LandMarks Magazine Contents

1998 September

Editorial — Preparation for the Latter Rain, part 4

Those who follow in the light need have no anxiety lest that in the outpouring of the latter rain they will not be baptized with the Holy Spirit.

New Bottles

You cannot put new wine into old wineskins. You cannot unite the teachings of Christ with Pharisaism. Many people have tried it, but always to their own destruction.

The Purpose of Missionary Schools

Those who seek the education that the world esteems so highly are gradually led further and further from the principles of truth until they become educated worldlings.

True Education

Our ideas of education take too narrow in range. There is need of a broader scope. True education means more than the pursual of a certain course of study.

No Place to Go

Start a home church by personal visitation and Bible studies until you have a group where the Spirit of God is manifested.

Children’s Story — A Stormy Night

A few years ago, my family went on a vacation to a national park in North Dakota. The last night that we camped was a very adventurous one.

What Doest Thou Here?

Did you join the Seventh-day Adventist Church because you loved the Advent message?

From Mourning to Celebrating, part 2

In this article, we will look at another of the devil’s great deceptions, which is masked in the Celebration Movement.

Food for Life — September 1998

"Grains, fruits, nuts, and vegetables constitute the diet chosen for us by our Creator. These foods, prepared in a simple manner, are the most healthful.

Romans 7

Two completely opposite interpretations occur within Seventh-day Adventism, today, concerning the seventh chapter of Romans.

Seventh Day Adventist Roots, part 4

As the year 1831 approached, the conviction began to grow in Miller’s mind that he must proclaim his findings regarding the imminent return of Jesus.