Justice (Steve Camp album)

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Studio album by Steve Camp
Released 1988
Recorded 1988
Genre Contemporary Christian music, rock
Label Sparrow
Producer Steve Camp, John Rosasco
Steve Camp chronology
After God's Own Heart
(1987)After God's Own Heart1987
Compact Favorites
(1988)Compact Favorites1988
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

Justice is a Contemporary Christian Music album by Steve Camp and was released by Sparrow Records near the end of 1988.[2] Camp had begun to put more emphasis publicly on issues not normally addressed in evangelical Christian circles. This album is best known for featuring his version of the song "Do You Feel Their Pain", which featured him singing alongside BeBe Winans, the provocatively titled "Don't Tell Them Jesus Loves Them" ("...till you're ready to love them too..."), and Larry Norman's "Great American Novel".

Track listing[edit]

All tracks by Steve Camp and Rob Frazier except were noted

  1. "Justice"
  2. "Playing Marbles with Diamonds"
  3. "Don't Tell Them Jesus Loves Them"
  4. "Living Dangerously in the Hands of God"
  5. "Do You Feel Their Pain?" (Camp, Steve / Frazier, Rob / Maxfield-Camp, Kim / McHugh, Phil)
  6. "Hell is Burning While the Church Sleeps"
  7. "Great American Novel" (Norman, Larry)
  8. "Servants without Scars"
  9. "Love That Will Not Let Me Go"
  10. "I Believe in You"


  • The song "Don't Tell Them Jesus Loves Them" was used near the end of the 1990 film, Geronimo.


  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Christian Music Archive, Justice