Prison Life? Temptation and How To Overcome It with The Salvation Army Soldiers Covenant

The framework for living found in The Salvation Army Soldiers Covenant can help us to choose to be "slaves to God" rather than "slaves to sin" as Paul puts it.

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Prison Life? Temptation and How To Overcome It with The Salvation Army Soldiers Covenant
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Summary

In Prison Life? Temptation and How To Overcome It, Captain Rob Westwood-Payne reminds us that prison life is harsh. But the good news is that we needn’t toil in the prison of self when we could be serving God; we needn’t be disobedient when we could be walking in the Spirit. The bad news is that our mortal, very human bodies seem to provide constant opportunities for us to be tempted every which way.

The Freedom Found in The Salvation Army Soldiers Covenant

The framework for living found in The Salvation Army Soldiers Covenant or Salvation Army Articles of War (the document that contains The Salvation Army soldier rules to live by) can help us to choose, moment by moment, to be “slaves to God” rather than “slaves to sin” as Paul puts it.

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