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Justin Bieber Shares Heartfelt Message About Family, Love on His First Thanksgiving as a Married Man

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Everyone’s favorite child-star-cautionary-tale-turned-Christian Justin Bieber gave a touching bit of insight into his faith and family life as he shared about his first holiday season “as a married man” and his desire to love his wife, Hailey Baldwin, more like Jesus in a handful of Instagram posts.

“Happy late Thanksgiving to everyone,” Bieber wrote in a belated Thanksgiving post. “First Thanksgiving as a married man, first time hosting Thanksgiving. First time both sides of the family has come together.”

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Bieber and fashion model Hailey Baldwin married just a couple of months ago and for Thanksgiving this year, Bieber, a vocally faithful Christian, shared a few candid details about the difficulties he has, like many of us, at family gatherings.

“Relationships are hard and love isn’t always easy but thank you Jesus for showing me how!” he wrote in the touching post.

“Every day is a learning process,” he continued, sharing with his followers his desire “to be more like” Jesus, who is “patient, kind, selfless.”

“Boy I got a long way! But [God’s] grace is sufficient!”

Bieber’s spiritual growth has been on display for several years now, with the pop megastar being led to the Lord recently in the decade. Since then, he’s been unapologetically vocal about his relationship with Jesus, something quite admirable for someone in such a prominent place in the public eye.

God’s grace truly is sufficient for us all, praise Him!

 

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Anti Trump Pop Singer Verbally Eviscerates Bernie Sanders’ Voting Rights Idea

When Cher thinks you’re going too far to the left, that’s saying something.

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Sarah Sanders Pressed to Resign or Be Fired by CNN Analyst

You know that things are looking desperate when television entertainers start telling the White House who to hire and fire.

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