‘Duck Dynasty’ Star Sadie Robertson Huff Is ‘So Grateful’ for This Time of Year in Adorable Family Portrait

by Amy Myers
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Duck Dynasty star Sadie Robertson never misses an opportunity to give thanks for her family and all she has in life. Earlier today, she once again showed her appreciation with another sweet family moment and a message of faith.

“I’m so grateful for this time of the year! Thankful that the story of Jesus is still alive today – there is a hope and there is joy even in the tough times!!! A savior has come! What amazing grace,” she wrote in the post on Twitter.

In the photo, the Duck Dynasty family wrapped each other in a big hug. Robertson, herself, held onto baby Honey, while her husband, Christian Huff, embraced them both.

The photo is just one of the many smiling moments that Robertson has documented with her husband and daughter. Of course, with the holiday season still here, the family has taken many opportunities to share cozy and sometimes hilarious moments together. Fans can often expect either sweet snapshots or goofy dance routines on the Duck Dynasty star’s social media channels.

‘Duck Dynasty’ Mom Talks About How to ‘Train up a Child’

Lately, another significant component to Sadie Robertson’s posts has been her connection to religion. The Duck Dynasty star is a proud Christian and often shares lessons she’s learned from her faith as well as her trials with doubt.

Recently, Robertson took the opportunity to relate a piece of scripture to one of her adventures with Honey. The Duck Dynasty mom shared a photo of her sweet daughter attempting a plank position like her mother.

“’Train up a child in the way he should go [teaching him to seek God’s wisdom and will for his abilities and talents], Even when he is old he will not depart from it. Proverbs‬ ‭22:6‬ ‭AMP‬‬’” Robertson quoted.

She then explained the context of how “training” children can lead them away from their destined direction in life.

“This girl has been showing me up at my workouts,” Robertson continued in her post. “When I look at this picture I can’t help but think of this verse. This call to train up our kids… the next generation in the way that they should go! To teach them to ask God for direction in their life. Somewhere along the way it seems like we all have a tendency of getting a little lost.”

She advised fans facing the same struggles regarding identity and direction to instead look towards faith for the answer.

“Your identity and your purpose isn’t something you need to search the world to find… it’s found in looking at the one who created you and modeling the life that He calls you to,” the Duck Dynasty star concluded.

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