Justin Bieber is a recognized figure in the music industry. His infamous song "Baby" is close to 1.5 billion views on YouTube, and ever since the breakout sensation, his career shines with Grammy nominations, awards, prominent friends, dedicated devotees and a string of celebrity relationships. However, his newest friendship is not another attempt with Selena Gomez. Instead of a beautiful woman by his side, the megastar chooses God as his wingman. And of course, Bieber celebrates resurrection with ultimate stardom. An acclaimed house of worship by the name of Hillsong is a residential familiarity among millions of Christians.

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At the helm is Pastor Carl Lentz, and he details the full story for the world to hear. 

Bieber, bathtub, and baptism

Because of Bieber's conspicuous notoriety, the Baptism occurred in the Phoenix Suns' Center Tyson Chandler's bathtub. Even though the powerful event is a proud moment for the Christian community, the humble beginning of Bieber's faith commenced in hardship. The detestable video of the celeb slurring racial epithets sent shockwaves across the United States. The sprightly performer was perceived as a handsome albeit innocent young man with success in his hands.

No one believed he was that immature and reckless, and the press bit Bieber hard. In 2015, he called Lentz for help. In an interview with GQ Men's Magazine, Lentz stated "This boy is 21. He's in a horribly toxic world. He is trying to do his best to figure this out. He has never been anybody but who he has professed to be, which is a work in progress." Since Bieber is reborn, his sins are scrubbed away, even if his comments about the KKK and African-Americans remain viewable. His dedication is an inspiration to both his admirers and critics.

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He told the news outlet Complex "I just wanna honestly live like Jesus. He created a pretty awesome template of how to love people and how to be gracious and kind." Love is such an important expression, and I'm glad that Bieber is able to love himself.

Since Bieber is reborn, his sins are scrubbed away, even if his comments about the KKK and African-Americans remain viewable. His dedication is an inspiration to both his admirers and critics. He told the news outlet Complex "I just wanna honestly live like Jesus.

He created a pretty awesome template of how to love people and how to be gracious and kind." Love is such an important expression, and I'm glad that Bieber is able to love himself.