“Be taken from you without reason.” Chase Chrisley thinks about

At the end of the story, the audience is given some clear advice. “Just put down your phone and give someone you care about your full attention the next time they want to go for a walk, watch a football game, play a board game, or any of those things.”

Chase is the most recent member of the Chrisley family to post a touching message on social media after his parents were found guilty.

Last week, Chase’s sister Savannah put a quote from pastor Kimberly Jones, also known as “Real Talk Kim,” on social media.

Jones wrote in his post, “Noah didn’t stop building the ark to explain himself to everyone who didn’t believe in him and hated him.” Don’t stop building your ark. “Let the rain do the talking.”

After Todd and Julie were sentenced, their son Kyle Chrisley quoted Matthew 7:1–3 on his Instagram Story.

“If you judge, you’ll be judged as well.” Because you will be judged by how you judge others, and you will get what you measure, verses were read. Who are you to worry about the sawdust in your brother’s eye while ignoring the plank in your own?

Lindsie Chrisley, Todd and Julie’s oldest child, posted a photo of herself and her son Jackson, whom she had with her ex-husband Will Campbell. Psalm 34:18 from the Bible was also part of the post.

Lindsie, who is 33 years old, put the words “The Lord is near to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit” as the caption for the story. The song “Who You Say I Am” by Hillsong Worship echoed these words.

Todd, who is 53 years old, got 12 years in prison last week, and Julie, who is 49, got 7 years for her part in the crimes. Along with their jail sentences, both of them were put on probation for 16 months.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution says that Todd and Julie were given their sentences after they were found guilty in June of working together to commit bank fraud, fraud against the United States, and tax fraud. Julie was also found guilty of wire fraud.

Even though they had already denied all of the charges, the two chose to respond through their lawyers by asking for a new trial. Even though that request was turned down, the date of their sentencing was moved from October 6 to November 21 because their lawyer said a witness had lied during testimony.

Alex Little of Burr & Forman LLP, the couple’s lawyer, said that the family was “optimistic” about the future after the sentencing because they planned to appeal the charges.

Yesterday was a terrible day for the Chrisley family. But Todd and Julie are strong Christians, and their faith gives them the strength to stand up for what they believe in. During their trial, serious and repeated mistakes were made, like when the government lied to the jury about the couple’s tax obligations. “Because of these problems, we have hope for the future.”

The New York Times says that Todd and Julie will probably go to jail when the new year starts.

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