Justin Bieber is getting even more attention these days and it is not for what you think. He reportedly surprised fans and critics alike when he invited a journalist to church with him.
More proof that singer has accepted Christ
Justin Bieber keeps showing the world that he is changing for the better.
The 21-year-old pop star has been turning his life around and focusing on his faith. His mother made it known a while back that Justin was raised Christian and it seems the famous singer is now attempting to return to the Lord.
Justin Bieber, while being interviewed by Chris Martins of Billboard magazine said, "Enough with the Justin Bieber Show. I want to veer away from the self-centered attitude. I’m just focused on the" people who have been there since the start, on people who are taking the journey now. I want them to feel like we’re doing this together."
Martins went on to reveal that after spending some time with him, the singer invited him to attend church service where Pastor Judah Smith, who also happens to be Bieber's long-time friend, was preaching.
Smith, during his preaching, reiterated on the need for everyone to have Jesus in their lives.
“He's the relationship and the friendship you've been craving your whole life. If you believe that with all of your heart, every ounce of your being, I'm going to count to three, and then I'm going to ask you to lift up your hand."
According to the reporter, Bieber had his eyes closed during the sermon and when it was over, he put his arms around Smith as they swayed to the closing song, "How He Loves."
During the interview, he expressed to Martins that sometimes he still struggles to find his way.
“It might seem awesome from the outside, but I’m struggling. Certain things broke my trust with people. Situations happen that taint your mind. I started going through the motions. I felt like people were judging me all the time. I came out alive. I came out swinging. But I was close to letting [fame] completely destroy me.”
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