She doesn't call out her disgraced brother Josh by name, but there's nothing cryptic about the message Jessa Duggar is sending him today.
By sharing something very interesting on all of her social media accounts, she leaves little doubt as to how she feels about his indiscretions:
Are we reading too much into this? We don't think so.
Jessa linked on Facebook to a sermon entitled:
"The Passions That Prevent Adultery."
Man. Given that Josh admits cheating on Anna Duggar with at least one stripper, and who the heck knows how many more women?
Let's just say adultery is a topical issue in Duggarland right about now. She copies the sermon's whole synopsis into her post, too:
"God cures our heart’s broken desires for sin. When the Bible calls us to live like Christ, it doesn’t merely give us a set of commands."
"The gospel convinces us of something irresistibly true, and then transforms our desires for something new."
"It presents us with something compelling and captivating that changes our minds, and then our hearts."
"That conviction and passion keeps us out of bed with someone who’s not our spouse and rejects a thousand other temptations."
Not only is she not excusing what Josh did, she appears to put his cheating in the context of faith, something ostensibly important to him.
Hard not to see this as a blatant shot at the first-born of the family's 19 Kids and Counting after his astonishing hypocrisy was exposed.
The dominoes are starting to fall in terms of the protective wall the Duggars usually put up around themselves in times of crisis.
Earlier today, Jessa's older sister Jill Duggar addressed the scandal as well - more directly, yet less pointedly at the same time.
Both women were molested by Josh when he was a teen, as revealed in a scandal that is now just part of his epic downfall.
Sure, their criticism could be a lot worse, but the writing is on the wall; Jim Bob and Michelle even called him a great "insult."
As for Anna Duggar's brother and sister Michael and Susanna Keller, they have really not minced words when it comes to Josh.