Justin Bieber Credits God for Saving Him from Addiction and Severe Depression: 'Jesus Loves You'

    Updated: September 3, 2019 at 3:59 pm EST  See Comments

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    Justin Bieber Credits God for Saving Him from Addiction and Severe Depression: ‘Jesus Loves You’

    Justin Bieber, the musician who made millions putting words to music, took to Instagram on Monday to share his testimony – a message of heartbreak and hope.

    At the core of the Sept. 2 message was the redeeming power of Christ, which he said saved him from a life of rebellion, addiction and deep depression. The post to his 118 million followers was raw and unpolished, a stark contrast to the veneer images carefully crafted by most celebrities. The typos, spelling and grammatical errors seemed symbolic of a life punctuated by high-profile mistakes and bad choices.

    “It’s hard to get out of bed in the morning with the right attitude when you you are overwhelmed with your life [,] your past, job, responsibilities, emotions, your family, finances, your relationships,” his post began.

    “When it feels like theres (sic) trouble after trouble after trouble. You start foreseeing the day through lenses of  ‘dread’ and anticipate another bad day. A cycle of feeling disappoint after disappoint. Sometimes it can even get to the point where you don’t even want to live anymore. Where you feel like its never going to change..[.]I can full[y] sympathize with you.”

    The pop star then expressed his gratitude for the people in his life who have continuously encourage him before reminding his followers that material things did not fulfill him, and they won’t fulfill them.

    “You see I

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