The pop superstar Justin Bieber shared the Gospel and condemns cancel culture in his new song “Afraid To Say” included on his new Gospel EP.
Justin Bieber has always been outspoken about his Christian faith since he rekindled his relationship with God a couple of years ago. Recently, he again shared a bold message of faith through his newly released song.
On Sunday, the 27-year-old singer surprised everyone with a six-track Gospel EP titled “Freedom.” The album is filled with faith-based messages and prayers.
Afraid To Say
In his song “Afraid To Say,” Justin boldly condemns the accelerating cancel culture that has become a popular phenomenon in today’s society. The practice has promoted judgment and hate towards others who don’t have the same opinion.
“What have we done with society when everybody’s getting canceled?” Justin asks. “And can’t there be room for maturity? ’Cause writing ’em off is not the answer.”
The pop icon then continued to share the Gospel of Christ in the lyrics of his song. He emphasized that God never cancels anyone.
“We can’t write people off. God never writes us off, even in our darkest days. Even when we least deserve it. Even when we’re doing that stupid thing we wish we weren’t doing. God never writes us off — ever. He’s with us in our pain. He’s with us in a struggle.”
We’re In This Together
“Afraid To Say” ends with Lauren Walters reciting Psalms 139: 13-16. In another song, “We’re In This Together,” Justin shared his own testimony and how God has washed away our sins.
“’Cause He’s the reason that I’m still standin’ and even in a pandemic, God is still planning. Plannin’ peace, plannin’ joy, plan another day. Gave His life upon the cross to wash our sins away”
He then ended the son by uttering a powerful prayer to all of his listeners.