Miracle Moment – Charlie Rachid


I met Charlie Rachid on the night of his miracle. He was coming out of the medical office treatment room of Dr. Issam Nemeh. He looked like he had been hit by a Mack truck … in a good way!

Charlie had been suffering from both cirrhosis an cancer of the liver. His cancer was end stage. He and his liver were in such bad shape that he didn’t qualify to be put on the liver transplant list. What happened next would stun his doctors.

No Doubt About It – BFL 66


One of our biggest daily enemies is doubt. DoubtWe doubt ourselves. We doubt God. We have that inner voice incessantly talking to us and dragging us down. That inner voice yammering away in our mind has a job to do … create doubt. According to that inner voice, we are too old, too young, not smart enough, not worthy, etc. etc. Our prayers are worthless and let’s face it, we are worthless.

Why do we let that inner voice keep yapping away? Why don’t we stop it? In this episode of Blind Faith Live, I give you a technique to stop that inner voice from taking over and limiting the creation God has made … YOU. It’s yet another battle over our minds. The key is to instantly crush the inner voice that is constantly trying to crush us. Continue reading

Making a Difference…NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams

We feel blessed (and surprised) NBC News.MakingADifferenceto have discovered this post on the NBC NEWS, “Making a Difference” page, featured on the Nightly News with Brian Williams.

“I am so glad that Blind Faith Live and Philip Keller have this recognition. I expect everyone will be listening and hearing these miraculous stories soon. They give us such hope and vital information. I can’t live without this show now and I feel so blessed to have seen Dr. Nemeh on Dr. Oz by chance that day. Or was it?”    — Heidi Willard Taylor

God Wants You to Know – Blind Faith Live 65


Message from GodIt was all there in the early church. Miracles, martyrdom, and an understanding of what life as a Christian was all about. Christians understood that they, like Christ, were reconciling the evil done by the fallen angels. The early Christians knew that it was only a matter of time before the influence of evil would end. Continue reading