Close to two million people have watched a "guided prayer" video posted on Justin Bieber's Instagram.

Celebrity pop singer, Justin Bieber, encouraged his fans to participate in a "guided prayer" led by Seattle megachurch pastor, Judah Smith, based on 2 Corinthians 4:17.

"For our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all."

Smith went on to share a commentary on the verse hoping to uplift those going through struggles. 

"I'd like us to take this verse and take a few moments as I guide you through an experience of prayer, reflection, and consideration of how great God is. Let's begin with worship, thanking God that we will be with him forever," Smith says. 

"I trust you God in the middle of my pain." 

The video included positive reminders. "I like to say things like this won't last, God you won't leave me. Let's remind ourselves that we are trusting God and not ourselves." Smith says. 

He proceeded with the topic of surrender. "Let's start saying things like 'I trust you God in the middle of my pain. I ask you, God, to help me endure, to help me be strong'," Smith says.

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The video is a timely message. In these recent months, Bieber has shared with his fans struggles with mental health and his difficult journey in the entertainment industry which led to drug abuse. He declared throughout it all that God is his solace. 

“It’s hard to get out of bed in the morning with the right attitude when you are overwhelmed with your life, your past, job, responsibilities, emotions, your family, your finances, relationships,” the singer wrote.

"All this to say even when the odds are against you, keep fighting. Jesus loves you. Be kind today, be bold today and love people today, not by your standards but by God’s perfect unfailing love,” Bieber shared.

At the end of the "guided prayer" Smith asks all listeners to say aloud, "I declare that God, you have helped me and you will help me again. Grant us this perspective and thank you for these moments together. Amen."

The video has received over 6,500 comments filled with testimonies and words of gratitude.