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‘Through human history, the only innocence is within the innocent one… Christ.’ – Dr. Issam Nemeh
Once again, Philip Keller had a song playing in his mind. This time he needed the help of Dr. Issam Nemeh in spiritualizing the lyrics. It is the Don Henley song, ‘The End of Innocence.’
Philip wonders if this passage means something for the U.S.A. …
But this is the end
This is the end of the innocence
O beautiful, for spacious skies
But now those skies are threatening
They’re beating plowshares into swords
For this tired old man that we elected king
Armchair warriors often fail
And we’ve been poisoned by these fairy tales
For Dr. Nemeh, the clue is in the title of the song. “The end of the innocence means the church is gone.” It is another sign that Christ will soon be coming for His church.
Issam Insights part two delves into a supernatural area that may have you scratching your head. Why would God allow Dr. Nemeh to hear other people’s private conversations? Especially when those conversations are about Dr. Nemeh.
Siblings, Janet Mecsko and Joe Fink, received healings beyond their wildest imagination at a Dr. Issam Nemeh healing service. Janet has been on antibiotics for 30 years because of continual UTIs. During those 30 years, if Janet was ever off her medication for even a few days, she would become ill. It’s been weeks since Jenna took her medication. “I feel great,” says Janet. Add to that, the disappearance of Janet’s gluten sensitivity and a mass that was in her lungs and Janet has hit the trifecta!
All the indicators said that Joe Fink was dealing with prostate cancer. The Gleason score, MRI, and blood tests said so. Following the Dr. Nemeh healing service, the biopsy from the prostate was surprisingly benign.
Bonus: Philip Keller is interviewed on the School of Podcasting by Dave Jackson. There is plenty of talk about the ‘Invisible Sky Buddy,’ and something that Philip has never admitted on the Blind Faith Live podcast.
Just keep talking about it. I have tried to keep spreading what I have learned and witnessed myself with Dr Nemeh. Keep talking to plant those seeds. It’s all about Jesus, and this message will find its way:)
I still can not find many people who believe me, because of the fact the story of Dr Isaam and thousands of miracles even without meeting him is “stranger than fiction”.