Denzel Says All of His Success Comes From the Grace Of God

Denzel Says All of His Success Comes From the Grace Of God

It isn’t often that a major Hollywood star takes a strong and public stand for God, and it’s even rarer when that star is one as big as Denzel Washington.

However, that’s what the celebrity did during an interview with “Access Hollywood,” in which he talks about a woman who changed his life with a prophetic vision.

Washington even remembers the day of the vision: March 27, 1975, when he was hanging out in his mothers’ beauty shop and had a strange woman looking at him.

“I had a flunked out of college, and I was sitting in my mother’s beauty shop and I could see her in the mirror, behind me,” Washington told “Access Hollywood.” “And every time I looked up, she was looking right at me.

“And she said, ‘You know, young man, you are going to travel the world and speak or preach to millions of people,’” he continued.

Washington said his mother told him that the woman was “one of the oldest church members in town” who had been “known to have the gift of prophecy.”

At first, Washington was skeptical.

“Can she prophesize me getting back into college?” he quipped.

However, Washington can’t deny now that the woman was speaking the truth.

“This was supposed to be my life,” he said. “She actually called it before. It’s nothing I did. It’s by the grace of God.

“So I knew I had a purpose,” he added. “So when things started happening, I had to understand that this was supposed to happen.”

Four months later, he began his acting career, and the rest is history

It’s always good to see a major Hollywood star take a stand for God and the Bible. It certainly gets you nowhere in liberal Tinseltown, which is yet more of a testimony of just how brave of a stand this was. Our hats are off to you, Denzel.

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