Just weeks after Justin Bieber concluded the last leg of his 2016 Purpose tour, anonymous sources are claiming his pre-concert routine included regular attempts to share the Gospel message with those around him.
“Backstage on his Purpose tour, Justin has been sitting down with his opening acts and encouraging them to put Christ before everything,” an unidentified source told The Sun.
“His aim is to convert the people he loves and warn other stars against the evils of the industry” the source added.
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According to the story, the singer has also worked hard in speaking about God to family and friends because his life has changed for the better since he has found the Lord.
The source explained that, “(Justin) has been making better decisions now that he has found peace within his faith.”
That’s a reference to Bieber’s past choices, which led to several arrests. The star got busted for dangerous driving, assault of a limo driver, egging a neighbor’s house, illegal street driving, assault and battery of paparazzo, to name a few.
Just prior to Bieber’s 2016 world tour, the 22-year-old had become more vocal about the peaks and valleys about his walk with Jesus which included an emergency baptism performed by Hillsong New York Pastor Carol Lentz in an NBA player’s bathtub.
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The act took place in the middle of the night at NBA star Tyson Chandler’s house, according to Lentz, who is a dear friend of Bieber’s pastor Judah Smith.
The bold move made by Bieber to separate himself from the “evils” of Hollywood has also led the singer down a new award winning path.
The young man’s latest album “Purpose” is laced with redemption and humility, both of which have won over the global public.
Last month, Justin Bieber’s album was nominated for multiple Grammy Awards including one for Album of the Year.