Originally published in Faithwire
Pop star Justin Bieber is once again speaking out about Jesus, with the singer posting a photo on Instagram of a message that he recently wrote on a white board — a proclamation that encourages his fans to turn to God in their times of need.
“Do you feel you have [exhausted] all options? Do you feel helpless? Do you feel like you’re never good enough?” the message reads. “What if I told you that there’s a God that’s willing to meet you wherever you’re at? What if I told you he could take away your pain, shame, [guilt] and fears.”
Bieber concluded the written message with the hashtag #Jesus. And the singer wrote in his Instagram description: “Jesus is changing me from the inside out everyday!”
This is hardly the first time Bieber has spoken out about his Christian faith. This past summer, the singer used some of his down time to worship Jesus just weeks after abruptly cancelling the remaining dates of his world tour.
Bieber posted a short Instagram video back in August that showed him among a group of people singing and dancing to what appears to be Christian worship music. The caption reads, “Nothing more fun/cool than praising our God.”
And just a few months earlier in June, Bieber had tears in his eyes as he delivered a powerful message about God at One Love Manchester, a star-studded event held to remember and raise funds for the victims of the May 22 terror attack that unfolded at singer Ariana Grande’s concert.
Bieber encouraged the audience to chant “love” and delivered an encouraging message about hope and holding on to one’s faith in the midst of difficulties and pain.
“I’m not going to let go of hope. I’m not going to let go of love. I’m not going to let go of God. Put your hand up if you’re not going to let go,” he said. “God is good in the midst of the darkness. God is good in the midst of the evil. God is in the midst, no matter what’s happening in the world, God is in the midst and he loves you and he’s here for you.”
You can read plenty more about Bieber’s faith proclamations here.