Justin Bieber Speaks of God's Grace in Recent Music Video
May 15, 2014 ē By Tiffani Knowles

Pop star Justin Bieber appears at the end of a rap video featuring Christian rapper Brandon Burke and he is seen discussing God and Jesus Christ.It was released on April 28.


"God loved the world so much he gave up his own son, right?" Bieber says in the video. "Imagine, like, someone killing your son.

"Like a bunch of people killing your [son]," he adds passionately. "These are your people, right? Itís like, 'How are you killing my son? Thatís my son!' Itís gonna be hard for you to forgive.Ē


The clip, which appears to be an interview-style conversation with Bieber talking to Burke, is featured at the end of Burke's video "The Pledge."


Bieber is currently lending a hand to Burke and his GG4G (GoGettaz 4 God)project, which is hoping to get one million "Pledges for God."


The details GG4G as "an entertainment centered mission group focused on changing lives, developing leaders, impacting and influencing community and culture with the Kingdom of God."


When Justin Bieber debuted on the music scene at age 13, his mother often discussed the familyís belief in Christ.


However, since Bieberís public on-and-off relationship with Selena Gomez and his brush with the law, many began to criticize him as far off from a Christian example.


Still, as Bieber clearly stated in the video: "God forgave everyone and they killed his son. That shows how much grace God has."


"There has been so much love and prayer going on for him in Hollywood, led by organizations like Hollywood Prayer Network, Radiance International's 24-hour House of Prayer, and many more," said actress Edwina Findley Dickerson. "Truly God is moving.Ē




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