LandMarks Magazine Contents

2017 November

Be Thankful – Good Medicine for the Troubled

The spirit of thankfulness is like a tonic. It causes one to lift his head, to walk more erect. It smooths the ruffled brow, and places a smile upon the countenance. “Nothing tends more to promote health of body and of soul than does a spirit of gratitude and praise.”

Current Events – Nearly every Continent of this earth has been hit by climate and weather disasters

Nearly every Continent of this earth has been hit by climate and weather disasters. In the midst of all of this disaster was an amazing display of God’s creation when the moon eclipsed the sun.

Keys to the Storehouse – Grace Be To You

The divine grace which He alone can impart, is as living water, purifying, refreshing, and invigorating the soul.

Pen of Inspiration – Rejoice in the Lord Always

let the melody of thanksgiving and praise ascend to heaven in your life service. Keep cheerful, full of faith and courage and hope.

Question & Answer – Who Judges the Wicked?

Then I saw thrones, and Jesus and the redeemed saints sat upon them; and the saints reigned as kings and priests unto God, and the wicked dead were judged, and their acts were compared with the statute book, the word of God, and they were judged according to the deeds done in the body

Health – Defiled Meat/Diseased Meat

Daniel purposed in his heart not to eat defiled meat. Have you purposed just as resolutely in your heart that you will refrain from eating diseased, meat?

Children’s Story – Kathy “Sees” Thanksgiving

I’ve never really been able to know about the things that Thanksgiving means because I couldn’t touch them. But today you really have helped me to “see” Thanksgiving. I think I want to thank Jesus for you.”

Life Sketches – From Persecutor to Apostle

The Lord did not show Ananias that it was going to be safe to go. He was going to visit the persecutor, the one who had come to Damascus to seize all the Christians and put them in prison

Food – Pumpkin – The King of Squash

Pumpkin was a popular food back then, and the early settlers ate a peck of it in pumpkin soup, pumpkin pie, and even pumpkin beer.

Recipe – Easy Pumpkin Puree

Choose the lighter colored “pie pumpkins” or “sugar pumpkins.” They are sweeter and less watery than the orange jack-o’-lantern pumpkins.

Insights from the Book of Isaiah (1) – Humanity Held Accountable

November 26 – December 2, 2017 - Each one of us should stand where we realize our responsibility and accountability to the God of heaven. When we realize this, Divine blessing will rest upon us.

Insights from the Book of Isaiah (1) – Guidance for the Meek

December 3 - 9, 2017 - While we cannot love and fellowship those who are the bitter enemies of Christ, we should cultivate that spirit of meekness and love that characterized our Master—a love that thinketh no evil and is not easily provoked.

Insights from the Book of Isaiah (1) – Compassion for the Penitent

December 10-16, 2017 - If those who are unforgiving comprehended the depth of its meaning, they would not dare repeat it, and ask God to deal with them as they deal with their fellow mortals.

Insights from the Book of Isaiah (1) – A Message for Today

December 17 – 23, 2017 - But the servant of God is soon made aware that he has risked something. He finds himself and his message made the subject of criticism.

Insights from the Book of Isaiah (1) – A Mission for Today

December 24 - 30, 2017 He designs that we, by doing medical missionary work, shall undo the heavy burdens and let the oppressed go free.

Editorial – The United States of America in Prophecy

A beast in Bible prophecy represents a religious or civil power or nation (see Daniel 7:23).

The Rare Man

The rare man is filled with the Holy Spirit. “Just prior to His leaving His disciples for the heavenly courts, Jesus encouraged them with the promise of the Holy Spirit. This promise belongs as much to us as it did to them, and yet how rarely it is presented before the people. …

Bible Biographies

A subject of wonder to many that inspired history should narrate in the lives of good men facts that tarnish their moral characters. Infidels seize upon these sins with great satisfaction and hold their perpetrators up to ridicule.

Love, the Law and Heaven

If I am motivated to do something from any other motive than pure, true principled love, I believe that it is a given that sooner or later that motive would change, and as the motive changes, the action also changes.