Science Proves God … Again – BFL 149


Science Proves GodScience proves God. The documented scientific evidence is overwhelming. Yet, it can seem to churchgoers that these proofs are to be kept a secret. Stories of heaven and earth colliding are numerous, but speaking of them from the pulpit remains sketchy at best.

Issam Insights with Dr. Issam Nemeh
*CNN showed the baby moving within our Lady of Guadalupe.
*Why do the fallen angels want our souls?
*How do dreams connect us spiritually?
*Would you allow a microchip in your brain?

Miracle MomentLenore Charnigo
Lenore Charnigo has watched bones move and mend while Dr. Issam Nemeh prayed. She has also seen the symptoms of her Type 1 Diabetes disappear.

3 thoughts on “Science Proves God … Again – BFL 149

  1. Fascinating Philip! I’m always amazed when I listen! Frankly, I’ve often been frustrated that Priests don’t talk more about the documented miracles. As a matter of fact, I don’t recall a priest ever talking about miracles other than Father Blount when he was a guest speaker at a conference and Father Meyer. Father Meyer is awesome..glad he is a Hoosier!

  2. Your podcasts are what I look forward to every week. I’m sure there are many others and not just me who’s excited to hear your podcasts everytime. You may not hear their or our feedbacks all the time but you and Dr. Nemeh made our lives so much better and happier and made our hearts more loving. God bless you more.

  3. And I always wondered with the shroud if the blood had been typed and found it interesting, with the hosts that have bled, that the type was AB. I’d love to know, why AB? AB is rare, and is also the universal recipient … I found this answer and it makes sense:
    “…So how is it that the rarest blood type is also the one that is a universal recipient? The answer lies in the antigens that are present in most blood types. O blood types are unique in that they have no antigens, A blood types have an antigen that is specific and unique to A blood, as do B blood types. The AB blood type means that both of the antigens for A and B blood are both present.

    Since both A and B antigens are present in a person with AB blood, the recipient won’t reject the blood. The body identifies that blood as “self” rather than “foreign”. O blood has no antigens, and is referred to as universal donor blood, so that will not cause a reaction. So a person with AB blood has all of the antigens that are possible, and an O negative person has no antigens that would cause a reaction…”

    So when we receive the Eucharist our body recognizes it as its own….

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