Worcester - Salvation Army (1880)

To God be all the glory, for the great things he has been working amongst us this past week, wave after wave of Salvation has been flying over us at every meeting. On Monday night a band of our Hallelujah lasses summoned all at Jesus' call and 10 wept their way to Calvary. On Tuesday a band of redeemed drunkards continued the fight and in the grand Hallelujah wind up 12 sought and found the master. On Wednesday our Assembly meeting was attended with power and God, for Christ's sake, saved 21 souls; five came out again on Thursday, idols cast at the feet of Jesus on Friday. Saturday, Free and Easy; six professed to find the Saviour.

On Sunday we had 300 at knee-drill and the Lord was with us all the day; large crowds unable to get in Barracks at night; a powerful meeting and 15 souls professing to find peace in believing. Praise the Lord!

From, 'The War Cry', September 1881.

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I do not know where the meetings were held.

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