“Angels are like God’s brain cells.” – Dr. Issam Nemeh
What would you like to know about angels? Dr. Issam Nemeh, in this week’s Issam Insights, ventures deep into the purpose of angels and why God created them in the first place. Ever wonder about their wings? Do angels actually need wings to fly? Hardly. Dr. Nemeh discusses the higher purpose of an angel’s wings. This is an area that you have never heard discussed before. Also, just how involved can they become when they are given the duty of being our guardian angel? And what does Dr. Nemeh mean when he says that the Angels are like God’s brain cells?
Peggy Glenn has dealt with a rare form of muscular dystrophy for almost 40 years. The attack of the disease has primarily focused on Peggy’s shoulders. On a few visits to Dr Nemeh, she has received incremental improvement. But, at this week’s healing service, Peggy was the recipient of an extra dose of God’s healing.
I just received a note in my inbox from God. He wants to know, “where are all the men?” Say what? Why is Dr. Issam Nemeh stating, “the attack is on the woman. Manhood is sick right now.” So, what’s the problem? What’s the big deal if a man wants to stay home and Continue reading →
Dr. Issam Nemeh and Kathy Nemeh answer podcast listener questions for one hour in this episode. Everything from miracles, faith, the ups and downs of the church, angels, saints, plus heaven, hell, and purgatory. We add in a dash of Kathy Nemeh humor and we are left with a highly entertaining and informative episode of Blind Faith Live.
Dr. Issam Nemeh, the physician of unshakable faith, looked out at the handful of individuals remaining at the Virginia healing service, “Is there anybody else who would like a prayer?” Dr. Gary Klein glanced at his wife, Kim. They gave each Continue reading →
Our Blessed Mother sent buckets of water into this podcast episode. It was one of her gentle nudges to one of our listeners. Thankfully, our listener is open to heavenly signs that will redirect her life. Is there someone you know that could use a similar nudge? Continue reading →