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Sadie Robertson Huff Shares Adorable Photo with Husband Christian: ‘Love, Joy, Peace’

by Quentin Blount
Photo by Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images for Sherri Hill

Duck Dynasty star Sadie Robertson Huff shared an adorable photo of her with her husband Christian on social media on Monday. Alongside the photo, Robertson talks about her faith in God.

In the Twitter post, Robertson gives her fans and followers insights from her daily devotional readings. She uses the app called “Glorify: Daily Worship.” The app complements its users’ daily worship with handpicked Bible verses, devotionals, and guided meditation.

Robertson says that she and her husband are loving the app.

“LOVE, JOY, PEACE yes, those things are seen in this picture & yes we experience those feelings when we are together, but ALL of those things are found in FULLNESS from Jesus,” Robertson wrote on Twitter. “Christian & I are loving the daily reads, devos, & meditations in the @Glorifyapp_br go check it out!”


Sadie Robertson Urged Her Followers to Have ‘Faith’

After feeling unwell for some time, Robertson had to make a hospital visit in October. The Duck Dynasty star came to find out that she had contracted the COVID-19 virus. Robertson is currently pregnant with her first child. She made the trip to the hospital due to worsening symptoms from the virus. She described feeling weak from both the virus along with having morning sickness and terrible chest pain.

In an Instagram post following her diagnosis, Robertson urged her followers to have faith in God and a higher power.

“It’s easy to try to reach out to comfortable things to cope with the change we are experiencing, except for it seems to be like daily we are stripped of our comfortability, so that is no longer an option,” Robertson wrote. “Which begs the question what do we hold on to… what do we stand firm in…?”

“Right here the Lord is speaking and basically telling the people that they could not possibly understand what is about to take place over the next 65 years…so they better hold on to faith,” she continued. “I encourage you, friends, that in a day like this if you do not stand firm in faith it could be very challenging to stand firm at all. But like my grandma finished our conversation saying, ‘But I take hope in the fact that God is over it all.'”

Robertson concluded the post with yet another scripture passage.