LandMarks Magazine Contents

2022 November

Who Will be Saved and Who Will be Lost

Many of those who consider themselves His followers would be denied entrance to the kingdom. But what is the deciding factor that determines who will be saved and who will be lost?

Recipe – Creamy Vegan Banana Pudding

The Banana Bananas are one of the most versatile foods available. They come in their own container and can be eaten right out of the peel. The banana plant, also called a banana tree, is technically regarded as an herb, not a tree, because the stem doesn’t have true woody tissue. Bananas are the most ... Read more

Bible Study – The Second Coming of Jesus

November 27 – December 3, 2022 - Who will see Jesus at His second coming? Matthew 24:30; Mark 14:60–62; Revelation 1:7

Bible Study – The Millennium

December 4 – 10, 2022 - What will be the main occupation of the saints during the millennium? Daniel 7:22; 1 Corinthians 6:2, 3 Note: “During the thousand years between the first and the second resurrection the judgment of the wicked takes place.

Bible Study – The Resurrections

December 11 – 17, 2022 - Relate some resurrections in the New Testament. Luke 7:11–15; 8:49–55; Acts 9:36–40; 20:9–12

Bible Study – Sin and Sinners Destroyed

December 18 – 24, 2022 - What condition will exist after sin and sinners are destroyed? Psalm 104:35; Isaiah 14:7; 35:10; Zechariah 1:11 Note: “Satan’s work of ruin is forever ended.

Bible Study – The New Heaven and the New Earth

December 25 – 31, 2022 - What warning is given to children and youth who desire to inherit the new earth? Ephesians 6:1–3; Colossians 3:20

Editorial – Have you left out of your life what is most important?

A failure to study and obey God’s word has brought confusion into the world. Men have left the guardianship of Christ for the guardianship of the great rebel… .

The Temptations of Christ

The three temptations of Christ are recorded in detail in chapter 4 of both the gospels of Matthew and Luke and briefly referenced in the first chapter of Mark.

Gaining Primitive Godliness

So what is primitive godliness and how do we get it? The word godliness means Godlikeness. What is it like to be like God?

The Calvinist Reformation

This can also be seen in the approach to political liberalism. Human rights are its component. Liberalism is derived from the ideas of the Calvinist Reformation.

Health Nugget – Proper Diet

In order to know what are the best foods, we must study God’s original plan for our diet. He who created human beings and understands their needs appointed Adam his food.

Story – Ever Faithful

Ever faithful, always by my side, no matter what his limitations appear to be, Davie is just a wonder of love, that’s all. I keep wondering how he can do this.

Keys to the Storehouse – Obedience Brings Thanksgiving

He has done for His chosen people that which should inspire every heart with praise and thanksgiving; and it grieves Him that so little praise is offered.

Testimony – Something Lost, Then Returned

I inherited my voice and never really had to work at singing. It seemed that I just opened my mouth and the sound came out, strong and clear.

The Lamb: Invisible Things, Clearly Seen

Once the lamb has been born, the ewe begins the bonding process by licking it dry. With multiple lambs, the ewe will often clean them in the order of birth.

Question – How can I be thankful when everything is so bad?

Question: How can I be thankful when everything is so bad? Answer: Illness and death, grief and loneliness. Loss of a job and bills to pay. Violence, crime, hatred, crises, wars, and disasters. Temptation and trial. How is it possible, even for a moment, to be thankful in this world? All evil is brought about ... Read more

The Garden of God’s Promises

The promises of God are like precious flowers scattered through a garden. The Lord would have us linger over them, looking closely into them, taking in their loveliness, and appreciating the favor that God has bestowed upon us by making such rich provisions for our needs.

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