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    "Jesus loved the outcasts. He loves the ones the world just loves to hate." Relient K #Truth

  • Kameron.

    "Jesus loved the outcasts. He loves the ones the world just loves to hate." — Failure To Excommunicate, Relient K why cant we love like this??? Amen. For we, each and all with our sins, are the dearest beloved by the King ABOVE ALL KINGS, so why can we not love those who have never known love or known love little? AMen. for G-d sees us and our sins and loved us still. He saw our sins before He died, yet STILL He gave his life up for us. WOW. His grace is amazing. G-d just showed it2me

  • Julie Babcock

    "Jesus loved the outcasts. He loves the ones that others the world just loves to hate." Relient K Quote

  • Gillian Fitzpatrick

    "Jesus loved the outcasts. He loves the ones the world just loves to hate." so everybody pipe down about using christianity to be hateful.

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