Without a Shroud of Doubt – Blind Faith Live 39


Miracle Moment – Here are three pictures depicting the Shroud Positiveimage of Jesus Christ. The first is the Man in the Shroud, from the Shroud of Turin, believed to be the burial cloth of Jesus Christ.
Shroud Enhanced The second, with the help of a computer, is the very same image with the wounds removed and the characteristics enhanced.

The third image was painted by a young Lithuanian American, Akiane Kramarik, who Jesus has appeared to. Jesus by Akiane KramarikBoth Dr. Issam Nemeh and the boy depicted in the movie “Heaven Is For Real,” Colton Burpo, say this is the closest depiction of any picture they have ever seen of Jesus Christ.

David Onysko is one of the foremost experts on the Shroud of Turin. He shares with us the latest scientific findings on what many experts believe to be the burial cloth of Jesus Christ. All the signs of the crucifixion are there, including the crown of thorns and the spear wound in the side. Most interestingly, though, is the image of the man imprinted into the cloth in a way that has never been duplicated. The moment of resurrection appears to be left for us to see.
(Segment begins at 3 minutes)

Heaven Is For Real – Good Friday is the opening day for the movie, “Heaven Is For Real“. The book is incredible. If the movie is just half as good… Young Colton Burpo experiences Jesus Christ and heaven while undergoing surgery at the age of four. He came back from heaven knowing the unknowable. I have a clip from the movie.
(Segment begins at 25 minutes)

Holy Fire – The Miracle of the Holy Fire will occur again this Saturday. Every year, the day before Orthodox Easter, inside the tomb of Jesus Christ, a mist of fire coats the slab of stone where Jesus Christ’s body laid. That fire will light candles that are held by thousands of believers. Ever heard this story? For us Christians, especially in the United States, I believe it’s the Greatest Story Never Told.
(Segment begins at 31 minutes)

Issam’s Insight – When did Jesus know that he was God? When did he know that he would die on the cross? Did he always know? Dr. Nemeh explains how the most painful aspect of the crucifixion was that for the first time, Jesus was disconnected from his Father. It wasn’t until the crucifixion that Satan fully understood who this man was. Evil’s influence on this world was immediately changed at the moment of Christ’s death. This segment is extremely powerful and informative!
(Segment begins at 37 minutes)

Here are the links that are mentioned in this podcast:

Akiane Kramarik website:

????????????David Onysko website and email address:

Shroud Documentary

Miracle of the Holy Fire

Heaven Is For Real


God’s Breadcrumbs

Frankly PhilipOn Tuesday, I will publish what is perhaps the most powerful Blind Faith Live to date. Episode 39 will feature so many of God’s breadcrumbs that help us, even those with the tiniest levels of faith, find the truth in Christ.
Included in the podcast will be the latest scientific evidence on the Shroud of Turin, believed by many to be the burial cloth of Jesus Christ. You will be totally captivated by Shroud expert, David Onysko, as he chronicles the nail wounds, crown of thorns, spear wound, and the un-duplicable sign of the resurrection that is imprinted on this one-of-a-kind burial cloth.

The greatest story never told will also be highlighted…the miracle of the Holy Fire. This is a supernatural event that will occur again, as it always does, Easter morning at the tomb of Christ.
Good Friday is also the release day of the movie, “Heaven Is For Real,” the true story of a little boy who spent a few minutes in heaven, only to return with the most dazzling information about Jesus Christ, God the Father, the Holy Spirit, Blessed Mother Mary, deceased relatives, Satan, and confirmation of passages in the Bible.

Dr. Issam Nemeh, the physician of unshakable faith, will tie all of this together with his inspired commentary on what happened at the exact moment of Christ’s death, as well as what happened to Lucifer at that very same moment.

Plus, we will show you three pictures of Jesus depicting exactly what He looks like.

God’s breadcrumbs are everywhere! He is making it so easy for us to follow the trail to Paradise.

See you at Episode 39!

God bless.


The Grace of Pictures – Blind Faith Live 38


GracieMiracle Moment – for five years, a now 12-year-old girl has suffered from a malignant brain tumor. Gracie Venzor, following the lead of her dad Bob, brought a picture of the girl to a Dr. Issam Nemeh healing service. As we have documented numerous times, the pictures help us focus our healing intention. The end result was the same. The malignant tumor is now gone. Neither the girl or her family knew a prayer was being spoken. It didn’t matter. God heard the prayer and did the work. Listen as Gracie, age 23, tells of her deepening faith.
(Segment begins at 8 minutes)

Issam’s Insight – was there ever a calling for Issam Nemeh to be a priest? How does the Holy Spirit convey to Dr. Nemeh what the person standing in front of him needs at his moment of prayer?
(Segment begins at 27 minutes)

Also in this Episode…
* Noah, the movie may not be biblically accurate, but it does open the door to a better understanding of how the Holy Spirit communicates to us.
* My visit to a major league baseball play-by-play booth.
* Rhonda Reader receives a ‘message’.

“Cut!…Say, Noah baby…in this scene, I need you to go a little nutty!” –God

Russell CroweBy Hollywood standards, ‘Noah’ is just too boring a plot. Wicked world, everybody should die (except one guy and his family), build a boat, flood the world, drain, family and critters start again. The end. Roll credits.

The original story cost $87 in lumber and a few visits to Home Genesis Depot. If you’re going to spend $130 million and get Russell Crowe to be in the movie, you have to improve the plot. The director obviously felt that there needed to be an adversary at every turn. Let’s not only have people fight to get on the boat as the rains come, but hey, how about if someone actually does get on board? How about we throw in some fallen Angels that are made out of boulders? And what if we make Noah a little cuckoo at the end?

Fact is, I liked the movie. Interesting story. Not the real thing, but a nice story. They made the conscious decision to leave potentially hundreds of millions of dollars on the table by NOT playing to the Bible crowd. Financially dumb.

How’s Your Boat?

If God asked you to build a boat, would you? God asks all of us to build a boat. Noah’s message from God may have been a bit more grand than most of our messages from God, but it boils down to that, it was just a message. First, you have to hear the message. You have to be open, still, and waiting. Always alert and listening. We all get pushes to do things. Some are from God, and some are from us. Which one’s which? Which ones do you act on? That takes practice. Noah was apparently practiced enough, that in the words of the movie Jaws, “You’re going to need a bigger boat”, seemed doable. It takes practice to listen.

That’s where ‘signs’ come in handy. Even Noah in the movie got his signs. A few raindrops here and there that immediately popped up flowers, etc. The signs will help you make sure you are on the right track.

If I Had a Hammer…

Then, the critical part…to act. Without acting, the message that God has singled out for you specifically, means nothing. It’s called following the Holy Spirit. When we are doing so, the feeling of peace and joy is irrefutable. The task may be immense. But somehow, as each piece is revealed in the order in which we need to hear it, it’s doable. God knows who we are and what we can handle at any given time. He’s a rather experienced Director. He’ll yell “Cut!” until we catch up. He waits, he pushes, he’s on our side and he wants us to get it right. It serves Him.

Good luck with your movie!

God bless.