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William Knapp
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Married
June 8, 1955
Lives in Oregon
From Forest Grove
Love the Bible, OLD HYMNS, good rhyming poetry. Have a poem for just about every need. (I DO NOT write ANY poems) Various authors.
I have pancreatic cancer..... living on borrowed time
Are YOU prepared for ETERNITY???
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Saved By A Hair-Breadth

Read Genesis 19:15-17, 23-25 ...I am escaped with the skin of my teeth. Job 19:20
Job had a hair-breadth escape, for Satan was permitted to afflict him in everything short of actual death. Stories of hair-breadth escapes are always exciting and thrilling. See a lad curled up in a chair completely absorbed in a book, with his eyes sparkling and an eager, excited look on his face, and you may be reasonably sure he is engrossed in some exciting story of a hero escaping by "the skin of his teeth." Or listen to Grandpa over there surrounded by the children, all eagerly drinking in every word. It is "nine to one" that he is regaling them with some story of a narrow escape, some exciting experience of danger in which, of course, Grandpa emerges as the hero. People enjoy narrow escapes. Such expressions as "saved by the bell" and "escaped by a hair" are popular. That is one reason why the Bible is such exciting reading, for it is full of hear-breadth escapes. Think of Lot's escape from Sodom, Isaac's escape from the altar, Joseph's escape from the pit, Israel' escape from Egypt, Moses' escape from Pharaoh, Elijah from Jezebel's threats, David's escape from Saul, Jonah's escape from the fish, Daniel from the lions, Peter from drowning, and so we might go on and on.
If you are a Christian, you have had the narrowest escape of all! You were on the way to Hell, without hope, and then just in the "nick of time" God saved you! If you are born again, you are an exception and not the rule. You are just one of a little minority among the millions upon millions of unsaved in the world. You got in by a "hair," for Peter says, "If the righteous scarcely be saved, where shall the ungodly and the sinner appear?" (1Peter 4:18). Oh, Christian, don't forget to praise Him today for your wonderful salvation! --M.R.D.
If the righteous "scarcely be saved"By the mighty Saviour's grace,How can sinners hope to standAnd along God's judgment face?--G.W.
"Good resolutions and reformation cannot save a soul; the price is the life-blood of a Sinless one."
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Saved By A Hair-Breadth

Read Genesis 19:15-17, 23-25 ...I am escaped with the skin of my teeth. Job 19:20
Job had a hair-breadth escape, for Satan was permitted to afflict him in everything short of actual death. Stories of hair-breadth escapes are always exciting and thrilling. See a lad curled up in a chair completely absorbed in a book, with his eyes sparkling and an eager, excited look on his face, and you may be reasonably sure he is engrossed in some exciting story of a hero escaping by "the skin of his teeth." Or listen to Grandpa over there surrounded by the children, all eagerly drinking in every word. It is "nine to one" that he is regaling them with some story of a narrow escape, some exciting experience of danger in which, of course, Grandpa emerges as the hero. People enjoy narrow escapes. Such expressions as "saved by the bell" and "escaped by a hair" are popular. That is one reason why the Bible is such exciting reading, for it is full of hear-breadth escapes. Think of Lot's escape from Sodom, Isaac's escape from the altar, Joseph's escape from the pit, Israel' escape from Egypt, Moses' escape from Pharaoh, Elijah from Jezebel's threats, David's escape from Saul, Jonah's escape from the fish, Daniel from the lions, Peter from drowning, and so we might go on and on.
If you are a Christian, you have had the narrowest escape of all! You were on the way to Hell, without hope, and then just in the "nick of time" God saved you! If you are born again, you are an exception and not the rule. You are just one of a little minority among the millions upon millions of unsaved in the world. You got in by a "hair," for Peter says, "If the righteous scarcely be saved, where shall the ungodly and the sinner appear?" (1Peter 4:18). Oh, Christian, don't forget to praise Him today for your wonderful salvation! --M.R.D.
If the righteous "scarcely be saved"By the mighty Saviour's grace,How can sinners hope to standAnd along God's judgment face?--G.W.
"Good resolutions and reformation cannot save a soul; the price is the life-blood of a Sinless one."
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Saved By A Hair-Breadth

Read Genesis 19:15-17, 23-25 ...I am escaped with the skin of my teeth. Job 19:20
Job had a hair-breadth escape, for Satan was permitted to afflict him in everything short of actual death. Stories of hair-breadth escapes are always exciting and thrilling. See a lad curled up in a chair completely absorbed in a book, with his eyes sparkling and an eager, excited look on his face, and you may be reasonably sure he is engrossed in some exciting story of a hero escaping by "the skin of his teeth." Or listen to Grandpa over there surrounded by the children, all eagerly drinking in every word. It is "nine to one" that he is regaling them with some story of a narrow escape, some exciting experience of danger in which, of course, Grandpa emerges as the hero. People enjoy narrow escapes. Such expressions as "saved by the bell" and "escaped by a hair" are popular. That is one reason why the Bible is such exciting reading, for it is full of hear-breadth escapes. Think of Lot's escape from Sodom, Isaac's escape from the altar, Joseph's escape from the pit, Israel' escape from Egypt, Moses' escape from Pharaoh, Elijah from Jezebel's threats, David's escape from Saul, Jonah's escape from the fish, Daniel from the lions, Peter from drowning, and so we might go on and on.
If you are a Christian, you have had the narrowest escape of all! You were on the way to Hell, without hope, and then just in the "nick of time" God saved you! If you are born again, you are an exception and not the rule. You are just one of a little minority among the millions upon millions of unsaved in the world. You got in by a "hair," for Peter says, "If the righteous scarcely be saved, where shall the ungodly and the sinner appear?" (1Peter 4:18). Oh, Christian, don't forget to praise Him today for your wonderful salvation! --M.R.D.
If the righteous "scarcely be saved"By the mighty Saviour's grace,How can sinners hope to standAnd along God's judgment face?--G.W.
"Good resolutions and reformation cannot save a soul; the price is the life-blood of a Sinless one."
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Saved By A Hair-Breadth

Read Genesis 19:15-17, 23-25 ...I am escaped with the skin of my teeth. Job 19:20
Job had a hair-breadth escape, for Satan was permitted to afflict him in everything short of actual death. Stories of hair-breadth escapes are always exciting and thrilling. See a lad curled up in a chair completely absorbed in a book, with his eyes sparkling and an eager, excited look on his face, and you may be reasonably sure he is engrossed in some exciting story of a hero escaping by "the skin of his teeth." Or listen to Grandpa over there surrounded by the children, all eagerly drinking in every word. It is "nine to one" that he is regaling them with some story of a narrow escape, some exciting experience of danger in which, of course, Grandpa emerges as the hero. People enjoy narrow escapes. Such expressions as "saved by the bell" and "escaped by a hair" are popular. That is one reason why the Bible is such exciting reading, for it is full of hear-breadth escapes. Think of Lot's escape from Sodom, Isaac's escape from the altar, Joseph's escape from the pit, Israel' escape from Egypt, Moses' escape from Pharaoh, Elijah from Jezebel's threats, David's escape from Saul, Jonah's escape from the fish, Daniel from the lions, Peter from drowning, and so we might go on and on.
If you are a Christian, you have had the narrowest escape of all! You were on the way to Hell, without hope, and then just in the "nick of time" God saved you! If you are born again, you are an exception and not the rule. You are just one of a little minority among the millions upon millions of unsaved in the world. You got in by a "hair," for Peter says, "If the righteous scarcely be saved, where shall the ungodly and the sinner appear?" (1Peter 4:18). Oh, Christian, don't forget to praise Him today for your wonderful salvation! --M.R.D.
If the righteous "scarcely be saved"By the mighty Saviour's grace,How can sinners hope to standAnd along God's judgment face?--G.W.
"Good resolutions and reformation cannot save a soul; the price is the life-blood of a Sinless one."
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Saved By A Hair-Breadth

Read Genesis 19:15-17, 23-25 ...I am escaped with the skin of my teeth. Job 19:20
Job had a hair-breadth escape, for Satan was permitted to afflict him in everything short of actual death. Stories of hair-breadth escapes are always exciting and thrilling. See a lad curled up in a chair completely absorbed in a book, with his eyes sparkling and an eager, excited look on his face, and you may be reasonably sure he is engrossed in some exciting story of a hero escaping by "the skin of his teeth." Or listen to Grandpa over there surrounded by the children, all eagerly drinking in every word. It is "nine to one" that he is regaling them with some story of a narrow escape, some exciting experience of danger in which, of course, Grandpa emerges as the hero. People enjoy narrow escapes. Such expressions as "saved by the bell" and "escaped by a hair" are popular. That is one reason why the Bible is such exciting reading, for it is full of hear-breadth escapes. Think of Lot's escape from Sodom, Isaac's escape from the altar, Joseph's escape from the pit, Israel' escape from Egypt, Moses' escape from Pharaoh, Elijah from Jezebel's threats, David's escape from Saul, Jonah's escape from the fish, Daniel from the lions, Peter from drowning, and so we might go on and on.
If you are a Christian, you have had the narrowest escape of all! You were on the way to Hell, without hope, and then just in the "nick of time" God saved you! If you are born again, you are an exception and not the rule. You are just one of a little minority among the millions upon millions of unsaved in the world. You got in by a "hair," for Peter says, "If the righteous scarcely be saved, where shall the ungodly and the sinner appear?" (1Peter 4:18). Oh, Christian, don't forget to praise Him today for your wonderful salvation! --M.R.D.
If the righteous "scarcely be saved"By the mighty Saviour's grace,How can sinners hope to standAnd along God's judgment face?--G.W.
"Good resolutions and reformation cannot save a soul; the price is the life-blood of a Sinless one."
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Saved By A Hair-Breadth

Read Genesis 19:15-17, 23-25 ...I am escaped with the skin of my teeth. Job 19:20
Job had a hair-breadth escape, for Satan was permitted to afflict him in everything short of actual death. Stories of hair-breadth escapes are always exciting and thrilling. See a lad curled up in a chair completely absorbed in a book, with his eyes sparkling and an eager, excited look on his face, and you may be reasonably sure he is engrossed in some exciting story of a hero escaping by "the skin of his teeth." Or listen to Grandpa over there surrounded by the children, all eagerly drinking in every word. It is "nine to one" that he is regaling them with some story of a narrow escape, some exciting experience of danger in which, of course, Grandpa emerges as the hero. People enjoy narrow escapes. Such expressions as "saved by the bell" and "escaped by a hair" are popular. That is one reason why the Bible is such exciting reading, for it is full of hear-breadth escapes. Think of Lot's escape from Sodom, Isaac's escape from the altar, Joseph's escape from the pit, Israel' escape from Egypt, Moses' escape from Pharaoh, Elijah from Jezebel's threats, David's escape from Saul, Jonah's escape from the fish, Daniel from the lions, Peter from drowning, and so we might go on and on.
If you are a Christian, you have had the narrowest escape of all! You were on the way to Hell, without hope, and then just in the "nick of time" God saved you! If you are born again, you are an exception and not the rule. You are just one of a little minority among the millions upon millions of unsaved in the world. You got in by a "hair," for Peter says, "If the righteous scarcely be saved, where shall the ungodly and the sinner appear?" (1Peter 4:18). Oh, Christian, don't forget to praise Him today for your wonderful salvation! --M.R.D.
If the righteous "scarcely be saved"By the mighty Saviour's grace,How can sinners hope to standAnd along God's judgment face?--G.W.
"Good resolutions and reformation cannot save a soul; the price is the life-blood of a Sinless one."
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CHOICE GLEANINGS: GOOD NEWS EDITIONSEPTEMBER 19
Truly, truly, I say to you, whoever hears my word and believes Him who sent Me has eternal life. He does not come into judgment, but has passed from death to life. John 5:24
What great news for sinners—spoken by the Son of God Himself! The promise is that through hearing His Word and believing on the One who sent the Lord Jesus, their sins will be forgiven; they will receive the gift of eternal life; they will be placed beyond the possibility of judgment, and will pass from death unto life. Are you one of those who has “heard His Word,” or are you still resisting His voice? Even as you read these words, may you trust the Lord Jesus as your Saviour and pass from death into life. —W. H. Burnett
Verily, verily, I say unto you, Verily, verily, message ever new, He that believeth on the Son, ‘tis true, Hath everlasting life. —J. McGranahan
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CHOICE GLEANINGS: GOOD NEWS EDITIONSEPTEMBER 19
Truly, truly, I say to you, whoever hears my word and believes Him who sent Me has eternal life. He does not come into judgment, but has passed from death to life. John 5:24
What great news for sinners—spoken by the Son of God Himself! The promise is that through hearing His Word and believing on the One who sent the Lord Jesus, their sins will be forgiven; they will receive the gift of eternal life; they will be placed beyond the possibility of judgment, and will pass from death unto life. Are you one of those who has “heard His Word,” or are you still resisting His voice? Even as you read these words, may you trust the Lord Jesus as your Saviour and pass from death into life. —W. H. Burnett
Verily, verily, I say unto you, Verily, verily, message ever new, He that believeth on the Son, ‘tis true, Hath everlasting life. —J. McGranahan
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CHOICE GLEANINGS: GOOD NEWS EDITIONSEPTEMBER 19
Truly, truly, I say to you, whoever hears my word and believes Him who sent Me has eternal life. He does not come into judgment, but has passed from death to life. John 5:24
What great news for sinners—spoken by the Son of God Himself! The promise is that through hearing His Word and believing on the One who sent the Lord Jesus, their sins will be forgiven; they will receive the gift of eternal life; they will be placed beyond the possibility of judgment, and will pass from death unto life. Are you one of those who has “heard His Word,” or are you still resisting His voice? Even as you read these words, may you trust the Lord Jesus as your Saviour and pass from death into life. —W. H. Burnett
Verily, verily, I say unto you, Verily, verily, message ever new, He that believeth on the Son, ‘tis true, Hath everlasting life. —J. McGranahan
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CHOICE GLEANINGS: GOOD NEWS EDITIONSEPTEMBER 19
Truly, truly, I say to you, whoever hears my word and believes Him who sent Me has eternal life. He does not come into judgment, but has passed from death to life. John 5:24
What great news for sinners—spoken by the Son of God Himself! The promise is that through hearing His Word and believing on the One who sent the Lord Jesus, their sins will be forgiven; they will receive the gift of eternal life; they will be placed beyond the possibility of judgment, and will pass from death unto life. Are you one of those who has “heard His Word,” or are you still resisting His voice? Even as you read these words, may you trust the Lord Jesus as your Saviour and pass from death into life. —W. H. Burnett
Verily, verily, I say unto you, Verily, verily, message ever new, He that believeth on the Son, ‘tis true, Hath everlasting life. —J. McGranahan
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