LandMarks Magazine Contents

1997 September

Editorial — A Hard Lesson

It has ever proved a dangerous thing for men to carry out their own will in opposition to the requirements of God. Yet it is a hard lesson for men to learn that God means what He says.

Were the Jewish Rulers Part of the Church?

Were the Jewish Rulers Part of the Church? This is a question usually asked by theological opponents who expect the answer to be yes.

Could Peter ‘s Denial Be Mine?

How often we are like Peter; we look at the water instead of Jesus. We need to learn that if we will put our trust in Him, He will save us.

The Vistorious Life

It is your privilege to trust in the love of Jesus for salvation, in the fullest, surest, noblest manner; to say, He loves me, He receives me; I will trust Him, for He gave His life for me.

One With Christ in God

The world delights in disunion amongst Christians.God calls for a change. Union with Christ and with one another is our only safety in these last days.

The Great Feasts of the Bible — The Passover

The precious atonement of Jesus, as portrayed by the Passover, was not an afterthought. The sacrifice of God’s Son was foreseen by Deity from eternity past.

How He Learned to Pray

For the first time in many years, I knelt down to pray, and solemnly promised that if He would lead me to safety, I would be a better man.

Children’s Story — Stuck on Shadow Mountain

Zzizzizzizzizztt, Zzizzizzizzizztt. That says it, Im stuck! Im stranded on this mountain without transportation. How will the Lord help me out?

John Wesley, An English Reformer, part 2

Because of this experience at Aldersgate, Wesley was truly converted. There was a change from a mere intellectual belief in salvation to one of the heart.

Glance at the Past

As we look back upon the Advent movement it appears just like the work of God in separating a people from the world to make them ready for the Lord's Coming.

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