God Takes Over Twitter With Love

Mixed emotions hit Twitter on Wednesday as the trending topic “God loves you” took over the social network.

With singer Trey Songz embracing the trend, many Re-tweeted and put tweets with their own interpretations of the phrase.

One Twitter user seemed in awe of the topic becoming a trend worldwide.

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"Wow so profound that God loves you is trending. Many do not believe in him, but he believes in you,” the person wrote.

Another said the popularity of the topic proved that people were leaning more on faith.

"I love that God loves you is trending,” the person tweeted. “Finally some people's priorities are straight."

While many seemed happy about the topic, some questioned why God’s love was so popular on a social networking website that is known for celebrity and controversial trends.

“God loves you is trending worldwide,” one person asked. “Did Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber or someone say that at an award show or something?"

Others did not understand why the topic was so meaningful to those on the social network.

“God loves you is trending,” another person question. “Why are people so sure of this?"

While some took the time to question the trend, others used it as encouragement. Troy Davis, due to be executed on Wednesday, was the focus of some people’s interpretation of the trend.

“Troy Davis…God loves you,” the person Tweeted. “Give your life to him now please."

Although he did not take part in the trend, former NFL football player Deion Sanders took time to show his love for God on Twitter after being granted permission to open up a charter school in Texas.

“I'm truly in tears right now tweeting this,” Sanders Tweeted at the time of the Twitter trend. “The enemy tried to kill me but (we’re) still standing and blessing these kids! God is so Good!"

While a number of people took part in the trend on Wednesday, one user made sure to remind users of the social network to maintain the mind state off of Twitter.

“Even when its not a trending topic, know that God still loves you," the person tweeted.

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