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Justin Bieber Shares His Heart While Leading Worship At Church

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Justin Bieber Shares His Heart While Leading Worship At Church

In the past  we’ve seen Justin Bieber performing secular music onstage. Who would have thought that he would be leading a worship in a church in service?

For the past eight years, Justin Bieber has been attending Churchome under Pastor Judah Smith’s leadership. He has been helping with the worship,  but this time he took a huge step and is fully using his talent for God. Amazingly, Justin led the worship at Churchome.

Justin Bieber Leading Worship

He sang a powerful rendition of “Reckless Love.” The lyric say, “Oh, the overwhelming, never-ending, reckless love of God. Oh, it chases me down, fights ’til I’m found … I couldn’t earn it, and I don’t deserve it. Still, You give Yourself away. Oh, the overwhelming, never-ending, reckless love of God.”

Justin also sang “Good Good Father”, “Sinking Deep”, and “Never Would Have Made It.”

During the service, Justin expressed his gratitude for Pastor Judah. He exhorted the church while leading the worship. He said, “there is power in your weakness and being vulnerable.”

Evidently, Justin become overwhelmed in gratitude for God that he ran out of words in front of the congregation. He went back into worship and encouraged everyone. “Take it. Vibe. Be in your own zone (with God) and vibe,” he said. And he sang, “Without You I would have never made it!” to Jesus.

Pastor Judah was brought to tears seeing Justin leading on stage. He was so proud, “Justin you are a miracle! You never would have made it without Jesus!”

Hailey Bieber, Justin’s wife, was also present during the service.

Isaiah 25:1 says, “Lord, you are my God; I will exalt you and praise your name, for in perfect faithfulness you have done wonderful things, things planned long ago.”

But indeed, Justin is on the path God has purposed for him!

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