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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.
Come check out some poems that I have gleaned over the years - the group is "christ exalting poems"
I have pancreatic cancer..... living on borrowed time
Are YOU prepared for ETERNITY???
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CHOICE GLEANINGS
LORD’S DAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2018

Now he that betrayeth him gave them a sign, saying, Whomsoever I shall kiss, that same is he: hold him fast. Matthew 26:48

What a futile request by Judas to those who came to take the Lord. Could anyone really hold our Saviour fast? He could have spoken a word and men would have passed from time into eternity. He could have called for more than twelve legions of angels but not one was called for. Indeed He allowed men, His own creatures, to cruelly ill treat Him and then nail Him to a cross. Such was His love for you and me. —John M. Clegg

How didst Thou humble Thyself to be taken,
Led by Thy creatures and nailed to the cross?
Hated of men, and of God too forsaken.
Shunning not darkness, the curse, and the loss. —H. d’A Champney


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He then having received the sop went immediately out: and it was night. John 13:30


When Judas went out from his Master's presence it was night both literally and in his life. He passed out into the darkness and never saw the light again. Our Lord Jesus would shortly enter the darkness, too. In the course of His crucifixion it was dark as "night" when the light of the sun did not shine out (Mk. 15:33). It was in the midst of that darkness that God forsook Him for our sins. Let us not fail inner remembrance of Him this day as we remember His "night" on the cross -- let us also praise God for the day that dawned upon the empty tomb. --K.C. Ung


It was night, when the Passover Lamb was taken to be slain.
It was night when the Son was of His Father forsaken and suffered in pain.--
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CHOICE GLEANINGS
LORD’S DAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2018

Now he that betrayeth him gave them a sign, saying, Whomsoever I shall kiss, that same is he: hold him fast. Matthew 26:48

What a futile request by Judas to those who came to take the Lord. Could anyone really hold our Saviour fast? He could have spoken a word and men would have passed from time into eternity. He could have called for more than twelve legions of angels but not one was called for. Indeed He allowed men, His own creatures, to cruelly ill treat Him and then nail Him to a cross. Such was His love for you and me. —John M. Clegg

How didst Thou humble Thyself to be taken,
Led by Thy creatures and nailed to the cross?
Hated of men, and of God too forsaken.
Shunning not darkness, the curse, and the loss. —H. d’A Champney


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He then having received the sop went immediately out: and it was night. John 13:30


When Judas went out from his Master's presence it was night both literally and in his life. He passed out into the darkness and never saw the light again. Our Lord Jesus would shortly enter the darkness, too. In the course of His crucifixion it was dark as "night" when the light of the sun did not shine out (Mk. 15:33). It was in the midst of that darkness that God forsook Him for our sins. Let us not fail inner remembrance of Him this day as we remember His "night" on the cross -- let us also praise God for the day that dawned upon the empty tomb. --K.C. Ung


It was night, when the Passover Lamb was taken to be slain.
It was night when the Son was of His Father forsaken and suffered in pain.--
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CHOICE GLEANINGS
LORD’S DAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2018

Now he that betrayeth him gave them a sign, saying, Whomsoever I shall kiss, that same is he: hold him fast. Matthew 26:48

What a futile request by Judas to those who came to take the Lord. Could anyone really hold our Saviour fast? He could have spoken a word and men would have passed from time into eternity. He could have called for more than twelve legions of angels but not one was called for. Indeed He allowed men, His own creatures, to cruelly ill treat Him and then nail Him to a cross. Such was His love for you and me. —John M. Clegg

How didst Thou humble Thyself to be taken,
Led by Thy creatures and nailed to the cross?
Hated of men, and of God too forsaken.
Shunning not darkness, the curse, and the loss. —H. d’A Champney


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He then having received the sop went immediately out: and it was night. John 13:30


When Judas went out from his Master's presence it was night both literally and in his life. He passed out into the darkness and never saw the light again. Our Lord Jesus would shortly enter the darkness, too. In the course of His crucifixion it was dark as "night" when the light of the sun did not shine out (Mk. 15:33). It was in the midst of that darkness that God forsook Him for our sins. Let us not fail inner remembrance of Him this day as we remember His "night" on the cross -- let us also praise God for the day that dawned upon the empty tomb. --K.C. Ung


It was night, when the Passover Lamb was taken to be slain.
It was night when the Son was of His Father forsaken and suffered in pain.--
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CHOICE GLEANINGS
LORD’S DAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2018

Now he that betrayeth him gave them a sign, saying, Whomsoever I shall kiss, that same is he: hold him fast. Matthew 26:48

What a futile request by Judas to those who came to take the Lord. Could anyone really hold our Saviour fast? He could have spoken a word and men would have passed from time into eternity. He could have called for more than twelve legions of angels but not one was called for. Indeed He allowed men, His own creatures, to cruelly ill treat Him and then nail Him to a cross. Such was His love for you and me. —John M. Clegg

How didst Thou humble Thyself to be taken,
Led by Thy creatures and nailed to the cross?
Hated of men, and of God too forsaken.
Shunning not darkness, the curse, and the loss. —H. d’A Champney


~~~~~~~~~~~


He then having received the sop went immediately out: and it was night. John 13:30


When Judas went out from his Master's presence it was night both literally and in his life. He passed out into the darkness and never saw the light again. Our Lord Jesus would shortly enter the darkness, too. In the course of His crucifixion it was dark as "night" when the light of the sun did not shine out (Mk. 15:33). It was in the midst of that darkness that God forsook Him for our sins. Let us not fail inner remembrance of Him this day as we remember His "night" on the cross -- let us also praise God for the day that dawned upon the empty tomb. --K.C. Ung


It was night, when the Passover Lamb was taken to be slain.
It was night when the Son was of His Father forsaken and suffered in pain.--
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CHOICE GLEANINGS
LORD’S DAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2018

Now he that betrayeth him gave them a sign, saying, Whomsoever I shall kiss, that same is he: hold him fast. Matthew 26:48

What a futile request by Judas to those who came to take the Lord. Could anyone really hold our Saviour fast? He could have spoken a word and men would have passed from time into eternity. He could have called for more than twelve legions of angels but not one was called for. Indeed He allowed men, His own creatures, to cruelly ill treat Him and then nail Him to a cross. Such was His love for you and me. —John M. Clegg

How didst Thou humble Thyself to be taken,
Led by Thy creatures and nailed to the cross?
Hated of men, and of God too forsaken.
Shunning not darkness, the curse, and the loss. —H. d’A Champney


~~~~~~~~~~~


He then having received the sop went immediately out: and it was night. John 13:30


When Judas went out from his Master's presence it was night both literally and in his life. He passed out into the darkness and never saw the light again. Our Lord Jesus would shortly enter the darkness, too. In the course of His crucifixion it was dark as "night" when the light of the sun did not shine out (Mk. 15:33). It was in the midst of that darkness that God forsook Him for our sins. Let us not fail inner remembrance of Him this day as we remember His "night" on the cross -- let us also praise God for the day that dawned upon the empty tomb. --K.C. Ung


It was night, when the Passover Lamb was taken to be slain.
It was night when the Son was of His Father forsaken and suffered in pain.--
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CHOICE GLEANINGS
LORD’S DAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2018

Now he that betrayeth him gave them a sign, saying, Whomsoever I shall kiss, that same is he: hold him fast. Matthew 26:48

What a futile request by Judas to those who came to take the Lord. Could anyone really hold our Saviour fast? He could have spoken a word and men would have passed from time into eternity. He could have called for more than twelve legions of angels but not one was called for. Indeed He allowed men, His own creatures, to cruelly ill treat Him and then nail Him to a cross. Such was His love for you and me. —John M. Clegg

How didst Thou humble Thyself to be taken,
Led by Thy creatures and nailed to the cross?
Hated of men, and of God too forsaken.
Shunning not darkness, the curse, and the loss. —H. d’A Champney


~~~~~~~~~~~


He then having received the sop went immediately out: and it was night. John 13:30


When Judas went out from his Master's presence it was night both literally and in his life. He passed out into the darkness and never saw the light again. Our Lord Jesus would shortly enter the darkness, too. In the course of His crucifixion it was dark as "night" when the light of the sun did not shine out (Mk. 15:33). It was in the midst of that darkness that God forsook Him for our sins. Let us not fail inner remembrance of Him this day as we remember His "night" on the cross -- let us also praise God for the day that dawned upon the empty tomb. --K.C. Ung


It was night, when the Passover Lamb was taken to be slain.
It was night when the Son was of His Father forsaken and suffered in pain.--
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CHOICE GLEANINGS
LORD’S DAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2018

Now he that betrayeth him gave them a sign, saying, Whomsoever I shall kiss, that same is he: hold him fast. Matthew 26:48

What a futile request by Judas to those who came to take the Lord. Could anyone really hold our Saviour fast? He could have spoken a word and men would have passed from time into eternity. He could have called for more than twelve legions of angels but not one was called for. Indeed He allowed men, His own creatures, to cruelly ill treat Him and then nail Him to a cross. Such was His love for you and me. —John M. Clegg

How didst Thou humble Thyself to be taken,
Led by Thy creatures and nailed to the cross?
Hated of men, and of God too forsaken.
Shunning not darkness, the curse, and the loss. —H. d’A Champney


~~~~~~~~~~~


He then having received the sop went immediately out: and it was night. John 13:30


When Judas went out from his Master's presence it was night both literally and in his life. He passed out into the darkness and never saw the light again. Our Lord Jesus would shortly enter the darkness, too. In the course of His crucifixion it was dark as "night" when the light of the sun did not shine out (Mk. 15:33). It was in the midst of that darkness that God forsook Him for our sins. Let us not fail inner remembrance of Him this day as we remember His "night" on the cross -- let us also praise God for the day that dawned upon the empty tomb. --K.C. Ung


It was night, when the Passover Lamb was taken to be slain.
It was night when the Son was of His Father forsaken and suffered in pain.--
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Besetting Sins
Read Psalm 19:7-14 ...let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset us. Hebrews 12:1
Everyone has certain sins which to him seem especially attractive, and into which by nature he is most prone to fall. These enticing allurements of Satan and the flesh are called "besetting sins." Your besetting sin is the one for which you do not wish to be reproved; to which your thoughts run the most; and for which you find the most excuse! It is the fault which you are trying to persuade yourself is just a "natural infirmity." That sin must be given up or it will slowly but surely sap your spiritual energy and destroy your witness.
A certain woman had often requested prayer for her husband's salvation, yet he remained unrepentant. Finally, it was discovered that the reason her husband was uninfluenced by the call of Christ was that his wife had an uncontrolled temper. The preacher finally told her, "Mary, you must ask the Lord to give you victory over this besetting sin, and then I think you can more rightly expect your husband's conversion." In shame and despair she took the matter to the Saviour and, resigning her will to the Holy Spirit, obtained the power she needed. Sometime later she hung a new lamp in the hall wishing to surprise her husband. When he came home he brushed against it by mistake, sending it clattering to the floor where it broke in a hundred pieces. He waited apprehensively for the fight to begin, and was amazed when his wife just quietly looked at him. "Never mind, dear," she said. "It's all right; you couldn't help it. We can get another one." "Mary," said he, "what has come over you?" "Oh," she replied, "I've not only trusted Jesus to save me, but also to cure me of my terrible temper." "Well," said her husband, "if He can do that for you, you'd better remember to pray for me tonight, for that's the kind of genuine salvation I want. It is reported that he was soon converted.
Say, what is your "besetting sin"? --H.G.B.
You can't paint black and not get black,You can't fool around with sin;It will leave its trace on your heart and life,And its mark on your soul within.--D.N.
"Sins are like weeds; you must pull them out or they will take possession" (see Galatians 5:16-17).
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Besetting Sins
Read Psalm 19:7-14 ...let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset us. Hebrews 12:1
Everyone has certain sins which to him seem especially attractive, and into which by nature he is most prone to fall. These enticing allurements of Satan and the flesh are called "besetting sins." Your besetting sin is the one for which you do not wish to be reproved; to which your thoughts run the most; and for which you find the most excuse! It is the fault which you are trying to persuade yourself is just a "natural infirmity." That sin must be given up or it will slowly but surely sap your spiritual energy and destroy your witness.
A certain woman had often requested prayer for her husband's salvation, yet he remained unrepentant. Finally, it was discovered that the reason her husband was uninfluenced by the call of Christ was that his wife had an uncontrolled temper. The preacher finally told her, "Mary, you must ask the Lord to give you victory over this besetting sin, and then I think you can more rightly expect your husband's conversion." In shame and despair she took the matter to the Saviour and, resigning her will to the Holy Spirit, obtained the power she needed. Sometime later she hung a new lamp in the hall wishing to surprise her husband. When he came home he brushed against it by mistake, sending it clattering to the floor where it broke in a hundred pieces. He waited apprehensively for the fight to begin, and was amazed when his wife just quietly looked at him. "Never mind, dear," she said. "It's all right; you couldn't help it. We can get another one." "Mary," said he, "what has come over you?" "Oh," she replied, "I've not only trusted Jesus to save me, but also to cure me of my terrible temper." "Well," said her husband, "if He can do that for you, you'd better remember to pray for me tonight, for that's the kind of genuine salvation I want. It is reported that he was soon converted.
Say, what is your "besetting sin"? --H.G.B.
You can't paint black and not get black,You can't fool around with sin;It will leave its trace on your heart and life,And its mark on your soul within.--D.N.
"Sins are like weeds; you must pull them out or they will take possession" (see Galatians 5:16-17).
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Besetting Sins
Read Psalm 19:7-14 ...let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset us. Hebrews 12:1
Everyone has certain sins which to him seem especially attractive, and into which by nature he is most prone to fall. These enticing allurements of Satan and the flesh are called "besetting sins." Your besetting sin is the one for which you do not wish to be reproved; to which your thoughts run the most; and for which you find the most excuse! It is the fault which you are trying to persuade yourself is just a "natural infirmity." That sin must be given up or it will slowly but surely sap your spiritual energy and destroy your witness.
A certain woman had often requested prayer for her husband's salvation, yet he remained unrepentant. Finally, it was discovered that the reason her husband was uninfluenced by the call of Christ was that his wife had an uncontrolled temper. The preacher finally told her, "Mary, you must ask the Lord to give you victory over this besetting sin, and then I think you can more rightly expect your husband's conversion." In shame and despair she took the matter to the Saviour and, resigning her will to the Holy Spirit, obtained the power she needed. Sometime later she hung a new lamp in the hall wishing to surprise her husband. When he came home he brushed against it by mistake, sending it clattering to the floor where it broke in a hundred pieces. He waited apprehensively for the fight to begin, and was amazed when his wife just quietly looked at him. "Never mind, dear," she said. "It's all right; you couldn't help it. We can get another one." "Mary," said he, "what has come over you?" "Oh," she replied, "I've not only trusted Jesus to save me, but also to cure me of my terrible temper." "Well," said her husband, "if He can do that for you, you'd better remember to pray for me tonight, for that's the kind of genuine salvation I want. It is reported that he was soon converted.
Say, what is your "besetting sin"? --H.G.B.
You can't paint black and not get black,You can't fool around with sin;It will leave its trace on your heart and life,And its mark on your soul within.--D.N.
"Sins are like weeds; you must pull them out or they will take possession" (see Galatians 5:16-17).
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