(n) A proper name for God that is most commonly uttered by white college-aged evangelical Christians in parachurch organizations (such as InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Campus Crusade for Christ, and The Navigators) and mindless youth ministries during group prayer in a vain attempt to soften their language and hide their narcissism. It's origin is the collapse of the default prayer phrase "Lord, we just..." A phrase containing irony in that, while supposedly praying to God, one expresses what are more likely their own desires/opinions arrived at without thoughtful discernment.
When praying: "Lord Wejust want to thank you for being you. Lord Wejust want to praise you. Lord Wejust want you to call down your heavenly fire on those unbelievers/Iraqis/pro-choicers/homosexuals because of the truth of your Name."
"Lord Wejust thank you that we are not like other people: thieves, rogues, adulterers, or even like this tax collector. We fast twice a week; We give a tenth of all our income." (See Luke 18:11-12)
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