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Letitia Wright Spent End Of 2018 With The Holy Spirit

Letitia Wright

Letitia Wright ended last year spending time with the Holy Spirit.

The 25-year-old actress who took on her breakout role as Princess Shuri in the 2018 blockbuster “Black Panther”  had a big year. In fact, Fandango recently named her the highest box-office earning actor of 2018.

Aside from “Black Panther” the Christian actress starred in “Avengers: Infinity War,” “Ready Player One” and “The Commuter” last year alone. The blessing of 2018 were not lost on Letitia who glorified God on social media right before the new year began.

“I can’t even put into words my gratitude for all that has happened this year. This scripture sums it up,” she tweeted. “God opened a floodgate of blessings! I’m in awe!”

She went on to thank her supporters for their encouragement before mentioning that she would be spending some quality time with the Holy Spirit.

“..And with that, it’s secret place time with the Holy Spirit,” she wrote.

What makes 2018 even more profound for the actress is the fact that she once thought about stepping away from acting after realizing that she was idolizing it.

“I was going through a lot, a very difficult time in my life and I just needed to take a break from acting because I really idolized it. So I came off from it and I went on a journey to discover God and my relationship with God and I became a Christian,” Wright told U.K. ITV show “This Morning” last year. “It really just gave me so much love and light within myself. I felt secure and I felt like I didn’t need validation from anyone else or from getting a part. My happiness wasn’t dependent on that, it was dependent on my relationship with God.”

Now, she is grateful for her relationship with God.

“I’m centered in who I am and I’m really grateful. I’m not perfect,” she said. “Especially as a Christian you’re not perfect. But you’re walking everyday and trying to just stay connected and yeah it’s helped me a lot so I’m really grateful.”

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