LandMarks Magazine Contents

1994 August

Editorial – Letter 55

The depth of our ruin is measured by the exalted light to which God has raised us in His great goodness and unspeakable mercy.

What Goes Around Comes Around

You must take hold of God with one hand while with the other hand, in love, you lay hold upon the erring and the sinner and draw them to Jesus.

To Judge or Not to Judge?

If we are not supposed to judge, how do we deal with people in a decided manner?

The World-Class Straw Man, part 3

In writing this response to, The Nature of Christ, by Roy Adams, we wish to dispel some of it's major contradictions with the Bible and Spirit of Prophecy.

The Digestion Process

The stomach may not share the same glamorous image as the heart or the brain, yet it is as worthy of recognition as any other organ of the body.

Life and Health – Whole Wheat Bread

Bread is the real staff of life, and therefore every cook should excel in making it.

Inspiration – Backsliding in Health Reform

"I am instructed to bear a message to all our people on the subject of health reform for many have backslidden from their former loyalty to health reform principles; the light that God has given is being disregarded.

The 13 Impossibilities

One of the highest attainments in the Christian life is to control appetite. . . . Without this victory, all hope of Heaven is vain.

Erecting Monuments

The marks of Solomon’s apostasy long outlived him. Solomon, the builder of the rich and glorious temple and most renowned of all kings, had sadly forsaken God for most of his life.

The Trial, John Huss, part 2

The Papacy condemned John Huss for crimes more grievous than the charges for which he was called to trial. The Council's interest was peaked towards the Reformer.