The 24-year-old Canadian singer did the same by singing ‘’Reckless Love’’, a worship song on his Instagram account last night.
Justin Bieber mesmerized his nearly 1-billion fan-following on Monday night by singing a heart-touching rendition of “Reckless Love”, a song which is full of praise for the Almighty.
“Oh, the overwhelming, never ending reckless love of God. Oh, it chases me down, fights till I’m found, leaves the 99…There’s no shadow you won’t light up, mountain you won’t climb up, running after me,” Bieber sang with the full flow of his voice.
The song was originally written by Corey Asbury for Bethel Music, which is an American worship group operating out of Redding, California. The group’s main focus is on churning out worship albums and songs for their conservative fan base.
However, and with no disrespect intended to Bethel Music, the song reached new heights of fame on Monday night after its rendition by Justin Bieber. Still, credit has to be given to the songwriter, as it was the pull of the worship song which forced Bieber to forego his pop tunes for a moment of belief in god.
Bieber going after worship songs is the latest example of a singer who is using his large social media presence into a pulpit. And if sources close to him are to be believed, this won’t be the only time that Bieber would express his love for the Almighty in the coming months.
Instead, according to the Sun, Bieber’s latest album which would be released at the start of 2019 would be titled towards his faith.
The source further claimed that in the last two years, Bieber has increasingly been attending gatherings of the Hillsong Church and that it has completely changed his life.
If you have any doubts about this claim of Bieber becoming religious, a mere glance at his Instagram account would be enough. For, over the Easter weekend, Bieber captioned a post with ‘’Jesus changed my life’’.
In addition to this, a large number of his posts on social media also point to the connection which Bieber has developed with religion over the years.