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Nickelodeon’s Kel Mitchell Praises God: ‘You Alone Are Holy’

Photo from Kel Mitchell’s Instagram

Nickelodeon’s Kel Mitchell Praises God: ‘You Alone Are Holy’

By Movieguide® Contributor

Kel Mitchell shared a prayer on Instagram, praising God for his miracles and the fact that there is nothing that He cannot do.

“God, thank You for proving that nothing is impossible for You,” Mitchell wrote. “There is no sickness You cannot heal, no disease You cannot cure, no heart You cannot hold, and no darkness You cannot drive out. You are above all things, and it is by You all things are held together. So right now, I give You thanks for all that You’ve done, and for who You are. You alone are holy! Amen.”

Growing up as one of Nickelodeon’s most recognizable child actors, Mitchell found himself hollow with the promises of fame. He decided to turn his back on Hollywood and pursue the only thing that gave him meaning—the Lord. Though he still returns to acting when the role is right, Mitchell primarily works as a youth pastor.

He also uses his platform to share the Gospel and encourage fans through social media. He encourages others to give their lives up to God and allow Him to dictate their path.

Having been a child actor before social media, Mitchel understands the pressure of having your life public more than most people in his generation. He understands the depression and anxiety that can come from having strangers weigh in on your life and encourages the younger generation to place their foundation in God rather than in what the world says about them.

“They really need the love of Christ,” he told CBN. “They really need the love in their life to help them. And I really feel like once the youth understand how God feels about them…and that they are part of a royal family and they invite Him into their hearts, it can really change things.”

“Take your anxiety, take your depression, take whatever it may be to the Lord first, so that way you prepare for your day,” Mitchell added.

Movieguide® previously reported:

Actor Kel Mitchell is encouraging people to “lean” on God and work with Him to “create something cool within your life.”

“When I was a kid, I wanted to learn the Michael Jackson ‘lean’ move,” the GOOD BURGER star explained in an Instagram video, adding that it was a difficult move that could “break your face” if you didn’t do it correctly.

Mitchell went on to say that he later found out Jackson worked with a designer who made him magnetic shoes, which allowed him to perform the move. 

“They were working together and created something really, really cool, and that is what God is saying to you,” Mitchell said before reciting Proverbs 3:5-6. “Lean not on your own understanding…[because] you’ll end up hurting yourself. But lean on my understanding, lean on my knowledge, my ideas, and I will direct your path, and we can really create something really cool together.”

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