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Issue Date: 1 September 2009

September 2009
Volume:10 No: 9

Editorial:I give my Heart! I'll do my Part!;International Secretary's Column:Envies Thee for my sake; Message:[Frederick Booth Tucker - The Firm Fighter for God; An Army with Heavenly Weapons; No Ceasefire in this Warfare; Onam Festival in God's own Country

In this issue:

Editorial: I give my Heart! I'll do my Part!

"Take your part in suffering, as a loyal soldier of Christ Jesus" (II Timothy 2:3)


International Secretary's Column: Envies Thee for my Sake

]Instructed by God, Moses and the Israelites departed from Mount Sinai and camped at the place which was three days journey.


My Best Men Are Women

Women's development in a male dominated country like India (where women are considered to be second rate citizens) would have seemed impossible when the Army in began 1882.


Frederick Booth Tucker - The Firm Fighter for God

The moment we think of the commencement of the Salvation Army work in India, a flood of memories surge over us and it goes back to 19th September 1882.


An Army with Heavenly Weapons

It's obvious when the Indian newspaper published that The Salvation Army is going to attack India, all the Government officials and forces were made alert to face any kind of situation.


No Ceasefire in this Warfare

General Frederick L. Coutts, in his one volume history of The Salvation Army - “No Discharge in this War” - wrote in conclusion:


Onam Festifal in God's own Country

Kerala is known as God’s own country. The geographical structure, vegetation, hills, rivers, beautiful paddy fields, green coconut trees etc adds beauty to the land. Onam is National festival of Kerala (Malayalees).



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