Though Justin Bieber reminded followers that Easter “is just not a couple of bunny,” he wasn’t afraid to have some enjoyable with a pair of rabbit-themed glasses on the vacation.
The 24-year-old singer, a faithful member of the star-studded Hillsong Church, wasn’t about egg hunts or Easter baskets this yr. As a substitute, he shared a message on Instagram concerning the vacation’s true that means.
“Jesus has modified my life. Easter is just not a couple of bunny, it’s a reminder that my Jesus died on the cross for my sins after which rose from the lifeless defeating demise!” he mentioned in a screenshot of a observe on his cellphone, written in all caps. “I consider this occurred and it adjustments the whole lot!”
He continued, “I’m let out from bondage and disgrace I’m a toddler of probably the most excessive God and he loves me precisely for the place I’m how I’m who I’m.”
Bieber merely captioned the submit, “Glad easter.”
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Simply a few hours later, nonetheless, Bieber appeared to have modified his thoughts on the vacation’s fluffy mascot.
“Keep in mind when i mentioned easter isn’t about bunnies… properly i lied,” he captioned a selfie during which he’s carrying glasses full with rabbit ears and whiskers. The pop star additionally held a small stuffed animal rabbit for a collection of foolish pictures.
After canceling the rest of his Objective World Tour final July, Bieber turned to the Hillsong Church in addition to his pastor Carl Lentz for assist.
“Justin has a very deep religion, and he really loves God,” a supply advised PEOPLE in August. “He has discovered a church household that accepts him and loves him for who he’s, not for his fame or cash.”
The insider additionally added that the church has been instrumental in serving to him make the fitting decisions. “Justin wants a church that may say, ‘We love you, we settle for you, however it is advisable tone down a few of your conduct,’” the supply mentioned. “He additionally wants somebody to remind him – truly all of us want somebody to remind us – that it’s not all about you.”