Philip Keller (Trapper Jack) turned on WKYC-TV, Cleveland, only to find medical reporter, Monica Robins, filing a story on a shrinking 24-year-old named Kaitlynn Heinl. It took more than 50 doctors a total of twelve years to figure out why Kaitlynn Heinl was down to 65 pounds. Only 400 others had ever been diagnosed with SMA, a terminal congenital digestive disorder. Eating 30,000 calories a day was no match for this disease. Kaitlynn, sporting a new ‘fearless’ wrist tattoo, continued to lose weight. SMA was slow-motion death.
Keller saw in Kaitlynn a loving young woman who had an unusual level of acceptance in God’s will. He saw someone definitely subject to a miracle. It was just a matter of convincing the starving young woman to see Dr. Issam Nemeh, the physician of unshakable faith. He prays, things happen. Amazing things happen.
Issam Insights with Dr. Issam Nemeh
Dr. Nemeh once again points out that when we connect to the heavenly laws that are available to us, all things are possible. The invisible becomes visible. For Kaitlynn to be healed, it would require dead nerve endings to come back to life. And, they did.