Volume 36

Our world is a kaleidoscope of the new and improved.

volume-36-coverMind-boggling technology, gargantuan data banks and the ability to communicate worldwide, allow us to be at a pinnacle of development. But, are we better o for all of these advancements? How do we explain the increase of teenage suicides and depression, rampant violence, the threat of impending terrorist attacks, moral decadence, and the disintegration of our families?

In the midst of a world fraught with trouble and turmoil, Via Magazine offers a message of hope and peace in the person of the Lord Jesus Christ. He is the answer to your personal and spiritual needs.

If you accept Christ now as your Saviour, you will enter the door onto the narrow way that leads to Heaven. You can see this depicted on the chart in the centre of this magazine. With the Lord Jesus as your Saviour, you have everything to gain in this life and in the life to come. If you reject Him, you have nothing to gain in time and everything to lose in eternity.

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I thought

We sat at the airport and watched her. She was immaculately and expensively dressed and approached the check-in desk with all the confidence of an experienced traveller.

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Real Meaning

Does life have any real meaning or purpose? Why are we here? In my search for the answer to these questions, I turned to drugs.

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The Greatest Price

The small ingot of gold held in my hand was worth $350,000. Gold bars were stacked from the foor to the ceiling. I was looking at a vast fortune in pure gleaming gold!

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Religious Boredom

These were people whom God would have loved to bless, but who had despised His claim upon them. e outward signs of worship had become a ‘bore’ and a ‘burden’ to them.

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The Book of Life

In the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower in the Canadian Houses of Parliament are a number of massive books. ey commemorate the Canadian men and women of the armed forces who have given their lives in the service of their country.

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I Sit Alone

I sit alone, no one to talk to. No one to share my problems, no one to care. I’m lost. I don’t know where I’m going. Headed for destruction, my world will soon fall apart.

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God Understands Sign Language

I am the youngest in my family and live with my parents, sister and brother. I was born hearing, but when I was two years old I was very sick with meningitis and became deaf.

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Big Work, Small Place

How many tourists would ever stop at Craigellachie, BC were it not for a monument that marks the place where the last spike was driven in 1885 to complete the Canadian Pacific Railroad, linking Canada from Atlantic to Pacific Oceans?

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At the End of the Road YOU Meet God

Many years ago I came across one of the most unique stores I have ever seen. But so was the owner — Brook High. Old Brook had no cash register, just two large rolls of money in his pocket, and under the counter a colt 45 caliber automatic, just in case anyone got the idea that he could rob the place.

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The Answer is Peace

Our daily newspapers are filled with painful reminders that ours is a turbulent and troubled world. Acts of violence and a disturbing number of crimes are committed every day.

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Beyond Religion

My upbringing was nothing remarkable. I was just like any other boy in the neighborhood. I was raised in the Catholic faith in a small town in Eastern Quebec.

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The Warning of the Lighthouse

There it is – a lighthouse perched on a high point overlooking the ocean, casting its beam across the waters. If it could talk, we’d learn about the many lives it has saved, the shipwrecks it has seen, and the harrowing moments it has survived.

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