The man who saved AM Radio. Divorced 3 times. Addicted to Oxycotin. Recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
And yet not long before he died, he gave his life to Jesus.
Joel Rosenberg shares more and this quote from Rush
It’s tough to realize that the days where I do not think I’m under a death sentence are over.
Now, we all are, is the point.
We all know that we’re going to die at some point, but when you have a terminal disease diagnosis that has a time frame to it, then that puts a different psychological and even physical awareness to it.
You know, I wake up every day and thank God that I did. I go to bed every night praying I’m gonna wake up. I don’t know how many of you do that, those of you who are not sick, those of you who are not facing something like I and countless other millions are.
But it’s a blessing when you wake up. It’s a stop-everything-and-thank-God moment….
the only thing that any of us are certain of is right now, today.
That’s why I thank God every morning when I wake up.
I thank God that I did. I try to make it the best day I can no matter what. I don’t look too far ahead. I certainly don’t look too far back.
I try to remain committed to the idea what’s supposed to happen, will happen when it’s meant to. I mentioned at the outset of this — the first day I told you — that I have personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
It is of immense value, strength, confidence, and that’s why I’m able to remain fully committed to the idea that what is supposed to happen will happen when it’s meant to.
There’s some comfort in knowing that some things are not in our hands. There’s a lot of fear associated with that, too, but there is some comfort. It’s helpful… God, is it helpful. It’s helpful to be able to trust and to believe in a higher plan.
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