Hollywood Actor Infuriates Liberals With This Christian Message

Russell Brand, an English actor, and comedian has emphasized his dependence on God, saying he “cannot cope in this world” without Him.

Brand admitted to Fox News presenter Tucker Carlson last week, “I need spirituality. I cannot survive in this world without God.”

“As much as I might like the sensation of exclusivity and luxury, I remember what the reality is,” the Forgetting Sarah Marshall actor said on Tucker Carlson Today.

He continued, “I recall that my wellbeing depends upon spiritual connection, upon certain ideals and beliefs, and these, I’m sorry to admit, take sacrifice and self-examination about my own conduct and behavior, which frequently falls short, and I’m working on changing myself.”

Brand declared, “Like many needy individuals, I need spirituality. Without God, I can’t survive in this world. I have to have faith that people are good at heart.”

Russell Brand has worked as an actor, comedian, and podcast host for years, but Carlson said in his introduction to the program that “all of a sudden, he’s become one of the most forceful voices for the truth throughout the English-speaking world.” He also has a lot of profoundly insightful thoughts on God. Incredible, Russell Brand.”

In the interview, Brand added, “I think it’s increasingly important that we find fresh ways of framing the topic and delving into our hearts when we are speaking. Are we acting nicely? Are we being loved by people? Are we acting to the best of our abilities? Whose behalf are we addressing here? And what do I intend to do right now? Am I pursuing self-glorification with this?”

Although there are reasons to be optimistic, Brand claimed that optimism is conditional.

He declared, “I’m hopeful about your country, I’m optimistic about mine, also I’m optimistic about the world. But I believe that optimism comes at a cost, and that cost is a certain amount of realism and an understanding that many individuals have very, very diverse perspectives.”

Brand believes that other people can make the same kind of changes he did and has credited his faith with helping him overcome his addiction to heroin and alcohol.

He claimed, “I never felt as though I’m in sync with my views and convictions as I do right now. I believe in freedom, truth, and the capacity for personal expression.”

Brand celebrated 20 years of sobriety and deliverance from addiction last December.

“Because what I’ve been taught and shown is that it’s hard for a person like me to not drink and use drugs unless I have enough continual support from individuals who understand what it’s like to believe that alcohol or drugs, or, you know, specific behaviors are essential for me to feel OK,” he stated at the time of his anniversary.

The British actor has harshly criticized pornography and the addiction it so frequently fosters in addition to drugs and drinking.

In 2015, he claimed that “pornography reduced the spectacle of sex to a type of extracted physical act. If you look at pornography, there is a general sensation there in your core that this is not what’s best for me to do; this is not the best use of my time right now. I don’t close the laptop lid and say, Wow, what a worthwhile amount of time spent interacting with the outside world.

Brand declared, “I feel like if I had complete control over myself, I would never look at pornography again. I’ll banish it from my life, one day at a time.”

He claimed that since “the way we have designed and expressed it has become really muddled, our attitudes about sex have become perverted and warped and have veered from its true function as an expression of love and a method for procreation.”

Author: Blake Ambrose

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