Jill Duggar shares cryptic quote about 'bad times' as disgraced older brother Josh awaits child pornography trial

JILL Duggar shared a cryptic quote about "bad times" ahead of her disgraced brother Josh's child pornography trial.

Counting On alum Josh, 33, will face trial on November 30 after being arrested in April for "receiving and possessing child pornography". 

And just days before the trial, Jill gave fans a glimpse into her mood with the telling post she shared on her Instagram Stories on Wednesday.

The quote read: "And the God of good times, is still God in the bad times.

"And God of the day, is still God of the night."

The reality star appears to be laying low and hasn't yet posted about any Thanksgiving celebrations with husband Derick Dillard and their sons Israel and Samuel.

Jill revealed earlier this week: "I think we are gonna have a late night of prep

"We still have pies to bake and food to prep over here, but we have crafts happening, diffuser going and good ole southern gospel music playing!"

Back in April, her older brother Josh pleaded not guilty to two child pornography counts.

He was accused of possessing sick images of child pornography that were "the worst of the worst" that authorities had ever seen.


Homeland Security special agent Gerald Faulkner said in May that downloads made from a specific file were "in the top five of the worst of the worst that I've ever had to examine".

It has been said that Josh's trial could last until December 3. 

The Sun exclusively revealed from court papers that the state plans to use his past molestation scandal, which he was never charged for, at the trial and is asking the court for permission.

In 2015, a police report was published that revealed his dad Jim Bob confessed to local authorities that Josh fondled the breasts and genitals of five young girls while they were asleep in the family home back in 2006. 

The state plans to use the police report at trial, as it shows his alleged “sexual interest in young girls.”

Josh is on home confinement until his trial and is living with third party custodians LaCount and Maria Reber, who are longtime friends of the Duggar family.


He has unlimited access to his children with wife Anna present.

Anna – who welcomed their seventh child this month – was accused of "smirking" as she left court with Josh back in September.

The Sun exclusively revealed that she "is convinced Josh will soon be free and able to raise his kids".

A source has since told The Sun exclusively that Anna is "extremely confident" her husband will not be jailed.

"Anna is convinced Josh will be a free man soon and be able to raise their kids, she should be worried she's going to be alone with seven children, but she isn't," they said.

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