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R&B singer Marques Houston who found stardom as a child with the singing group Immature and then as an actor in the television comedy, “Sister, Sister,” is now an evangelizing Jehovah’s Witness and is telling the whole world about it.

The 34-year-old has been sharing images of himself on social media showing him spreading his faith with his believing brothers and on his Instagram account, declaring: “No negativity! Keep Jehovah first in all you do and allow ‘LOVE’ to be the first emotion we lead with jw.org.”

Jehovah’s Witnesses, according to the organization’s website, “strive to adhere to the form of Christianity that Jesus taught and that his apostles practiced.”

The denomination espoused by celebrities such as Prince, Michael Jackson and Serena Williams, recognizes Jehovah as the name of “the one true and Almighty God, the Creator.”

“We follow the teachings and example of Jesus Christ and honor him as our Savior and as the Son of God. … However, we have learned from the Bible that Jesus is not Almighty God and that there is no Scriptural basis for the Trinity doctrine,” they explain.

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