Sadie Robertson Huff: ‘Our Generation Looks More Like Instagram Influencers Than Jesus Christ’


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The author and speaker acknowledged that there’s “nothing wrong with being known,” as Jesus himself was in fact famous during His time on earth.

“[But] we’re not actually meant to get the glory,” she contended. “Jesus should be famous. He deserves the glory. We’re not created for glory. We’re created to give glory to our Creator.”

Citing Matthew 16:24, Sadie encouraged listeners to deny themselves, take up their cross, and follow Jesus.

“We can’t save ourselves. We can’t put our hope in ourselves. We can’t put our faith in ourselves. You don’t want to do that because you know at the end of the day, you need something greater to put your hope in, something greater to put your faith in, something greater who can actually save you, who can actually give you hope beyond this world.”

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