For many years, those of us close to the Nemehs have seen the miraculous happen through the prayers of Kathy Nemeh as well as the more publicized cases of Issam Nemeh. Kathy has minimized these events in order to give all the attention to God’s work that is being fulfilled through her husband.
At last, in this episode Peggy McDonald steps forward to relay the story of the day her extremely painful endometriosis was removed with a prayer from Kathy Nemeh.
Many of us have waited, not so patiently, for the signs indicating a shift to a more complete story of this husband-and-wife 1-2 punch.
I know you will enjoy the spirited exchange between the Doctor and Kathy.
Peggy McDonald wanted to die. The pain from her endometriosis was so debilitating, that she just wanted out. For Peggy, the way out began with Kathy Nemeh, with no knowledge of the disorder, placing her hand over Peggy’s intestines and saying “you have a lot going on here.” The pain and all the remnants of the endometriosis fibroids were moments away from departing.
Issam’s Insights with Dr. Issam Nemeh
“Kathy is more spiritual than I am,” says Dr. Nemeh. What does that mean? Why is Kathy now praying alongside Dr. Nemeh at healing services? Why has it taken Kathy fifteen years to be doing what Dr. Nemeh says she should have been doing all along? Is there a difference in their prayers? A different approach? For the observer, there are visible differences.
Road trip! We pay a visit to the former home of stigmatist, Rhoda Wise. In the late 1930’s and through the 1940’s until her death, Jesus and St. Therese, The Little Flower, purportedly appeared several times to Rhoda. Thousands would gather outside the home in Canton, Ohio to watch light pour down from the heavens onto the house and then out through the windows, while Jesus and St. Therese appeared to this woman who carried the painful wounds of Christ. Many miracles are attributed to visits to this home. We talked to Karen Sigler, who now resides in the Wise home and has been a part of this story for the past 32 years.