The Whitney Houston song, I Want to Dance with Somebody, inspired Philip Keller into a montage of Miracle Moments. The ‘dance’ occurs with each person Dr. Nemeh prays for at a healing service.
Richard Deville received partial healings for years. Once again, when Richard’s mindset changed, as is one of the key lessons learned here at Blind Faith Live, the healing of his degenerative disc disease became complete.
Lenore Charnigo has watched bones move while Dr. Issam Nemeh prayed. She has also seen the symptoms of her Type 1 Diabetes disappear.
Charlene Kalo and Kathy Kuack never cease telling their miracle stories. They love reflecting the Light. They are also examples of being the one in ten who are healed, and come back to discover who Jesus really is.
Here is the video we produced to tell their story. We hope that you enjoy it and share it with friends and family!
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.
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 →
Back from the Brink
Dr. Issam Nemeh’s ability to recognize that the spirit of Sophia Barr was still within her, even while diagnosed brain dead, kept the organ harvesting team at bay. “The spirit is behind life. The spirit is the essence,” says Dr. Nemeh. Doctors and nurses watched in Continue reading →
Miracle Moment – Pancreatic Cancer Healed
At a Dr. Issam Nemeh healing service, Carol Zore-Laurie placed into the prayer basket the name of a neighbor who was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. The friend had been Continue reading →