Savannah Chrisley is pondering her renowned family’s recent difficulties.
After her parents, Todd and Julie became embroiled in a court battle, Chrisley Knows Best actress uploaded a series of photos on Instagram of herself and her family members as she reflected on the hardships they had to overcome.
My thoughts about life are racing through my head as I sit here this morning.”
Pre-Storm and Image-Storm,” she said in the description accompanying the Instagram post. “I can only say that I am grateful for those who choose to live and love fiercely, no matter how tough that may be.”
In her words, “Pre-Storm was FAST paced and full of stuff that just doesn’t matter. In the middle of the video, there is a shift toward quiet time, God time, and personal time….”
According to Savannah, “In a strange way…I am glad because I know that there is a God who does everything out of nothing!”
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Noting that she is “process of finding ME,” Savannah wrote, “so bare [sic] with me. No matter what happens in life… choose love. Love so purely that it hurts. ❤️ God is slowing me down and working in my heart…it’s a process.”
“But a process I’m so willing to endure… it’s moments like these that will make me a better daughter, sister, friend, partner, future mother, and daughter of God❤️,” she continued.
“I will forever sing of the goodness of God!” the beauty entrepreneur concluded. “Thank you so much to all of those who continue to love on my family and me 💕”
“Oh..and I have grown a love for Dogs…🤯 lol,” she quipped.
His ability to repurpose what the adversary used to try and harm you, she said, will benefit you in the long run.”
Parents of Savannah (age 53) and Julie (age 49) were found guilty of bank fraud, tax fraud, and conspiracy earlier this month. Wire fraud was also a conviction for Julie. They will be sentenced at a later time and face a jail term of up to 30 years.
Lawyer Bruce Morris said the Chrisleys were “disappointed with the decision” and “an appeal is planned,” according to PEOPLE. A Chrisley’s spokeswoman did not immediately reply to People’s request for comment.
Lawyer Steve Friedberg also told PEOPLE that “Both Chrisleys are saddened and unhappy with the ruling, and will be seeking an appeal. The love and support that Julie and Todd have received from their loved ones, friends, and fans mean the world to them. There is no doubt in their minds that they will persevere until they are proven right. Todd and Elizabeth Faye Chrisley’s mother, Elizabeth Faye Chrisley, is their top priority at the moment.”
In a heartfelt Instagram message, Savannah defended her family following the guilty verdict news.
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This is a simple request: Please treat each other with respect. She wrote, “This life is so terrible, and we’re all doing the best we can. “I’m going to continue to speak up for my family and fight for justice.” A sense of justice for ourselves and those who have been let down by the system. At this point, I’m legally limited in what I can say about this situation.
Georgia stated that God had let her down and her “relentless prayers had gone unnoticed.”
To her 2.5 million Twitter followers, she reassured them that despite her family’s legal troubles, she still has faith.
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I think that every difficulty and struggle we face is used by God to build us up for a bigger purpose,” she said. “Therefore, I will continue to trust in Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior… In my prayers, I ask for courage, faith, and love. Our gratitude goes out to everyone who has remained by our side.”
“Now, let’s go back to work,” she wrote at the end of the blog entry. If anything stands in my way, “no matter how hard the odds may be stacked against me, I’m going to bust through the glass ceiling.”
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