Singer Justin Bieber Now Turn’ Born Again’ As He Preaches About Jesus To Crew
These days so many celebrities, Justin Bieber not left out, are turning to become ‘born again’. A few days ago it was former Big Brother season 18 housemate, Paulie Calafiore confessing how he has found inner peace after embracing Christ.
The 27-year-old reality star in an interview with The Actor’s Audience said he now has a strong relationship with God, something he didn’t have before he signed on to the reality TV show.
His words ‘It’s crazy to say, but I found a better relationship with God, I don’t want to get all cheesy and all that but I didn’t really have a relationship with God prior to going into the house, I didn’t really have a set mindset on religion…I’m still very loose on it, it’s not very strict”.
He continued “I just feel like it’s helped me kind of open my heart and my spirit, too. Whereas before the house, I was focused on making money, making money, making money, and growing and influencing people, but the money was the motive. And since finding that I’ve found.
Today again, Justin Bieber who was said to have embraced religion a couple of years ago because he did not want to go off the rails like other celebrities, is putting his religion to practice by talking about Jesus to his crew members while on tour.
Remember that earlier this year, Justin revealed that he wanted to live like Jesus and from what we gathered now he is reportedly encouraging his opening acts to do same.
According to The Sun newspaper report, Justine Bieber’s life has now changed for better since he found God.
“Backstage on his Purpose tour, Justin has been sitting down with his opening acts and encouraging them to put Christ before everything. His aim is to convert the people he loves and warn other stars against the evils of the industry”.
Justin Bieber, who has tattooed on his back the Bible verse ‘your word is a lamp for my feet, a light on my path’, has revealed how surprised people are as regards him being vocal about his religion.
“I think that people, as soon as they start hearing me saying I’m a Christian, they’re like, ‘Whoa, Justin! Back up, take a step back!”