Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Josh and Anna Celebrate 9 Years


Wishing Josh and Anna Duggar a happy 9th wedding anniversary!

Photo courtesy Josh and Anna Duggar

45 comments:

  1. Happy Anniversary Josh andAnna Duggar.

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  2. Happy Anniversary

    Josh & Anna Duggar

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  3. Congratulations Josh and Anna! God is continuing to heal your marriage. Remember to pray together and for each other. Stay in the Word daily.Put on your spiritual armor! Do not listen to the words of those who will try to crush your spirits. Those are not from God!
    May the Lord bless you with many more years of marriage.
    Blessings from your sister in Christ.

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  4. Congratulations Josh and Anna!!!!

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  5. May God bless you with many More

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  6. Happy Anniversary Josh and Anna!! God Bless you!!

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  7. Happy 9th, Josh & Anna!

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  8. I still feel so sad for Anna, and I don't understand why she isn't strong enough to leave him. I wish them peace and hope for a happier future, together or apart.

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    1. It's because she is strong that she stayed. Faith. It's powerful.

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    2. She is very strong to stay with him!😊

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    3. I don't think it's that she's not strong enough, honestly, I think it takes more strength to stay then to leave. She's doing what she thinks is best for her kids, and herself. I wish her the best.

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    4. I think we need to be careful saying that if someone stays in either an abusive or continual adulterers marriage that it is because they are strong or more faithful then another person who chooses to leave that situation. God says that if a spouse commits adultery they have broken the marriage vow and the other spouse is free. Now if the violated spouse chooses to stay they are free to stay. Either choice you make doesn't make you any less virtuous then the other choice. Not every spouse is going to stop that deviant behavior and it can cost you your life in some cases to stay. My sister and I work with battered and abused women who had they not gotten away would be dead or diseased. There are cases that when someone stays the spouse does straighten up and their marriage although is never the same, it grows beautiful in unexpected areas such as beautiful communication developed and they become like best friends and learn new enjoyment with each other. But people need to know that God loves them and has a good plan for their lives, not a life of broken heartache trying to keep a spouse who does not want to be kept. What would you tell your own child in a situation like this? Why would we expect any less love from our Creator then we would have for our own child in these situations.






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    5. you shouldnt feel sad for anna. she is doing what is in her heart. obviously they love each other or they wouldnt be making it to 9 years!

      besides, anna is one of the strongest women i 'know'. to go through what she's gone thru is hard enough, but to be in the public eye is worse. to forgive and move forward is the hardest thing to do but she has done so with grace. now that's a strong women!

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    6. Some women stay and compartmentalize their hurt and fear and anger so as not to have to deal with it, you know. But that makes them feel numb and hollow inside. I think Anna had too many expectations put upon her to do anything but stay.

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    7. Amen! I agree 100% with 11:54pm

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    8. I agree with 9:53pm. Some women choose to stay and some choose to leave the adulterer. We can never really know why they make the decision that they do. I for one may be able to forgive the adultry but I could never forgive the molestation because I have seen first hand what that does to a child. Everyone is entitled to make their own decisions and then they will have to deal with the consequences. I just know that I would not be able to live with myself if I was the one that brought a molester into a situation where the person molested again. So Anna please be very careful. I wish the best for you.

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  9. Happy Anniversary!
    Keep working on yourselves, your marriage and trusting God all the way. You are in our thoughts n prayers.

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  10. "Congratuations" Anna & Josh ! MAY God bless your marriage. CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR NEW BABY BOY MASON. I LOVE YOUR FAMILY AND YOUR CHILDREN. GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU!!!!!please do not post negative comments

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  11. Wow! I can't believe it's been 9 years already. Congratulations to the beautiful couple.

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  12. Happy Anniversary Josh and Anna!

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  13. happy anniversary josh & anna! i hope there are many good things in store for you this year!

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  14. Happy 9th Anniversary Josh and Anna!!!!!:O))
    May God Richly Bless you both and your precious family always!!!!!:O)))) Love,Nancy from Iowa!

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  15. Happy Anniversary Josh and Anna!!❤ Just wanted to share that my husband and I are also coming up on our 9th anniversary and we're about the same ages of you two. We went through a rocky patch 4 years ago and have come out stronger than ever once we got through. I admire you guys and understand and believe in the power of repentance and forgiveness ❤ it's heartwarming to see how well y'all are doing too.

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    1. Congratulations Laura! I love reading stories like that.

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  16. Happy Anniversary Josh & Anna. I'm glad you made it. I hope you have many more anniversaries. Anna, you are so precious!

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  17. God's grace is wonderful and we don't deserve it most of the time but thank God He is merciful and forgives us WAY MORE than we forgive others! We cannot go to God in prayer, ever, if we have unforgiveness in our heart toward another person because then we are putting ourself above God! May God's blessings and love fill and surround Josh and Anna and each of their children!

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    1. Why was he living a life where he needed to be forgiven?

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    2. "if we have unforgiveness in our hearts, we are putting ourselves before God"? Chapter and verse, please.

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    3. 9:33,we ALL need forgiveness! If we didn't we would be perfect! No person on earth is perfect!

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  18. happy anniversary Josh,and Anna :)love Tammy

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  19. Happy 9th wedding anniversary Josh & Anna,sending my love to you both,have a great time & a wonderful year ahead.xxx

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  20. Congratulations! You guys are truly a blessing and encouragement to those who find themselves in the same situation! Keep up the GOOD work!

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  21. ♫♪ Happy and Blessed Anniversary, Josh and Anna!! ♫♪ :)

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  22. Happy Anniversary to Josh and Anna, May God Bless you and your precious children...Jane

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  23. I am hoping that Anna is never ever taken for granted: a very precious and strong woman.
    The couple should distance themselves from any come back on tv and lead a discreet and quieter life in order to save and protect the rest of their married life together and the happiness of their beautiful children.

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  24. I hope he literally kisses her feet for their anniversary plus many presents and many years of treating her RIGHT, the horrible way he's mistreated his sweet wife.

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  25. Happy anniversary!!

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  26. Honestly, I personally am having a hard time seeing Josh back on the blog. For me, this is not about forgiveness because he didn't wrong me. This is a matter of him reappearing and all the negative images that flood my memory. I'm sure I'm not the only one. They just seem too eager to get back into the public eye and my question is, why?

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    1. I suppose if seeing a member of THEIR family brings negative images to flood YOUR mind, you always have the choice to not look at them. Sounds like you are saying because it bothers YOU, they should shut out and keep out of sight a member of THEIR family that they have chosen to love in spite of it.

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    2. WOW I just do not get how many Christians are so unforgiving. If Anna and Jesus can forgive we certainly should. I for one am very glad to see more of Josh on this blog and hope to see him and family back on the show soon!

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    3. This may come off as being harsh but what I'm going to say is real. I've been reading the comments and most of them are about Josh committing adultry, which he did. I haven't read many comments about him being a molester.
      I was molested by my brother. This happened over 20 years ago and I am still in counseling. So when I read that someone is glad to see a molester I get a sick feeling inside. Maybe people are glad to see him because he did not go to prison like my brother did. I will not speak to or see my brother. I don't allow my children to be anywhere near him. In my counseling sessions it was explained to ne that these people can not be cured. So, yes, they could do it again. I live with that fear everyday. I would appreciate it if someone could explain to me how it could be a good thing to see a molester around children. I just don't understand it, but being a victim I felt the need to speak out and clear the air. I understand that this probably won't be published because people don't like to hear the truth and they don't like it when someone doesn't have glowing things to say about Josh. I just hope someone will have the heart to publish this so everyone will know how the victims feel.

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  27. Went through hurricane Irma and between no power and stress have not been online but so good to read about the Duggars. So happy for Josh and Anna. This marriage and how Anna has walked through the problems is such a testament to God's power. Really pray that Josh and Anna continue to grow in the Lord and have a long and happy marriage. I also just found out that the new season started - wow can't believe I missed Duggar shows.

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