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Searching for a Miracle – The Barr Sisters Story.
The organ transplant team stood at the hospital room door. They were ready to harvest the organs of Sophia Barr, who had little or no brain activity. Sophia and her sister Sierra had barely survived a horrific car accident. Sierra lay in a deep coma. Tina Barr, the mother of the two teenage sisters, needed a miracle. Kathy and Dr Issam Nemeh began to pray… and the impossible happened.
“Okay Jesus, where are we going today?” With that prayer, Kathy Nemeh begins her day. Today, Kathy comes to the rescue of a beautiful, lost, young woman. The lady wanted alcohol. Kathy handed her something else. The above is an Continue reading →
And the winner is … BFL. There is nothing like a great surprise ending. That is true in books, movies, and of course the miracles that we document here at Blind Faith Live. The Academy Awards provided a stunner! A surprise ending that surpassed all movie Continue reading →
Issam Insights with Dr. Issam Nemeh – Good or Bad Baby?
When do you know if you have a good or bad baby? That is, when exactly does a baby start leaning toward good, or to bad. Is it a completely environmental issue? Does the baby choose if it is going to be good or bad? What does the spirit in us know, and when does it know it? Also, in this episode … Prefigurement. That is, those big moments in the Bible that are repeated. In a more perfect way.
A baby with a Halo? Really? Both parents saw this remarkable event. Kathy Nemeh reveals the story of a little baby with a halo around it’s head! The sign was stunning for the parents of this very sick child.
Kathy Nemeh ran into a doubter while checking out at the grocery store. The man in line behind Kathy had heard the miracle prayer story of Sophia Barr. Hospitalized and brain-dead, Sophia was revived during the prayers of Kathy and Dr. Issam Nemeh. Continue reading →
Issam Insights with Dr. Issam Nemeh
Two of the most difficult words for many of us to say are… ‘I’m sorry.’ If we are not saying these words to Jesus, we will be missing out in the upcoming big event within the church. Continue reading →