"The Little Book," a special offer.
This is for those who may have some difficulty reading the pages formatted with images, or may be using a text reading program.
The following links go to files which are not dependant on images, and which are formatted in sans-serif font and plain text.
Two links follow: First is all 23 Chapters in a single file, not zipped.
Second is all 23 Chapters in a single compressed zip file.
First: Single file
Second: Individual Chapters
This is the DOWNLOAD page
At the time of the end the wise will understand
"THE LITTLE BOOK"
John wrote: "And the voice which I heard from heaven
spake unto me again, and said, Go and take THE LITTLE BOOK
which is open in the hand of the angel which standeth upon
the sea and upon the earth.
"And I went unto the angel, and said unto him, Give me
THE LITTLE BOOK. And he said unto me, Take it, and eat it
up; and it shall make thy belly bitter, but it shall be in
thy mouth sweet as honey.
"And I took THE LITTLE BOOK out of the angel's
hand, and ate it up; and it was in my mouth sweet as honey:
and as soon as I had eaten it, my belly was bitter.
"THE LITTLE BOOK" (seen by John) contains all of the
prophecy of the coming of the Lord. This "Little Book"
(you may get here) is a comparison all Prophcey of the
End of The Age, the battle of Armageddon and end of this
When John was given the visions which he recorded in The
Revelation, he wrote: "The Revelation of Jesus Christ,
which God gave unto him, to shew unto his servants things
which must shortly come to pass." Brother, you know what
"to show" means, because your father showed you how to hunt
and fish. Sister, you know what "to show" means, because
your mother showed you how to bake a cherry pie. "To Show"
is to give understanding, just as ""To See" is to comprehend.
Understanding is a gift of God: Ask; It Is Time.
GET THE LITTLE BOOK
C H O I C E S
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You may download "THE LITTLE BOOK" in HTML or Plain Text format. Four choices are offered.
First HTML Get one chapter at a time. Read it now, while you are online, or save it to a folder on your computer.
Second Open the complete HTML text -- all 23 Chapters, NOW. Read it all now or save it complete to your harddrive.
The first two choices allow you to read the text
on your web browser, now. You may then, if you wish, save it.
get all 25 HTML text files zipped together. Advantages and disadvantages are described in this
"read me" file. A Plain text version is available.
For your convenience, links to some Bible sources are provided here.
This is the start of a chain of down loads, starting
with the Table of Contents and ending with the
References. This will give the shortest down load times
now. The single chapters will give the quickest
response time on your browser. A disadvantage is you
have to be on-line to change chapters--unless you save
them one at a time to a folder on your system. If you
only get the TOC, or one Chapter, you should book mark
this page. Best choice for slow connections and slow
systems. 26 files of average 26k each, include images. Read
Download and read or save one Chapter at a time, starting with
Table of Contents
or select from this menu
If you discover you need them, or want them, you may download the
files, the icon gif files or the CSS files.
THE COMPLETE HTML TEXT
Get the complete text in one file. Good for
FAST machines & fast connections. It will
take longer, but you only have to do it once. Going
page to page through the text may be slower than the single chapters.
After getting it you can save it to its own
folder and then study off line. An HTML reading program
will help slower systems. Not zipped. The
icon or image files are not needed. 480k.
Download the COMPLETE Text.
THE HTML ZIP FILE
Two choices: Plain text, or text with images. All individual text files zipped
together, Icons and images are included as needed. Save it to its own
directory or folder. Using an HTML reader off-line will
allow you to multi-task The Little Book and your Bible
program. Best download time--all things considered, good
for slower systems. Read
I recommend the
HTML zip file --
unless you require text without images. The complete text without images,
in a single file.
The plain text, in separate chapters, zipped into one file is
Signs of The End