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strive to grow in grace ourselves, to use all means in our power to promote the growth of grace in each other, and to be instrumental in bringing others to a saving knowledge of the truth as it is in Jesus; in short, to realize and act out in our lives the truth that we are not our own, but are bought with a price, and are therefore bound to glorify God in our bodies and in our spirits, which are God's. Of this Association Lieutenant-Colonel Joseph N. Brown was President; Lieutenant R. 13. Watson and Adjutant W. P. Ready, Vice-Presidents; and Captain H. P. Griffith, Secretary and Treasurer. The soldiers in the West were as fully blessed with the spirit of revival as their comrades in the East. Vicksburg and other points on the Mississippi were sorely pressed by the Federals, and there was much marching, counter-marching, and fighting on the field and in trenches, but still the work of God went on with unusual power. In response to the urgent demand for more laborers in this gr