LandMarks Magazine Contents

2016 February

Editorial – Purity

The people who are finally saved at last will be people who have been seeking for purity as Enoch did. Here is an abbreviated prophetic description of their final struggle.

Ready for His Appearing

The problem today is that God’s professed people are not at all ready to receive the final atonement. Let’s suppose that it is time for the final atonement, but I have a sin in my life that I don’t want to overcome. Will it do any good for Jesus to remove all my sins if ... Read more

Deception and Prophecy

Nebuchadnezzar built a golden image in the land of Shinar and under threat of death demanded the people to bow down to it. So today an image is being erected that, once completed, will demand worship of the world's inhabitants.

The Pathway to Holiness

“No man receives holiness as a birthright, or as a gift from any other human being. Holiness is the gift of God through Christ.”

Current Events – Pope Opens Holy Year of Mercy

On December 8, 2015 Pope Francis pushed open the great bronze doors of St. Peter’s Basilica to commence his Holy Year of Mercy.

Keys to the Storehouse – Immature Wheat

Many of the people we may think to be tares in the church are really just immature wheat. Another word for immature is undeveloped.

Inspiration – Christ’s Lifework and Ours

How careful then we should be to follow the example of Christ in our lifework. Unless we do this, we are worthless to the world—salt which has lost its savor. …

Question & Answer – What formed the beast and its image?

After the warning against the worship of the beast and his image the prophecy declares: ‘Here are they that keep the commandments of God, and the faith of Jesus’ (Revelation 14:12).

Health – Temperance-A Remedy for Disease

Temperance means self control or moderation in the enjoyment of those things which are good, and the avoidance of that which is harmful. …

Sermon on the Mount Series – The Riches of Glory

Many poor people today believe that they would be happy if they were financially secure. What did Jesus mean when He said, “Happy are the poor”?

Children’s Story – The Davis Indians

It was in the year 1911 that this missionary started on his long, lonely journey from Georgetown, Guyana, to Mount Roraima. His only companions were two Indians, one to act as guide, the other as interpreter.

Food – Celery – Stalks of Protection

Celery a member of the parsley family contains compounds that may help lower blood pressure and perhaps help prevent cancer. It is also a good source of insoluble fiber as well as a number of essential nutrients, including potassium, vitamin C, and calcium.

Recipe – Braised Celery

Recipe Braised Celery 8 stalks of celery, scrubbed and ends trimmed (chop and reserve leaves) Pinch of salt or seasoning salt 1 Tbsp. oil ½ cup of vegetable stock Cut celery into 1-inch slices on the diagonal. Heat oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Add celery, along with salt and cook until it ... Read more

Bible Study Guides – Seeking the Saviour

The wealthy customs officer was not altogether the hardened man of the world that he seemed. Beneath the appearance of worldliness and pride was a heart susceptible to divine influences. Zacchaeus had heard of Jesus.

Bible Study Guides – Gospel Order

“God is a God of order. Everything connected with heaven is in perfect order; subjection and thorough discipline mark the movements of the angelic host. Success can only attend order and harmonious action."

Bible Study Guides – Go and Teach All Nations

“In the commission to His disciples, Christ not only outlined their work, but gave them their message. Teach the people, He said, ‘to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you’ (Matthew 28:20)."

Bible Study Guides – God Is Calling You!

God calls for Christian families to go into the dark places of the earth and work wisely and perseveringly for those who are enshrouded in spiritual gloom. To answer this call requires self-sacrifice.

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