Justin Bieber stood up in front of a church service on Wednesday night (Aug. 27), where he performed a gospel song with the crowd.
He took to Instagram to share the empowering moment, along with an equally heartfelt message. “Sang at church last night. God is pulling me through a hard season,” he wrote. “Having trust in Jesus at your worst times is the absolute hardest. But he is faithful to complete what he started.”
“I also want to thank my wife for being such a huge support in my life through this season..” he continued. “it says in the bible count it ALL JOY when you face trials of various kinds. Sounds insane considering when u face trials u feel terrible. But if we are grateful and worship god for what we do have in that season there is so much power in that… whatever pain you are going through just keep telling yourself THIS WONT LAST! Love you guys we in this together.”
Read more at Billboard.
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The Great British Baking Show Is Back
The Great British Baking Show is back on Netflix in a slightly different form: This season, episodes will be available weekly, as opposed to all at once, three days after they premiere in the UK.
The first episode of Collection 7 — an overstuffed 67-minute Cake Week extravaganza — has enough buttercream-infused action and quirky humor to satiate even the biggest of Baking Show cravings.
Continuing a completely ridiculous tradition that is absolutely essential to the show, the series begins with a corny homage to a film — this time the Wizard of Oz — with hosts Noel Fielding as Dorothy and Sandi Toksvig as the Scarecrow, and judges Paul Hollywood as the Tin Man and Prue Leith as the Cowardly Lion.
After Noel clicks his ruby red slippers together, the stars are transported to the familiar Big White Tent, and we are introduced to the newest round of amateur bakers.
Find out more about the bakers at Eater.
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