Cancer Cure?

CBS’s Early Show host, Harry Smith interviews John Kanzlus who invented a radio-wave machine that kills cancer cells. Lesley Stahl does even longer interview for 60 Minutes. Others: Dr. Steven Curley; Cancer Research Foundation; radio waves;

Cancer Machine Shows Promise

John Kanzius, a cancer patient, invented a machine that uses radio waves to kill cancer cells. Harry Smith speaks with Mr. Kanzius and Dr. Steven Curley, who is testing the device.

Has John Kanzlus invented a device that will cure cancer? Yes…maybe. It shows great promise says, Dr. Steven Curley. Harry Smith of CBS Early Show is impressed. Watch this video and you will be to.

Be sure and watch the second video below: It features longer interview with Mr. Kanzius and Lesley Stahl of 60 Minutes with more details about this remarkable invention.

 

 

 

 CBS Interview

 

 

Please watch the video below for more information about this amazing invention.

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Cancer Killing Machine

By Ron English

John Kanzius was an unlikely inventor of a device that kills cancer cells using radio waves. Unlikely? You see he is not a doctor. In fact, he never graduated from college. He was, however, destined to become an American inventor. Growing up he built a ham radio from scratch. He learned about radio waves. Early on he was exposed to a radio wave that immediately heated up a coin in his pocket quickly burning his leg. He filed this experience away in his mind for another day. That day would arrive years later when he was tagged with a terminal case of B-cell Leukemia.

John was at M. D. Anderson Research Center undergoing treatment for his cancer. There he met young patients with various degrees of cancer and most, he thought, would suffer through the ravages of chemotherapy and many would, no doubt, die. He though there has to be a better way to fight cancer.

When Mr. Kanzius left the hospital he returned home. Uncomfortable from the chemo treatments and unable to sleep, he focused his thoughts on finding a better way to fight cancer. He found some odds and ends in his kitchen cabinets and garage. His mind took him back to the days when he built his own ham radio. He thought about radio waves. He remembered the coin heating up in his pocket. He had his clue. Radio waves can cure cancer? Yes…maybe! He set out to prove it.

He built a prototype of his invention in his garage. His wife at one time thought he was loosing his sanity. But soon she and others would consider this man just might be on to something big. He was. His new invention worked. It worked big. Bigger than anything he might first have imagined.

Back in Houston at the Cancer Center he met Dr. Steven Curley, the lead cancer researcher. As luck would have it, or as some might say, providentially, Dr. Curley was also treating Nobel Prize winner, Dr. Richard Smalley, for leukemia. Dr. Smalley, among his many honors, was one of the recipients of the 1996 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. This man did outstanding work and research on nanotechnology and nanoparticles. Dr. Smalley provided the nanoparticles that Dr. Curley used to prove the Kanzius machine would actually kill cancer cells. The particles were inserted inside a cancer cell of a rabbit and the radio waves used to heat them. Dr. Smalley died a few days after providing the particles, but not before Dr. Curley reported to him the first experiment worked. Dr. Smalley was excited at the possibilities of all this.

Research is taking place in two universities. The M. D. Anderson Cancer Research Center in Houston which is part of the University of Texas headed up by Dr. Curley. The other is being done by Dr. David Geller leading a team studying the Kanzius’ RF cancer treatment at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. The work done by Dr. Geller and team corroborate the findings from the Texas group.

Harry Smith, CBS’s Early Show and Lesley Stahl of CBS’s 60 Minutes each did a segment on John and his cancer killing machine invention. These TV programs set the nation buzzing about this new idea to attack cancer. You can watch a replay of both videos on my website.

I suggest any who are interested go to the John Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation site and see how this man’s dream developed. Sadly, John died on Wednesday, February 18, 2009. His death came at a time when his beloved invention was entering final testing stages on animals and soon, we believe, approval will be won to start human trials. Complications from one of the very diseases his new invention will most likely be used to cure, leukemia, snuffed out his life.

Death did not take this remarkable man before he had helped raise a good bit of money to launch his new invention attracting the attention of the lead researcher at M. D. Anderson Cancer Research Center who believes this device is the most exciting news he has heard of in 20 years of research.

The day I write this, May 12, 2009, Dr. Steven Curley is in Washington meeting with the FDA for talks that may jump-start human testing. The early test made on rabbits, rats and other lab tests have been successful. Will John Kanzius be the missing link the world has been waiting on for the cure of this dreaded disease? Possibly. We should all pray for Drs. Curley and Geller.   This article salutes the memory of John Kanzius and Dr. Richard Smalley. Both of these men died much too soon from a common health enemy, leukemia.

Unlike so many possible cures we hear mentioned on TV that always seem to require years and years of further research John Kanzius machine is being perfected right now. Test are being done today. Perhaps human testing next year. We may be on the verge of the greatest breakthrough on curing cancer this world has known.

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Classic Songs and Hymns

Think of all the wonderful doctrines of Scripture that are so meaningful to you and to the Christian churches.  Long before we memorize the verses and recite them to others we tend to sing them from the great hymns of our faith.  Songs & Hymns is here to remind you of the importance of singing in our worship and praise to God.  We owe a debt to the hymn writers who have carefully captured the weighty doctrines of the Bible and translated them into easy to sing lyrics.   We shall not attempt to name all the great songs and hymns that have impacted our lives–the list would be too long, but here we post a few to whet your spiritual appetite for song and verse.    I have added several other favorites to this short list.   By the way, here is a site where you can review many, many more hymns  and songs: http://my.homewithgod.com/heavenlymidis/hymns.html

Do you love the doctrine of the cross?  Then reflect on the hymn of William Cowper–There is a Fountain. Here is a song so filled with doctrine you will find it difficult to exhaust its deep meanings.    How about George Bennard’s The Old Rugged Cross? What Christian has not wept as that message in song penetrated their heart?  Another is Isaac Watts’ At the Cross.  What about the resurrection?  Surely Robert Lowry’s Christ Arose! has made many saints of old shout praises unto the Lord.

Low in the grave He lay, Jesus my Savior,
Waiting the coming day, Jesus my Lord!

    Refrain
    Up from the grave He arose,
    With a mighty triumph o’er His foes,
    He arose a Victor from the dark domain,
    And He lives forever, with His saints to reign.
    He arose!  He arose!
    Hallelujah!  Christ arose!
I love that song.  Why don’t you see if you can sing it right now.  Go ahead–you know it.  Oh, the joy singing to God these blessed songs of our faith.  Here’s another song filled and overflowing with doctrine–One Day. This hymn was written by a famous preacher, pastor-evangelist–J. Wilburn Chapman.   He greatly influenced Billy Sunday.  Look at his words and count the doctrines:
  • One day when heaven was filled with His praises,
    One day when sin was as black as could be,
    Jesus came forth to be born of a virgin,
    Dwelt among men, my Example is He!

      Chorus
      Living, He loved me; dying, He saved me;
      Buried He carried my sins far away;
      Rising, He justified freely forever;
      One day He’s coming – O glorious day!
  • One day they led Him up Calvary’s mountain,
    One day they nailed Him to die on the tree;
    Suffering anguish, despised and rejected:
    Bearing our sins, my Redeemer is He!
  • One day they left Him alone in the garden,
    One day He rested, from suffering free;
    Angels came down over His tomb to keep vigil;
    Hope of the hopeless, my Savior is He!

    One day the grave could conceal Him no longer,
    One day the stone rolled away from the door;
    Then He arose, over death He had conquered;
    Now is ascended, my Lord evermore!

    One day the trumpet will sound for His coming,
    One day the skies with His glories will shine;
    Wonderful day, my beloved One bringing;
    Glorious Savior, this Jesus is mine!

Let us not forget the works of an old slave trader, John Newton.  His life story is colorful, sad and eventful.  Look him up and learn of his story.  However, we shall refer to a bit of his creativity, Amazing Grace.   We all recognize this remarkable hymn by the opening line of the song, but do you know the original title?  Faith’s Review and Expectation. For one, I am glad the title changed to the one we know and love.
Amazing Grace
    Amazing Grace!  How sweet the sound
    that saved a wretch like me!
    I once was lost but now am found,
    was blind but now I see.
    ‘Twas Grace that taught my heart to fear
    and grace my fears relieved;
    how precious did that grace appear
    the hour I first believed.

Through many dangers, toils and snares
I have already come;
‘Tis grace hath brought me safe thus far,
and grace will lead me home.

When we’ve been there ten thousand years
bright shinning as the sun,
We’ve no less days to sing God’s Praise
than when we first begun!

Here’s another hymn that has challenged Christians down through the long years.  Am I a Soldier of The Cross? written by Isaac Watts.  He didn’t stop there.  Who has not enjoyed singing and hearing sung, Joy to the World and When I Survey the Wondrous Cross?  These and some 700 others were penned by this prolific hymn master.

Am I a Soldier of The Cross?

    Am I a soldier of the cross,
    A follower of the Lamb,
    And shall I fear to own His cause,
    Or blush to speak His Name?
    Must I be carried to the skies
    On flowery beds of ease,
    While others fought to win the prize,
    And sailed through bloody seas?
    Are there no foes for me to face?
    Must I not stem the flood?
    Is this vile world a friend to grace,
    To help me on to God?
    Sure I must fight if I would reign;
    Increase my courage, Lord.
    I’ll bear the toil, endure the pain,
    Supported by Thy Word.
    Thy saints in all this glorious war
    Shall conquer, though they die;
    They see the triumph from afar,
    By faith’s discerning eye.
    When that illustrious day shall rise,
    And all Thy armies shine
    In robes of victory through skies,
    The glory shall be Thine.
    • Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine!
      O what a foretaste of glory divine!
      Heir of salvation, purchase of God,
      Born of His Spirit, washed in His blood.
      • Refrain
        This is my story, this is my song,
        Praising my Savior, all the day long;
        This is my story, this is my song,
        Praising my Savior, all the day long.
        Have we trials and temptations?  Is there trouble anywhere?
        We should never be discouraged; take it to the Lord in prayer.
        Can we find a friend so faithful?  Who will all our sorrows share?
        Jesus knows our every weakness; take it to the Lord in prayer!Are we weak and heavy laden, cumbered with a load of care?
        Precious Savior, still our refuge, take it to the Lord in prayer.
        Do your friends despise, forsake you?  Take it to the Lord in prayer!
        In His arms He’ll take and shield you; you will find a solace there.Blessed Savior, Thou hast promised, Thou wilt all our burdens bear.
        May we ever, Lord, be bringing all to Thee in earnest prayer.
        Soon in glory bright unclouded, there will be no need for prayer. Rapture, praise and endless worship will be our sweet portion there.
    • Perfect submission, perfect delight,
      Visions of rapture now burst on my sight;
      Angels descending bring from above
      Echoes of mercy, whispers of love.

      Perfect submission, all is at rest;
      I in my Savior am happy and blest,
      Watching and waiting, looking above,
      Filled with His goodness, lost in His love.

      Joseph Scriven was an unusal man who loved his Lord.  Devoutly religious, he gave freely of what money he had, even giving his own clothig and services to those poorer than himself who needed them.  His fiancée drowned in 1845, the night before they were to be married. The grief-stricken young man moved to Canada. There he again fell in love, was due to be married and the young woman suddenly fell ill of pneumonia and died. He then devoted the rest of his life to helping others. After spending the evening with others, he disappeared one night and his body was found in the water nearby.

      He wrote a poem to comfort his mother called “Pray Without Ceasing”. It was later set to music and renamed by Charles C. Converse, becoming the hymn “What a Friend We Have in Jesus“.

      What a Friend We Have in Jesus

      What a Friend we have in Jesus, all our sins and griefs to bear!
      What a privilege to carry everything to God in prayer!
      O what peace we often forfeit, O what needless pain we bear,
      All because we do not carry everything to God in prayer.

Most good hymn books have a good selection of songs written by Fanny Crosby (Did you know her middle name was Jane?). She lost her eyesight shortly after birth because of a health accident. She was a life-long Methodist and wrote over 8,000 songs. One of her great hymns is: Blessed Assurance

 

    Solid Rock (My Hope is Built on Nothing Less) By Edward Mote

    Edward Mote: Did you ever hear of him?  You probably have joined in on one of his lovely songs, “My Hope Is Built.”  Also known as “Solid Rock.”  Rev. Mote was born in January 21, 1797 and died November 13, 1874–77 fruitful years.  His early years were spent in the cabinetry business.  Later in life he became a Baptist pastor and served 26 Years at Horsham, Sussex.  He was a popular pastor and so well-loved that his congregation offered him the title to the church building.  Listen to what he said to that offer: “I do not want the chapel, I only want the pulpit; and when I cease to preach Christ, then turn me out of that.”    Interesting thing about this song, My Hope is Built–the day he wrote the first few lines to the song he ran into a friend who told him his wife was gravely ill.  The friend asked that he visit her and see if he could prayerfully cheer her.  Rev. Mote and the friend went immediately to her bedside.  The friend said it is my custom to sing a song, read some from God’s Word and then engage in prayer.  When the friend looked for his hymn book he couldn’t locate it.  Rev. Mote said, “I have just penned the words to a new song and I have it in my pocket.  We could sing it.  And they did.  The man’s wife enjoyed the new song so well that the friend asked him to leave a copy.  Since the song was not complet, Mote returned home and completed the last two verses and then gave a copy to the friend.   So this song–the very first time it was sung–blessed the soul of a woman who was at death’s door (or I should say, Heaven’s door).  The song has blessed many saints since.  (Note: I was in church yesterday, Sunday, June 7, 2009.  Our music leader led the church in singing this great hymn).  Here are the words.

     

     

    Solid Rock (My Hope is Built)

    My hope is built on nothing less
    Than Jesus’ blood and righteousness.
    I dare not trust the sweetest frame,
    But wholly trust in Jesus’ Name.

    Refrain

    On Christ the solid Rock I stand,
    All other ground is sinking sand;
    All other ground is sinking sand.

    When darkness seems to hide His face,
    I rest on His unchanging grace.
    In every high and stormy gale,
    My anchor holds within the veil.

    Refrain

    His oath, His covenant, His blood,
    Support me in the whelming flood.
    When all around my soul gives way,
    He then is all my Hope and Stay.

    Refrain

    When He shall come with trumpet sound,
    Oh may I then in Him be found.
    Dressed in His righteousness alone,
    Faultless to stand before the throne.

    Refrain

     

     There’s a great feast day coming.   Many believe that time is so very near.  We can only hope and pray it so.  Right now–today–Jesus through the Holy Spirit and the preaching of His Word is calling out men and women to come to Him.  Have you answered that call?  Don’t delay.  Today is the day of salvation. 

               Come and Dine

  •  
      Jesus has a table spread
      Where the saints of God are fed.
      He invites His chosen people, “Come and dine”
      With His manna He doth feed,
      And supplies our ev’ry need;
      O ’tis sweet to sup with Jesus all the time! 

        Refrain
        “Come and dine,” the Master calleth, “Come and dine”
        You may feast at Jesus’ table all the time;
        He who fed the multitude, turned the water into wine,
        To the hungry calleth now, “Come and dine.”

      The disciples came to land,
      Thus obeying Christ’s command,
      For the Master called to them, “O come and dine;”
      There they found their hearts’ desire,
      Bread and fish upon the fire;
      Thus He satisfies the hungry ev’ry time.

       

        Refrain
        “Come and dine,” the Master calleth, “Come and dine”
        You may feast at Jesus’ table all the time;
        He who fed the multitude, turned the water into wine,
        To the hungry calleth now, “Come and dine.”

      Soon the Lamb will take His bride,
      To be ever at His side,
      All the host of heaven will assembled be;
      O ’twill be a glorious sight,
      All the saints in spotless white;
      And with Jesus they will feast eternally.

       

        Refrain
        “Come and dine,” the Master calleth, “Come and dine”
        You may feast at Jesus’ table all the time;
        He who fed the multitude, turned the water into wine,
        To the hungry calleth now, “Come and dine.”

       

  •  Come and Dine  Words and Music by C. B. Widmeyer  Scripture: “Blessed is he that shall eat bread in the Kingdom of God.” –Luke 14:15

     

           Rock of Ages

             Words by Augustus M. Toplady

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      Rock of Ages, cleft for me,
      Let me hide myself in Thee;
      Let the water and the blood,
      From Thy wounded side which flowed,
      Be of sin the double cure;
      Save from wrath and make me pure.Not the labor of my hands
      Can fulfill Thy law’s demands;
      Could my zeal no respite know,
      Could my tears forever flow,
      All for sin could not atone;
      Thou must save, and Thou alone.Nothing in my hand I bring,
      Simply to the cross I cling;
      Naked, come to Thee for dress;
      Helpless look to Thee for grace;
      Foul, I to the fountain fly;
      Wash me, Savior, or I die.

      While I draw this fleeting breath,
      When mine eyes shall close in death,
      When I soar to worlds unknown,
      See Thee on Thy judgment throne,
      Rock of Ages, cleft for me,
      Let me hide myself in Thee.

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Sermon Outline

Have you been by Sermon Seedbed lately?
This is just a brief email reminding you that new material is being added all the time from simple outlines and seed ideas to novel approaches to familiar topics.
The Sermon Seedbed Forum is also a good spot to give and receive as you interact and share with other Bible teachers and preachers.
Thanks for taking the time to read this reminder. Here’s a simple outline for you to use sometime:

Fearless Love (1 John 4:18)

18There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear, because fear has to do with punishment. The one who fears is not made perfect in love. (NIV)
1. The Protection of Perfect Love (there is no fear)
This gives us security and when we have perfect love we will make other people
feel secure around us.
2. The Power of Perfect Love (drives out all fear)
This enables us to change and experience freedom from fear and all its forms.
3. The Potential of Perfect Love (being made complete in love)
-living without condemnation
-living free from rejection
-living free from judgment
-living free from fear of man
-living freely in a love that totally accepts you, forgives you, and restores you
4. The Problem of Imperfect Love (the one who fears…)
When we are not living in the knowledge of God’s true love for us, we
cause other   people to become enslaved through what we teach about God.
Thanks Again for being a friend of Sermon Seedbed. Take the little message above and build it into a solid teaching that will encourage people to live in God’s fearless love.
Blessings,
Eddie Lawrence

Salvation Army Founder

Gen. Booth
Gen. Booth
General William Booth, Founder of The Salvation Army, Said:

“To attempt to save the lost we must accept no limitations to human brotherhood.  If the scheme which I set forth in these and the following pages is not applicable to the thief, the harlot, the drunkard and the sluggard, it may as well be dismissed without ceremony.  As Christ came to call not the Saints but sinners to repentance, so the new message of Temporal Salvation, of Salvation from pinching poverty, from rags and misery, must be offered to all.  They may reject it, of course. But we who call ourselves by the name of Christ are not worthy to profess to be His disciples until we have set an open door before the least and worst of these who are now apparently imprisoned for life in a horrible dungeon of misery and despair.

To get a man soundly Saved it is not enough to put on him a pair of new breeches, to give him regular work, or even to give him a university education.  These things are all outside a man, and if the inside remains unchanged you have wasted your labor. What is the use of preaching the Gospel to men whose whole attention is concentrated upon a mad, desperate struggle to keep themselves alive?

You might as well give a tract to a ship wrecked sailor who is battling with the surf which has drowned his comrades and threatens to drown him.  He will not listen to you.  Nay, he cannot hear you any more than a man whose head is under water can listen to a Sermon.  The first thing to do is to get him at least a footing on firm ground, and to give him room to live.  Then you may have a chance.  At present you have none.  And you will have all the better opportunity to find a way to his heart, if he comes to know that it was you who pulled him out of the horrible pit and the miry clay in which he was sinking to perdition.

Taken from General Booth’s message, “Darkest England Scheme: The Cab Horse Charter message.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Booth

James Ehrlich

Pastor James Ehrilich

Rev. James Ehrlich is pastor of Bethel Baptist Church, Norman, Oklahoma

Brother James has been blessed to see his congregation grow in numbers to three adult services each Lord’s day plus a service for College and Career young people.  Three of these services the pastor personally speaks.  The other has one of his earlier morning sermons recorded on DVD and played for the adults assembled in a service located off campus.  Rev. Ehrlich is a popular minister that cares for his flock.  The church is blessed to have this spiritual man of God watching for their spiritual growth and always sensitive for souls.   He’s a man of faith, prayer and vision.  I thought you should hear one of his sermons.  I am pleased to call him Pastor.

Gone Fishing


Dr. C. Sumner Wemp
Dr. C. Sumner Wemp

Gone Fishing

Get Yours Free
Get Yours Free

Dr. C. Sumner Wemp

This is what it is all about. Recently I went to a large home improvement store. Just inside were three clerks. I asked directions to what I needed. They told me and I said, “Let me give you some good directions,” and gave each one “Your Ticket to Heaven.”

Two of them took it and turned to their work. The third lady thanked me and said, “I need that.” I hear this often. I said, “We all do. Just read it and from your heart do what it says.” She said, “I will do that tonight.” She was a black lady from Ethiopia.

A couple of days later I went back and found this lady. She saw me, her face beamed and she blurted out, “I did it, I read it and prayed the prayer.” After talking to her a few minutes, it was obvious she understood it and was really saved. Following this up, I have gone back several times and she is going on with the Lord.

Last week I went back to get some hardware I needed. She was off that day. Two ladies helped me get what I wanted. I gave each one “Your Ticket to Heaven.” One assured me she was already saved. The other said, “I will read it.” Just about 15 feet in front of us was a sharply dressed business man with about 9 employees around him. The Christian lady said, “There is the ‘big boss’, give him a ‘Ticket’.”

Gladly, I went to the big boss, Frank, and said, “That lady said I should give you a ‘Ticket’.” He took it, read the title out loud, “Your ticket to Heaven,” and said, “Wow. I will read that.” The other employees began sticking their hands out wanting one. By now I was in hog heaven.

The next week I went back to see if I could talk to Frank. I found he was not the big boss of that store, but the Vice President of the whole company of several hundred stores. God did all of that and a man, most of us would never get such a chance to witness to, got a chance now to go to Heaven. That is what keeps me fired up. You never know to whom you might be giving a chance to go to Heaven when you graciously hand someone a tract. We could change the world for God if we would just do it!

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Gone Fishing
Dr. C. Sumner Wemp

“I have planted, Apollos watered; but God gave the increase”

– I Corinthians 3:6

A great truth. Every person you and I lead to Christ, you know someone else has planted seed and prayed fervently for them. You know better than take any credit for it or God might just let you try it all by yourself and you would fall on your face.

Call Dad. One day I led a dear Christian lady’s husband to Christ in their home. My, the tears of joy flowed as they rejoiced and wept together. Then he said, “Preacher would you wait and let me call my Dad in Kentucky? He will be thrilled to death.” He called and told his father he had just gotten saved and handed me the phone. The father was weeping and thanked me over and over for leading him to Christ. He had prayed for his son for years. God did that.

Unknown soldier. One day I handed a lady a gospel tract and asked her to read it when she had time. She replied, “That’s funny, Someone else gave me one of those a week ago.”

“That’s wonderful” I said, “did you read it?”

“Yes,” she replied, “and that is all I have been able to think of all week.”

God had her heart so ready. Anyone could have led her to Christ. I told her how God loved her and the Lord Jesus suffered and died for her sins, paid her debt in full and rose again. By now tears were flowing. She gladly bowed her head and prayed out loud to receive the Lord Jesus as her personal Savior. She confessed Christ publicly and has gone on with the Lord. The fellow who gave her the first tract, won’t know it until he gets to Heaven how God used his tract to get this dear lady to go to Heaven.

This just hit me today. I have given out thousands of tracts. There must be any number of people where someone like you came along and led them to Christ and we will shout together when we get to Heaven and find out about it.
Oh, dear people, there are millions of others where someone planted and is now praying that someone will lead their loved one to Christ. We have just got to get “the gospel to every creature” and find the ones where someone else planted and watered and see God give the increase. That is reality living.

All Because of Calvary, C. Sumner Wemp

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