Justin Bieber shares 'guided prayers' on God's love: 'Enjoy!'

Justin Bieber has shared three "guided prayers" in the last four days on "God's love."

The "10,000 Hours" singer shared the minutes-long prayer time led by his friend and personal pastor, Judah Smith, with his 122 million Instagram followers.

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"Good morning, here is a guided prayer to start your day!" Bieber wrote on Saturday. "Find a comfy position and enjoy!"

Smith and his wife, Chelsea, relaunched their app -- allowing people around the world to join their church -- with a daily guided prayer led by one of them. Bieber, who attends Churchome, teased the prayer before it became live on the app.

Smith opens by reading a Bible verse, in the first post, Romans 8:28, then a prayer thanking God for his love, before making declarations like: "Nothing will ever separate me from God's love."

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The 25-year-old's wife, Hailey Baldwin, has also been open about her faith. She recently shared a Scripture verse on her Instagram story.

Hailey Baldwin shared a photo of Alabaster Co's Psalms on her Instagram story.

Hailey Baldwin shared a photo of Alabaster Co's Psalms on her Instagram story. (Alabaster Co.)

The supermodel was reading Alabaster Co's "Psalms" book, focusing on Psalm 70, which states, in part: "Please, God, rescue me!... May those who try to kill me be humiliated and put to shame."

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Earlier this year, the 41-year-old preacher praised Bieber for his Christian faith.

"Justin Bieber has taught me far more than I could ever teach him about what it means to grow and walk in humility and be someone who really wants to follow Jesus," Smith had told Fox News.

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Churchome has physical locations in Seattle and Los Angeles, but the Smiths launched the app as "church in your hand" for a growing number of millennials who say they don't go to a church building for prayer or services.