These are all text files, edited slightly on page layout. They originated in individual emails, one per day over a considerable period, and have been assembled into a single file for each topic. Some are incomplete, because they are still arriving, one per day, thanks to Joe's unbelievable dedication to his task.
Please download, rather than trying to use the web browser to read text files. Use your text editor or reader, with the word wrap facility turned on. I am reformatting them, but it is an ongoing and slow process!
Christ in His Church
Christ was crucified for us
(The) Church at the End of the Age
Deity of Christ
(An) Easter compilation
(A wonderful Message by) George Carlin
Immanuel (God with us)
Last-Day Revival as seen in Isaiah
(The) Marriage of the Lamb
(Thoughts) On Islam
(The) Opening of the Seven Seals
(A) People for His Name
(The) People of the Lord
Prophecies of the Wilderness
(The) Psalms of David
Revival in the church
Song of Songs
(There shall be) Signs
Speech and Knowledge from the Heavens (Psalm 19)
Unity with Christ
(The) Wise Men
(The) Woman of Revelation 12
It is my hope to convert these collected emails, currently text files, into Word documents, and from there as pdfs, with as little editing to the text as possible within the leave given by Brother Joe to publish these excellent notes of his.
Most of the text files originally had finite length lines, as they came out of my Eudora (and later, Thunderbird) email applications, and were created in Bro. McKnight's previous email application. I believe that all have now had the carriage returns removed, allowing the text to flow better in a viewing window that has word wrap turned on.
This does not make for easy viewing in a web browser, but is necessary if Bro. McKnight's notes are to be copied and pasted into emails or word processors.
I hope to make a start with His Coming for publishing as a portable document file after conversion first to a Word document. It is well worth reading. Pastor McKnight has indicated his approval for this to go ahead.
While the whole series is not specifically end-times orientated, all can be read with that end in mind. Perhaps that is because the whole gospel ought to be read with that aspect firmly set in our sights.
Why? Because of what value is the gospel if we miss its punch line? I believe the time of the end is crucial to our understanding, even if its immensity is too vast for our feeble human brains to appreciate.
The Lord Jesus came to bring us the nitty-gritty of salvation. He is coming a second time, albeit in different circumstances, to irrevocably seal His choice of whom shall be included in his "Book of Life" and be with him throughout eternity, reigning jointly with Him as kings and priests through the "Body of Christ" (and the necessary relationships therein) taught by Jesus and the apostles.
Some of my chatter here may become included in the introduction to the typesetting of the first of Brother Joe's volumes in this series. I commend his other writings to you (on this site and elsewhere) in the mean while. May God bless you and your understanding of the word of God.