Sadie Robertson of “Duck Dynasty” fame took to Instagram this week to send an inspirational message to her many fans.

In a lengthy Instagram post, Sadie explained that if a person is not “firm in faith,” a person cannot be “firm at all.” The 23 year-old added that she has carried this quote from Isaiah with her throughout the coronavirus pandemic this year.

“This year has been crazy, and there is so much unknown,” Sadie said. “More and more people are feeling the effects of the change we have had to adapt to every day. In fact I asked my great-grandma yesterday if she remembers a time in her lifetime that felt like this and she said, ‘oh yes, world war 2.’ This is no joke.”

She went on to say that every day it feels like “we are stripped of our comfortability” and questioned how people have managed to stay strong during this difficult time.

“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,'” Sadie added.

She concluded her post with another Biblical quote, writing, “looking to Jesus, the founder and perfecter of our faith, who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despising the shame, and is seated at the right hand of the throne of God.”


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This comes one month after Sadie announced that she is expecting her first child with her husband Christian Huff, who she married last year.

“We are thankful to be carrying a miracle into the world! Baby, you are already loved and already believed in,” Robertson wrote in her Instagram announcement. “Can’t wait to welcome you into the world with all the joy, hope, and excitement you will bring into the life of so many by your miraculous incredible life.”

Sadie also recently battled COVID-19 herself, and she even had to be hospitalized for it. Thankfully, it seems that she has made a full recovery.