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Sadie Robertson Huff Grateful for ‘God’s Love in the Midst of Hate’

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Sadie Robertson Huff Grateful for ‘God’s Love in the Midst of Hate’

By Movieguide® Contributor

Sadie Robertson Huff is sharing how she leaned on God’s love during a recent round of negative online commentary. 

“I am just so amazed by the power of community over the last 24 hours!” she wrote on Instagram. “Not to drag this out, but the comments I received on my post the other day (it’s deleted now) were so discouraging and disheartening. To feel so miss understood, canceled, and attacked was hard. Yes, I’ve experienced hate before, but not like that. However, community is so much louder than comments!!”

Huff shared that, while it can be “so easy” to focus on negative comments from strangers, she “let the people who know me and love me speak over my life.”

“Last night, as I sat with God over this situation, I felt so comforted by someone who truly understands what it feels like to be miss understood, canceled, and hated,” she continued. “I felt so loved, held, covered, and empathized with as I sat and talked to Jesus like a friend. Cancel culture seeks to steal, kill, destroy and isolate. It hurt, no doubt about it, but it didn’t take anything from me.”

Huff explained that “Jesus always offers life and life to the full,” adding that she is thankful she “got to experience Gods love in the midst of hate, and I got to experience that tangibly through the words and love so many of y’all reached out with.”

Huff has previously spoken about how her faith sees her through difficult situations. Movieguide® previously reported:

Starring in DUCK DYNASTY at age 14 and receiving a spot on DANCING WITH THE STARS at 17, Sadie Robertson Huff said that Jesus grounded her when she became a public figure at an early age and grounds her in her marriage with Christian Huff today. 

“My life just dramatically changed really fast,” Robertson Huff told Fox News. “You think about how social media affects any young person and then think about social media with millions of followers… [it] definitely will affect you in certain ways.”

She recognized how her grounding in the faith at a young age has carried into the pandemic’s uncertain times, offering her hope and peace.  

“It’s definitely been a huge, huge source of hope for me,” Robertson Huff said. “We have hope that God is still with us here, to give us strength, to give us joy, to give us peace, to make us feel loved in the midst of a time where the world is really throwing things at you.”

Huff often speaks about the dangers that can come from prioritizing social media. 

In one recent post, she reminded her followers that “the picture can never display the full picture. the caption can never articulate the fullness of a 24/7 reality.”

“There is much more behind the screen & thoughts further than a caption can carry!” Huff wrote. 

Huff has also been transparent about needing to step away from social media. Last year, she took a prolonged break from Instagram to focus on her family. 

“I’m in a season of life that I just do not want to be distracted in!” she wrote. “I’m so thankful for what has been right in front of me, and I’m taking some intentional time to really see all of it, and man, it’s been sweet.”

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