Tamera Mowry-Housley Belts Out Crystal Lewis' 'Lord, I Believe in You;' Video Goes Viral

Vianne BurogDec 16, 2016 09:08 AM EST
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Tamera Mowry-Housley's rendition of Crystal Lewis' song "Lord, I Believe In You," which she posted in November, has gone viral.

Mowrey-Housley last month took over the Instagram account of "The Real" and posted a video of herself singing the popular '90's gospel hit. Despite wearing just a simple shirt and bun in her hair, Mowrey-Housley caught the attention of several Instagram users because of her beautiful singing voice.

The actress belted out the song as a declaration of her faith, catching the hearts of many.

Mowrey-Mousley was raised in a Christian household and had upheld her Christian values until she dated Adam Housley. The actress publicly admitted that after dating the FOX News correspondent, she failed to keep her vow to God to stay a virgin until marriage.

In one of the previous episodes of daytime talk show "The Real," the actress confessed that she had struggled forgiving herself for breaking that vow.

"I waited until I was 29; however, I had made that pact with myself and with God, so it really messed me up you guys, when I, you know...," she said while tearing up.

Despite that, however, she said her faith in God remained unshakable.

"Most importantly, He knows my heart. And I think in all of it I had to learn that God, He doesn't see things in a legalistic manner. You don't really have to earn His love, He loves you just as you are," she said.

Mowry-Housley has been married to Adam Housley for five years.

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