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Excerpt from The Plan of Campaign for 1893, or the First Decade of the Salvation Army in Canada
In the second place we wish by this publication to indicate that we recognize the power of God's workings through the hearts of simple and child-like men as the sole means by which this glorious accomplishment has been wrought. The achievements of the Salvation Army have not been by the might either of wealth, or wisdom, or inﬂuence, but by the very same Spirit that empowered the apostles of old.
In the third place we firmly believe that this little book will be important as indicating a period in our history, when, as an organization. We have passed unharmed through the furnace of slander and misconception all the stronger for the trial and the purer for the test.
In faith, too, we venture to predict that the projects which are spoken of in these pages will have great con sequences in the salvation of many multitudes of precious souls, and a re-awakening of all the zeal and courage which has distinguished the Army's onward progress throughout the world.
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