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How God Took Sadie Robertson Huff From Fear to Faith

Photo from Sadie Robertson Huff’s Instagram

How God Took Sadie Robertson Huff From Fear to Faith

By Movieguide® Staff

Sadie Robertson Huff recently shared how God brought her from fear to faith.

On May 11, Robertson Huff and her husband, Christian, welcomed their first child, Honey James.

After Honey’s birth, Robertson Huff was honest about the joys and anxieties that she experienced as a new mother. But the author and speaker recently shared how God’s provision dispels her fear.

“I remember when things changed for me when it came to fear. I used to live with so much anxiety, and it definitely shaped who I used to be. But something changed,” Robertson Huff, 24, wrote in an Instagram caption beneath a picture of her and Christian hugging Honey. “It was when I realized that when God said ‘do not fear’ in the Bible, it was more of a promise than a command. Right after those words the words ‘for I am with you’ would follow. So what God was really saying is that you don’t have to fear, because I am with you.”

Robertson Huff, who hosts the WHOA That’s Good podcast, said that a conversation with Christian music artist Matthew West made her think about comfort found in God.

“I was having a conversation this week with [Matthew West] for the podcast and we started talking about this promise. He mentioned how he realized the power of those words when he had his daughters,” Robertson Huff shared.

“As I begin to think about this idea with Honey I can see it so clearly,” she added. “When she wakes up in the middle of the night crying the first thing I do is walk to her crib pick her up and say, ‘it’s okay mamas got you.’ One day she will walk into school for the first time and her dad will hold her hand and say, ‘it’s okay I’m going to walk in with you.’ When she jumps into a pool for the first time we will say, ‘don’t worry I will catch you.’”

Robertson Huff said that her relationship with Honey reflects how God the Father cares for His children.

“In all of these moments it is not that we are so confident in Honeys ability to swim, get over the fear of the night, or the intimidation of walking into school, but it is that we are confident in our ability to comfort her,” she explained.

“When I look at this picture of us she looks so safe in our arms,” she said. “That is what we look like with God. We don’t have to wait to be fearless when we become confident in ourselves, we can live fearless now by knowing we are comforted by a king who is our father.”