“The Never Haves” is broken into two parts. Foreknown first raps about things he’s had to suffer through in his life, a relatively common subject in rap. A lot of them are frustrating and unjust. Some of them he had a hand in; they were his own sins. But as that segment ends, we feel empathy for Foreknown, maybe even pity. “Poor Foreknown.” But then, in the infinitely more potent second verse, Foreknown describes the awful things the Christ had to suffer through. As he enumerates them over a simple, spaced-out beat, his voice increases in intensity, lifting your eyes to the cross with it.