LandMarks Magazine Contents

2018 January

Editorial – The Reluctant Prophet

The Bible does not give all the reasons for Jonah’s reluctance, but it does record his complaint against God in Jonah 4.  Jonah (prophet) was afraid for his own reputation.

Perfection, What is It?

Perfection is not a bad word, as many people think. Perfection simply means to have perfect love in your heart. If you love God with all your heart, soul, and mind, and you love your neighbor as yourself, you are perfect. 

Religious Liberty by Law

A question concerning religious liberty is one that pertains to religion; and where should we go for information concerning religion, except to the Bible? There we learn that, “Pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this, To visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction, and to keep himself unspotted from the ... Read more

Do You Have the Faith of Jesus?

The religion of Jesus Christ has not been as clearly defined as it should be, that the souls who are seeking for the knowledge of the plan of salvation may discern the simplicity of faith.

The Beginning of the Sacrificial System

The sacrifice demanded by their transgression revealed to Adam and Eve the sacred character of the law of God; and they saw, as they had never seen before, the guilt of sin and its dire results

No Good Reason for Being Discouraged

there can be no reason why we should not become sinless, and live a pure life. It is sin that discourages us, and only sin.

Current Events – Sunday’s Coming – Poland votes to make Sunday a Day of Rest

Poland - voting to proclaim Sunday a day of rest and phase out shopping on Sunday by 2020.

Keys to the Storehouse – Whom Do You Reflect?

Why waste your time sitting with the devil and lose out on that peace which God has promised through Jesus Christ.

Pen of Inspiration – Life Through Death

So the life that will be preserved is the life that is freely given in service to God and man.

Question and Answer – How did the Israelites sink so low as to sacrifice their own children?

erected their altars they required their children to leap over the altars through the fire

Health – Pine Stimulates Healing

there is health in the fragrance of the pine, the cedar, and the fir

Life Sketches – From Sinner to Saint

When the apostle Paul met the Lord Jesus on the Damascus road, it was a momentary event that completely changed forever the course of his life

Children’s Story – Finding My Cornet

I couldn’t remember seeing the basket when we got off the train in the morning. My cornet was lost!

Food – Arugula

Arugula is from the cruciferous family. Within the cruciferous family, in terms of conventional nutrients (vitamins, minerals, proteins, carbs, and fats), there is not another vegetable group that is as high in vitamin A carotenoids, vitamin C, folic acid, and fiber as the cruciferous vegetables. Arugula is also known as rocket or Italian cress.

Recipe – Broccoli Arugula Soup and Arugula/Romaine Salad

Broccoli Arugula Soup and Arugula/Romaine Salad

Insights from the Book of Isaiah (II) – Beholding the Lamb

January 28 – February 3, 2018 - It is high time we devoted the few remaining precious hours of our probation to washing our robes of character and making them white in the blood of the Lamb, that we may be of that white-robed company who shall stand about the great white throne.

Insights from the Book of Isaiah (II) – Sharing With Our Neighbors

February 4 – 10, 2018 - We should know individually and be able to tell others that every promise of God is true. It is by bearing a straightforward testimony in word and work, that we are counted as true, faithful witnesses for Christ.

Insights from the Book of Isaiah (II) – The Struggles of the Remnant

February 11 – 17, 2018 - God’s remnant people, standing before the world as reformers, are to show that the law of God is the foundation of all enduring reform and that the Sabbath of the fourth commandment is to stand as a memorial of creation, a constant reminder of the power of God.

Insights from the Book of Isaiah (II) – Cooperating With Heaven

February 18 – 24, 2018 - The same intensity of desire to save sinners that marked the life of the Saviour marks the life of His true follower. The Christian has no desire to live for self. He delights to consecrate all that he has and is to the Master’s service.

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