Confirmation from Limbaugh's Friend: Before Rush Died He Accepted Jesus Christ as His Savior
A personal friend of conservative talk radio icon Rush Limbaugh said that the host had completely dedicated his life to Christ before he left this world earlier this month.
In the near two weeks since the death of Limbaugh, nothing has dulled the pain for those of us who listened to him regularly and loved him like family. Aside from being able to still hear his voice on the air through archives, the loss still stings.
Certainly knowing Limbaugh, who turned a young 70 just last month, is no longer fighting the pain for terminal lung cancer is a reprieve when not feeling selfish. But as humans, we’re selfish. We want Rush back. We want him to help act as a guide for us as our country navigates through the treacherous waters ahead. For the first time since 1988 for so many people, he’s not here with us.
But there is reason to rejoice, according to author Joel C. Rosenberg, who spent decades getting to know the man with the golden microphone. Rosenberg, who is the editor-in-chief of All Israel News, recently shared a testimony about how Limbaugh had surrendered his life completely to his faith before his Feb. 17 passing.
When asking the question of how Limbaugh’s incredible career came to be in a post published to his website, Rosenberg borrowed Limbaugh, writing it was that “Talent on loan from God,” which he stated wasn’t simply “a throwaway line” used by Limbaugh.