Justin Bieber Sings Worship Song on London Street

Kayla Koslosky | ChristianHeadlines.com Editor | Tuesday, October 2, 2018
Justin Bieber Sings Worship Song on London Street

Justin Bieber Sings Worship Song on London Street


Popstar Justin Bieber recently sat on a London Street corner in front of Buckingham Palace and serenaded his fiancée Hailey Baldwin and fans with a worship song.

Bieber, who is very open about his Christian faith, was recently in London with his fiancée and decided to take his voice and a guitar to the London Streets. He sang songs such as “Cold Water,” “Fast Car,” and the popular worship song “Good Good Father.” 

The singer briefly stopped singing during his impromptu performance to profess his love to his fiancée saying, “I love you babe. I love you so much.” 

The two are both outspoken about their Christian faith. 

In a 2016 interview with Teen Vogue, Baldwin said, "I was raised in church. I was brought up in that life, and I think that it's very important for everybody to be in touch with their spirituality and to have a relationship with God." 

She continued, "I think that God kind of put me in the place in my life to not be quiet about it, not be quiet about him, but to reach people and to inspire people."

Bieber, who was recently spotted with Christian author Timothy Keller’s book Meaning of Marriageposts regularly about his faith on social media, particularly on Instagram where he has over 100 million followers. 

In a recent post on Instagram, the Canadian artist wrote, "I promise to lead our family with honor and integrity letting Jesus through his Holy Spirit guide us in everything we do and every decision we make.” 

He continued, "Gods timing really is literally perfect, we got engaged on the seventh day of the seventh month, the number seven is the number of spiritual perfection, it's true GOOGLE IT!"

He ended the post with Proverbs 18:22, writing, "'He who finds a wife finds a good thing and obtains FAVOR from the Lord! This is the year of favor!!!!" 

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