Justin Bieber admits being spiritual

2013-04-14 18:21

Los Angeles - Justin Bieber is very spiritual.

The 19-year-old singer is deeply religious and maintains a close relationship with his pastor, Judah Smith of The City Church in Kirkland, Washington even when he is on the road touring.

Pastor Smith told E! News: ''Justin and I share Scriptures on a regular basis and communicate and I think you find a lot of comfort and clarity in the Scriptures.'' 

Justin previously said he believes God has a special mission for him on earth and he has found fame in order to help other people.

He said: ''I think that's part of the reason I'm here, not just because I'm talented, but because God had a purpose for me to just help people.

I haven't been to church in so long, and I planned on going, but I slept in.

"I was upset. It's all good. God forgives me.'' 

Justin also revealed he tries not to respond when people bash him.


He explained: ''My Twitter is really nice. I have so many fans that I rarely ever see a nasty tweet... I see so much stuff on the internet, sometimes I just want to go to Twitter and just go after people, but then I think twice: If someone if dissing me, I'm going to make this person way more famous by tweeting them.''

Comments

  • Adeline Groenewald - 2013-04-14 21:05

    Haaaa haaaaa haaaaa haaaaa......... Ooooo eh eh.

  • GB Garratt - 2013-04-15 04:23

    A total whack job parroting al the usual Xian marketing BS. "I was upset. It's all good. God forgives me.' It is so easy to a Christian. You can behave like a totally arrogant b@stard towards your fellow man and then just say, "Its ok, god forgives me". Christianity, in most of its many forms, is in fact a totally immoral dogma. The claim that one can behave like a total selfish and uncaring bastard towards your fellows during the week, go to church on Sunday, toss a sufficiency of money towards the preacherman and be absolved, and not have to take responsibility for, one's despicable behaviour is a totally immoral, disgusting and contemptible concept.

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