Issam Insights with Dr. Issam Nemeh
- What is the next step when God seems to be denying us our miracle?
- Why is Dr. Nemeh also suffering physically on a daily basis?
- What is the narrow gate to heaven that Jesus talks about?
Philip Keller’s message delivered at a recent Healing Service:
I saw a movie a while back called, “Boyhood”. At the end of the movie, the mom, after years of struggle and suffering, looks back on her life and says something that I think a lot of people can relate to. “I just thought there would be more,” and she cries.
‘I just thought there would be more’. That stung me. Because I realize, that if you are truly just part of this physical world, and your ‘spiritual switch’ is not on, that is exactly what life can feel like. No matter how many times Continue reading
“Hey God, after all I’ve done for you, why must I still suffer?”
First, we must remember that Jesus told us that the ruler of this world is Lucifer. If we understand that, and that our job in this life is to mute the influence of a fallen angel, by suffering through this world and dying a believer in Christ, we begin to see the blessings in our suffering.
It’s interesting that the woman who is highlighted in our Miracle Moment, from the age of three, wanted to be a suffering saint. Indeed, she has suffered with a debilitating disease, but has continued to show the joy and peace of Jesus Christ to others.
Miracle Moment – Veronica Chism has been leveled by Guillain-Barré Syndrome. The disease attacks the nerves throughout the body, and can be fatal when it affects the lungs and heart. Veronica has been in a wheelchair for the last three years and on oxygen 24/7 for the past year. Since coming to a healing service in Cincinnati, Ohio, two weeks ago, her turnaround has been remarkable.
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