Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of outlove.

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Examples

  • We need to proclaim with our lives that we aren’t here just to be served or to take up space; we’re here to make a difference for Christ by outloving the world.

    They Call Me Dad

  • If the sons choose to receive their father’s love, their capacity to love will grow and become the basis for outloving their world.

    They Call Me Dad

  • If the sons choose to receive their father’s love, their capacity to love will grow and become the basis for outloving their world.

    They Call Me Dad

  • We need to proclaim with our lives that we aren’t here just to be served or to take up space; we’re here to make a difference for Christ by outloving the world.

    They Call Me Dad

  • We need to proclaim with our lives that we aren’t here just to be served or to take up space; we’re here to make a difference for Christ by outloving the world.

    They Call Me Dad

  • If the sons choose to receive their father’s love, their capacity to love will grow and become the basis for outloving their world.

    They Call Me Dad

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