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NEWS: Justin Bieber Shares Daily Devotional on Putting God First in ‘Jesus Calling’

Singer Justin Bieber stands on stage
during a concert in Oslo October 29, 2015. Canadian pop singer Bieber,
who made a triumphant return to the European stage at the MTV Europe
Music Awards in Milan on Sunday, abruptly canceled his concert in Oslo
on Thursday night after performing just one song.
Justin Bieber is encouraging his fans to start reading the Christian devotional Jesus Calling, which has sold more than 15 million copies worldwide.
In an Instagram post on Saturday, Bieber shared a quote from Jesus Calling, written
by missionary Sarah Young, that includes two Bible verses from Psalms
and 1 Corinthians, in which Christians are advised to trust in the Lord.
  
More than 1.1. million people have liked Bieber’s Instagram post and over 23,000 people have shared comments about the daily devotional’s message:
Worship
Me only. Whatever occupies your mind the most becomes your god.
Worries, if indulged, develop into idols. Anxiety gains a life of it’s
own, parasitically infesting your mind. Break free from this bondage by
affirming your trust in Me and refreshing yourself in My presence. What
goes on in your mind is invisible, undetectable to other people. But I
read your thoughts continually, searching for evidence of trust in Me, I
rejoice when your mind turns towards Me. Guard your thoughts
diligently; good thought-choices will keep you close to Me. Psalm 112:7;
1 Corinthians 13:11.
Leading up to and since the release of his new album Purpose, the pop star has said he’s striving to be more like Jesus Christ.
session — asked if he had any advice on
how to get through a romantic breakup, he demurred, flashing a bit of
the humility that every religious leader knows is crucial in
establishing a bond with one’s flock,” the Times reported.

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