I’ve been reading a lot and talking to my prayer partner, and I’m persuaded that the trip we’re all on has a goal. The Chrisley Knows Best actor, 49, stated that there is a goal.
She mentioned a chat with her prayer partner and highlighted a Bible text. “She said something to me that caused me to pause and reconsider my position. Mary was a virgin even when she grew pregnant and carried the Messiah. The Bible states that Mary was “completely done” when Mary gave birth to Baby Jesus.
According to Julie, when it comes to her own life, “So I believe, a lot of times, it’s more about our journey getting to where we end up — when we become “fully achieved.”
Julie said later that we need to go back and teach ourselves that there are waiting times in life. Such delays cannot be simply allowed to become delays for waste. We must go through a waiting phase before we may develop.
Todd, 53, continued, “And I feel that the actual progress happens at the deepest part of the anguish.”
In June, Julie and Todd were guilty of bank fraud and tax evasion. Todd will serve 12 years in prison, and Julie will serve seven years. They both received their sentences in November. Both Chrisleys were sentenced to an additional 16 months of probation after being released from prison.
On December 15, Todd and Julie were instructed to appear in a Florida prison on January 17.
The Chrisleys were found guilty, although they still maintain their innocence. According to a source, the Chrisleys thought the judge used them as an “example.”
The source stated, “They’ve really been relying into their faith to help them through.”