Articles of War of The Salvation Army

Articles Of War Of The Salvation Army

The Articles of War or A Soldiers Covenant is a document consisting of a series of promises and statements of belief in relation to the doctrines of The Salvation Army. All persons wanting to be enrolled as Salvation Army Soldiers must sign and promise to keep to that which is stated in the document.

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