Rush Limbaugh makes stunning announcement about prayer he's received
"Iâ€™m thinking there are more prayers for me in this country than can be counted, than can be tabulated. And I just am confident as heck that they matter, that theyâ€™re effective. So please accept this as an ongoing and neverending thank you to everybody."
The radio legend went on to assure everyone that he likely would see whatever had been sent to him, even if he was unable to personally respond in a timely manner.
Limbaugh proceeded to share a little bit of the details of what he was going through as part of dealing with cancer, saying he hadn't officially begun treatment just yet....
Some people cannot believe anything that Rush Limbaugh cannot be truthful because of his wealthy. I guess you could say that Abraham was also an untruthful person because he had a lot of money, so much so that he had to stop his farming to gather his workers to fight against armies that his family got into trouble. Also, wealth people can use their monies to build hospitals and churches and missions.
Theology for the Suffering "Yet, studying the lives of eminent men, Spurgeon came to the conclusion that those who never have to push through the waves of difficulty never grow in strength and maturity like those who do. Those who live in the lap of luxury and never experience the discipline of trouble tend always to be more frail and feeble in their faith. On the whole, therefore, â€śit is good for a man to bear the yoke; good for a man to breast the billows; good for a man to pass through fire and through water, and so to learn sublime lessons.â€ť7 Trouble can strengthen, and trouble can reveal the work that needs to be done in us. Tears, Spurgeon discovered through experience, can clear the eye so that we see with an improved vision and perspective. Losses reveal the insufficiency of all the things around us that we cherish, enabling us to appreciate the all-sufficiency of Christ more.
Being a pastor, he was sensitively aware of how to give such theology to people who are in the throes of pain. The ways a believer can profit from suffering cannot be trotted out coolly to those who are reeling and weeping." (crossway.org)