He stopped to play for his fiancee, Hailey Baldwin.
Just one verse each day.
While visiting London, Justin Bieber took a moment in front of Buckingham Palace to play some music for his fiancee, Hailey Baldwin. As one might expect of a pop-star playing on tourist-filled streets, he drew a crowd.
Christian Headlines notes that Bieber played three songs: “Fast Car” by Tracy Chapman, “Cold Water” by Major Lazer and himself, and “Good Good Father,” a worship song by Chris Tomlin, which one onlooker caught footage of.
VÍDEO: Justin Bieber fazendo serenata para Hailey Baldwin cantando “Good Good Father” da banda Housefires hoje em frente ao Palácio de Buckingham em Londres, Inglaterra – 18 de setembro. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/AFNYNKjoM2— Daily Jailey Brasil (@dailyjaileybr) September 19, 2018
Bieber reportedly stopped playing at one point to call out toward Hailey, “I love you babe. I love you so much.”
Ever since Bieber began hanging around the Hillsong Worship crew, he has been very open about his Christian faith. Shortly after he proposed to Baldwin, he wrote in an Instagram post.
“I promise to lead our family with honor and integrity letting Jesus through his Holy Spirit guide us in everything we do and every decision we make. Gods timing really is literally perfect, we got engaged on the seventh day of the seventh month, the number seven is the number of spiritual perfection, it’s true GOOGLE IT!” https://www.instagram.com/p/BlBvw2_jBKp/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link
He concluded by quoting Proverbs 18:22, writing, “‘He who finds a wife finds a good thing and obtains FAVOR from the Lord! This is the year of favor!!!!”
Hailey Baldwin is also open about her faith as a Christian. In a 2016 interview with Teen Vogue, she said:
“I was raised in church. I was brought up in that life, and I think that it’s very important for everybody to be in touch with their spirituality and to have a relationship with God.” She continued, “I think that God kind of put me in the place in my life to not be quiet about it, not be quiet about him, but to reach people and to inspire people.”