Justin Bieber Tells Fans Jesus Can ‘Take Away Your Pain, Shame, Guilt and Fears’

By Nancy Flory Published on December 19, 2017

Once again, pop star Justin Bieber is talking about Jesus. Earlier this week, Bieber posted an inspirational message to his fans on Instagram.

Using a whiteboard, Bieber wrote “Do you feel you have [exhausted] all options? Do you feel helpless? Do you feel like you’re never good enough? What if I told you that there’s a god that’s willing to meet you WHEREVER you’re at! What if I told you he could take away your pain, shame, [guilt], and fears #Jesus.” He wrote in his caption that “Jesus is changing me from the inside out everyday!”

Justin Bieber has grown very vocal about his faith. In August, Bieber posted an Instagram video of himself and others singing and dancing along to Christian music. He wrote in the caption that there is “Nothing more fun/cool than praising our God.”

Nothing more fun/cool than praising our God

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Bieber is known to spend time with pastors like Judah Smith, Chad Veach and Carl Lentz, the senior pastor of Hillsong Church in New York City. In fact, tabloids report Justin and Selena Gomez jetted to Seattle last weekend to hear Smith preach. The reunited couple has been spotted several times in recent weeks attending church together. 

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  • m-nj

    Hoping for the best, but a man is known by the company he keeps… his “mentors” have much to be desired.

  • Royce E. Van Blaricome

    This is praising God? I can’t understand a thing they’re saying but it surely does look more like worldliness to me that worshiping and praising God.

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