Justin Bieber shares “Jesus Calling” on his Instagram account.
Justin Bieber, the Canadian pop star, continues to publicize his Christian faith. He recently started to use social media to push his fans so that they read Jesus Calling, the Bible devotional song. It is about how one can worship God in an honest manner.
The singer put up a photo of Jesus Calling on his Instagram account. The devotional, written by Sarah Young, highlighted verses from 1 Corinthians and Psalms. This particular message asks the reader to worship God when one's mind is occupied by worries. If you indulge in worries, it can develop into idols. When it comes to anxiety, it has its own life, and has a parasitic presence in the mind. You can disassociate from this bondage through affirming your trust in the almighty and being refreshed in the presence of God. People cannot detect what happens in your mind, but God reads your thoughts always and searches for evidence of trust on God. The almighty rejoices when your mind is turned towards God. You should diligently guard thoughts to stay close to God. This philosophy was taken from Psalm 112.7 and 1 Corinthians 13.11.
The post, captioned “Happy Saturday,” has already garnered about 1.1 million likes. Thousands of comments were written, and many fans offered words of encouragement and prayers. One message informed Bieber that it is the exactly the kind of words the fan needed to hear. The fan thanked God and also Justin Bieber for spreading the message.
Bieber in recent months has become much more vocal when it came to his revitalized Christian faith. In an interview, he told a reporter that he has changed and has accepted the word of God. He continued on to say that his faith has got him to where he is right now. He mentioned his personal love for Jesus and how that was his salvation. Bieber said that he wanted to share when he went through and what he felt.
Carl Lentz, a NYC Pastor, in an interview narrated how Bieber dramatically converted from his old wild self to a much better new one. He said that Justin suddenly asked to know Jesus and requested to be baptized immediately.
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