LandMarks Magazine Contents

2018 April

Editorial – The Coming Struggle

It is on the law of God that the last great struggle of the controversy between Christ and His angels and Satan and his angels will come, and it will be decisive for all the world.

Corporate Repentance

With God nothing is impossible. He has promised to save everyone who comes to Christ Jesus, but it will take a full commitment.

Luther and Laodicea

The Reformation did not, as many suppose, end with Luther. It is to be continued to the close of this world’s history. New light has been continually shining upon the Scriptures, and new truths have been constantly unfolding.

A Parable from the Leaves

The great question with each of us should be: Have I, in life’s summer days, done with faithfulness the work that God gave me to do? It is the work that is of importance.

The Two Churches – Militant & Triumphant

The faithful members of the church militant will join the church triumphant when Jesus bestows on them their emblems of victory—the crown of glory, the victor’s palm and the shining harp—at the gates to the holy city.

Current Events – Religious Freedom Denied

The Lord has shown us how to prepare for the time when these freedoms are taken away. “As religious aggression subverts the liberties of our nation, those who would stand for freedom of conscience will be placed in unfavorable positions.

Keys to the Storehouse – Heart-Wrenching

It is a heart-wrenching experience to know a better way but to have loved ones turn away to the world in which the devil has usurped temporary ownership and has caused much loss of eternal life.

Pen of Inspiration – Moses, Powerful through Faith

Moses gained that which went with him throughout the years of his toilsome and care-burdened life—a sense of the personal presence of the Divine One.

Question & Answer – Explain what is meant by “kick against the pricks” in Acts 9:5

The reference here means to go against your conscience. God pricks the conscience, the impressions of which are often resisted.

Health – Charcoal, Use it More

That makes sense because charcoal adsorbs poisons in the body. Dr. Janossy said that it controls the pathogenic bacteria in the gut. Because charcoal helps heal the gut, its ability to absorb nutrients is enhanced.

Life Sketches Series – Worship God

Racial prejudice is nothing new. It has existed in the world for thousands of years. In fact, we read about racial prejudice clear back in the book of Genesis, thousands of years before the time of Christ.

Children’s Story – The Waterlogged Canoe

He saw minnows dart back and forth between the reeds. Suddenly he stopped. What was that? he asked himself. It couldn’t be, but it surely looked like a canoe.

Food – Pineapple

A pineapple is not one fruit but 100–200 fruitlets fused together around a central core. It can take nearly three years for a single pineapple to reach maturity. It is the only edible fruit of its kind, the Bromeliads.

Recipe – Pineapple Coconut Sorbet

Pineapple Coconut Sorbet

Bible Study Guides – Abraham’s True Children

April 29 – May 5, 2018 - To Isaiah it was given to make very plain to Judah the truth that among the Israel of God were to be numbered many who were not descendants of Abraham after the flesh.

Bible Study Guides – The Everlasting Covenant

May 6 – 12, 2018 - The Abrahamic covenant was ratified by the blood of Christ, and it is called the ‘second,’ or ‘new,’ covenant, because the blood by which it was sealed was shed after the blood of the first covenant.

Bible Study Guides – Everlasting Grace

May 13 – 19, 2018 - Grace means favor to one who is undeserving, to one who is lost. The fact that we are sinners, instead of shutting us away from the mercy and love of God, makes the exercise of His love to us a positive necessity in order that we may be saved.

Bible Study Guides – A Faith That Works

May 20 – 26, 2018 - What is the relationship between faith and works? James 2:17, 18; Matthew 7:16–20. What kind of fruit does a Christian bear?

All Bible texts, unless appearing in quoted references or otherwise identified, are from the New King James Version.