesus at the gates of heaven, presenting a question that many might not yet have pondered. What will it be like the first time we see His face? The anticipation of that moment is overwhelming and with his song, Millard managed to put that beautiful anticipation into words. Michael Finley, this film delivers a profound and extraordinary journey from pain to healing—from brokenness to redemption. As a young boy, Bart Millard played by J.
Contemporary faith-based films are usually content to sequester themselves with an audience of true believers, never making much of an attempt to integrate into mainstream movie genres. I Can Only Imagine is not exactly an exception, but it does attempt to engage with less churchy music biographies in one way. Instead, the non-frontman members of the band barely register as characters, and the movie is essentially an origin story for the song that shares its title, composed by singer Bart Millard J. Michael Finley. Is there even another kind of music, anyway? For a few minutes of I Can Only Imagine , there is.