Kanye West brought his talents to the pastor Joel Austen's Houston mega-stage, performing his Sunday Service Experience, a faith-filled concert with the choir.
The evening at Lakewood Church began with a choir performing and Austin talking about his journey in life as a minister. Then Kanye came on stage.
"He rescued a wretch like me", West sang off-key with his Selah song from his latest album.
He then raped, reading his texts from a smartphone he was holding in his hand.
In recent months, West has been voting for his conversion to Christianity and how God led it. Sunday's concert was open to fans of all faiths.
Tickets for the free concert were distributed through Ticketmaster and sold out within minutes on Saturday, although it was known that some people had resold them for hundreds of dollars.
Earlier in the evening, the choir sang medals of pop and Christian songs. Then, talking to the crowd, Austin opened up about the sudden death of his father, the church's founding pastor, in 1999.
He said his darkest days start his brightest time in life. "You have to move on."
Austin added, "You're anointed to be you. … Walk in your own shoes. "
Adam Tyson, senior pastor of Placerita Bible Church, 30 miles northwest of Los Angeles, also prayed. For the past few months, Tyson has been leading the West in Bible studies.
West also announced on Twitter that he will present an opera at the Hollywood Cup next Sunday. The West shared a golden invitation to the event for the ancient king of Babylon.
Earlier on Sunday, West stated that his recent spiritual awakening made him realize that he was no longer in the service of glory and money, but "in the service of God."  The Lakewood Church, where more than 43,000 people attend worship each week, it has become the largest church in the United States. She ran services at the former Compaq Center, which was once home to the NBA's Houston Rocket. Osteen's weekly television program is watched by more than 13 million households in the United States and millions more than more than 100 nations worldwide.
West has been touring the United States for his Sunday Service concerts since January, including at the Coachella Festival, an outdoor shopping center in Salt Lake City and the Atlanta mega shop.
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On Friday, he and his choir play prisoners at the Harris County Jail in Houston.
Last month, West released "Jesus Is King," a gospel-themed album that has been described as Christian rap.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.