CC Antya 4.182

āmā-saba adhame ye kariyācha aṅgīkāra
dīna-dayālu-guṇa tomāra tāhāte pracāra”
Synonyms: 
āmā-saba — all of us; adhame — most fallen; ye — that; kariyācha — You have done; aṅgīkāra — acceptance; dīna-dayālu — merciful unto the fallen souls; guṇa — attribute; tomāra — of You; tāhāte — in that; pracāra — proclaiming.
Translation: 
“My Lord, we are all fallen, but You have accepted us due to Your attribute of being merciful to the fallen. This is well known all over the world.”