- Justin Bieber taught his followers about the love of God and reminded them that the almighty would never judge them
- He pointed out that for a while now, he has been a Jesus guy and that has filled his life with peace
- Justin, however, distanced himself from the church as he stated most of them were hateful and pretentious
Remember the Sunday school rhyme "I want to be like Jesus deep down in my heart?" Justin Bieber is trying to live by its words.
The US celebrity who surrendered to Christ's teachings back in 2019 said he hopes to live and love just like the Messiah.
According to the Stuck With You singer, he tries not to be roped into religion.
The 27-year-old pointed out that a lot of churches are judgmental, pretentious and hateful - characteristics he strongly abhors.
"As all of you know by now I am a Jesus guy. What you may not know is that I am not a religious man," the husband wrote.
Justin added that he wants no part in people who hide their evilness behind the cloak of Christianity.
"What I do want is to love and look like Jesus and point people to his miraculous healing power," the musician added.
The Yummy hitmaker unveiled an app that would direct people to God's teachings and remind them of the saviour's goodness.
In a previous Instagram pot spotted by Briefly.co.za the celebrity said ego and power got the best of him and ruined his life as far as the most important relationships in his life are concerned.
While this was his weakness and a very difficult place to get out of, he did not let it swallow him a whole as he is now out trying to do everything right.
The star in his recent post disclosed he decided to drop his ego and all the bad vices he had so as to be close and walk with God.
''My values slowly started to change. Ego and power started to take over and my relationships suffered because of it,'' he narrated.
Jutin said he needs strength as he embarks on his new journey of mending and maintaining his relationships, including with his bae Hailey Baldwin.
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