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Justin Bieber And Selena Gomez Reunite Again At Bible Study – Jelena Back On?

The saga continues! Hit makers Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez were spotted at bible study at City Church in Los Angeles, and it appears they arrived together. The Biebs also shared an adorable snap of the couple on his Instagram account. Do you think they are back together?

"The pair sat next to each other while partaking in Bible study and seemed very close. They then left together in Bieber's car," a source told the Daily Mirror.

"Justin looked really comfortable with Selena as he still thinks their bond is unbreakable and knows that Selena will always love him."

The "Boyfriend" singer added fuel to the fire by tweeting, "God is good."

Jelena has been on and off dating since 2010. They last reconciled in June, which Bieber also announced on Instagram with a picture captioned, "Our love is unconditional."

At the time, they enjoyed a weekend together in Canada for Bieber's dad Jeremy's birthday, followed by a date to the zoo with his grandparents.

Things did not work out, and Bieber even skipped Gomez's birthday to go paintballing.

"He will be going paintballing on Tuesday and Selena is not only not going, but she wasn't even invited. They are not doing well right now," a source told Hollywood Life at the time.

This came after the pair fell out at Coachella when Gomez suspected flirtation with reality stars Kendall and Kylie Jenner.

Bieber recently made headlines after taunting Orlando Bloom at Cipriani's in Ibiza, which ended in the "Lord of the Rings" hunk taking a swing at the young star. Biebs allegedly made a comment about Bloom's ex Miranda Kerr, which did not sit well, considering Bieber contributed to their break-up.

Are you happy to see Jelena together again, or do you think they are better apart? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

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