LandMarks Magazine Contents

1998 November

Editorial — The Fruits of the Spirit

If Jesus is dwelling in our hearts (John 15:4), then all the fruits of the Spirit will be seen in our lives; not one will be missing.

Will Freedom Survive?

Over two and a half centuries passed, beyond apostolic time, before the introduction, by the Roman Catholic Church, of Sunday observance.

A House Divided, part 2

A divided house is not new. A division came into the early church because of apostasy. God sought to lead His people back out of that apostasy.

A Root out of Dry Ground

Jesus was looked upon as a root out of dry ground because He did not draw His nourishment from earthly sources. Jesus’ source of nourishment was streams of heavenly origin.

Food for Life — Vegetables and Fruit

It is not well to eat fruit and vegetables at the same meal. If the digestion is feeble, the use of both will often cause distress and inability to put forth mental effort.

The New Theology, part 2

"Our assurance of salvation is based on God’s grace by faith, not on our behavior or character development." This is the message of the New Theology.

The Saints Sitting in Judgment

The saints have no participation in the work of the judgment until the coming of the Lord. 1 Corinthians 4:5. The decision of every case is made by God the Father beforehand.

SDA Roots, part 6

We will take a look at four men that unreservedly gave themselves to the propagation of the Second Advent message in 1838.

Children’s Story — The Strength of Clinton

When Clinton Stevens was eleven years old, he was taken very sick with pneumonia. During convalescence, he suffered an unexpected relapse