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Issue Date: 1 September 2011

September 2011
Volume:12 No: 9

Editorial:Welcome to the line ;International Secretary's Column:It is the Spirit that gives life

In this issue:

Editorial:Welcome to the line

]Isn't yellow line on this road, Dad? - asked my son who is of 11. Anxious, though was he, to know the why and whereabouts of the dividing yellow line on the road,


International Secretary's Column : It is the Spirit that Gives life

The Coronation Chair was made on the orders of King Edward I of England in 1300–1 to enclose the Stone of Scone (also called the Stone of Destiny), which he had brought from Scotland in l296 and placed in the care of the Abbot of Westminster.


Obituary: Commissioner Clifton a Wonderful woman of God

Commissioner Helen Clifton, The Salvation Army's former World President of Women's Ministries, was promoted to glory on Tuesday 14 June. She was 63. The commissioner, who had been ill for some time, passed away at St Christopher's Hospice in south London.


Article: Birth of The Salvation Army in India

In John 11:25 and 14:6, “Jesus says that He possesses life and that He is life”. John 11:25, “Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection, and the life.” John 14:6, “Jesus said unto him, I am the way, the truth and the life.”


Article: Marching along in India

The Salvation Army in India was started in the year 1882 September 19. According to Commissioner (Mrs.) Solveig Smith in her book 'By Love Compelled' 'Other armies had come to conquer,


Article: Self Denial (Part 1)

Self Denial is a sacrificial term where one denies his self for the sake of others alike parents for their children and vice-versa – a true friend for his friend – a true Christian for Christ –


Article: The real Winners

When I wrote on leadership in the June edition of War Cry there were endearing feedbacks from the readers. However, it is a subject always discussed over and over again. Everyone looks to a better leadership wherever they work or worship. All leaders try to lead their people to a better destination.



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