Searching for a Miracle – The Barr Sisters Story Updated

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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.

Pray for Me

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Issam Insights with Dr. Issam Nemeh
When did we start asking others to pray for us? Why not just go straight to God? Dr. Issam Nemeh explores the topic of intercessory prayer. What is the point of asking a saint or a friend to pray for us? Continue reading

We Win the Big Game, Right? – BFL 184

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Bulletin … We win.
Maybe we need to remind ourselves of this. We have a game going on and it’s almost over. The good vs evil struggle is now in the latter stages. The song that bubbled up in Philip Keller’s head this week reminds us that the good guys win. It’s almost like Jesus Continue reading

Am I the Missing Piece to the Family Puzzle? – BFL 170

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BFL_Missing PieceAm I the Missing Piece?
We all desire a perfect family. Love, closeness, and harmony 24/7 is the ideal picture. Of course, the reality is always some level of dysfunction.
The most heartfelt healing at a recent Dr. Nemeh healing service was that which was Continue reading

The Holy Spirit is Not in Every ‘Christian’ – BFL 168

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Holy Spirit is Not in Every ChristianNot in Every ‘Christian’
Just because we call ourselves Christians, does not mean that the Holy Spirit dwells in us. Dr. Issam Nemeh provides new insights into what makes a real Christian. Continue reading

Any More Questions? – BFL 164

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any more questionsAny More Questions?
“All the questions have already been answered on the podcast” – Dr. Issam Nemeh.

So, are we done? Not quite. But the point is well taken. The Blind Faith Live podcast and Continue reading