Welcome to the Gospel of Jesus Christ, previously an Atlanta-based radio broadcast by Bishop Johnny Rutledge. After the Atlanta-based radio station was sold and finally closed, the Bishop archived his recordings and called it a day. Then COVID19 hit, his previous listeners began to message him on Facebook asking him to revive his radio program because "People Need the Word of GOD and Prayer from a Real Man of GOD." This podcast is for listeners that need more than what today's church has to offer. It's for listeners that don't have time for all the religious formalities. It's for those that want to hear the word of GOD without all the fluff. The Gospel of Jesus Christ Podcast with Bishop Johnny Rutledge is all about preaching the word of GOD straight from the bible. Bishop Rutledge preaches the type of messages that change lives. He tells it just like it is. It's the hard and fast truth with prayer--and it works. This podcast is a way for Bishop Johnny Rutledge to reconnect with the faithful listeners of the Gospel of Jesus Christ Atlanta radio broadcast and to introduce new listeners to his past and present messages.
The Gospel of Jesus Christ is one of the most powerful and influential messages in history and is the source of salvation for all who believe. It brings hope, peace, joy, eternal life, grace, and mercy to those who accept it.
But what does it save us from? The Gospel of Jesus Christ saves us from sin and death.
It teaches us that our redemption comes through believing in Him and accepting His sacrifice on the cross as payment for ou...
The origin of peace has been a topic of debate for centuries. Is it something that is inherently within us, or is it something we can obtain through external measures? While the answer to this question may differ depending on who you ask, one thing is certain – the source of peace lies in God's creation before man.
When God first created the earth, He saw that His work was good and peaceful. This initial sense of peace was then tran...
The Word of GOD traditionally falls on deaf ears. Very few have an open ear to GOD.
But, when you have an ear to hear, your life can be changed -- old things are passed away -- things become new. GOD transferred life to Jesus and Jesus transfers life to you. Over time, your life is transformed and made anew.
The hardness of one's heart will cause them not to be moved in the direst circumstances. That's what happened to Pharoh. It wasn't until death came to his house that he was moved to let GODs people go, but it didn't last long.
Listener Request: This is one of Bishop Rutledge's archived messages from an Atlanta-based radio station, which has since closed. In this message, Bishop Rutledge preaches about a father brings his son to Jesus because the disciples could not heal the child. He tells Jesus, "I brought you my son, who is possessed by a spirit that has robbed him of speech. Whenever it seizes him, it throws him to the ground. He foams at the mouth, g...
Listener Request: This is one of Bishop Rutledge's archived messages from an Atlanta-based radio station, which has since closed.
In this message, Bishop Rutledge preaches about Esther, a young Jewish woman living in Persia who becomes queen after King Ahasuerus's wife Vasthi refuses to obey him.
Esther the beautiful was born for such a time as this. After she becomes queen, she sacrifices all to save her people.
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