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The Autobiography Of George Muller

[Paperback]

by George Muller

A simple story of sin to dependence, you'll be reminded of God's faithfulness with each diary excerpt from George Muller

  • Want to be inspired by an ordinary man of faith?

  • In George Muller's autobiography you'll be reminded God uses ordinary people for extraordinary means

  • You'll be inspired to trust God, with confidence

  • Book Format

    Paperback

  • Publisher

    Whitaker House

  • Published

    November 1984

  • Weight

    160g

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What can be accomplished in an ordinary man who trusts in an extraordinary God?

George Muller discovered the endless possibilities!

These excerpts from his diary allow Muller to tell his own story. Join him on his journey from a life of sin and rebellion to his glorious conversion. Share his struggles and triumphs as he establishes orphan homes to care for thousands of English children, depending upon God's response to his prayer of faith to supply all things.

You will learn how to:

  • pray in faith and receive answers
  • seek God for direction
  • find the ultimate purpose for your life
  • rest in God's loving care

    George Muller's unwavering, childlike dependence upon his heavenly Father will inspire you to confidently trust the God of the impossible in every area of your life.

Introduction
1. An Unlikely Preacher
2. The Prodigal's Return
3. Stepping Out into Ministry
4. Preaching, Studying, and Growth
5. Learning to Live by Faith
6. Beginning the Ministry at Bristol
7. The Scriptural Knowledge Institution
8. Proving God's Faithfulness
9. The Ministry Expands
10. Persevering under Trial
11. Trusting God for Every Need
12. Asking and Receiving
13. Looking to the Lord
14. Faith Strengthened by Exercise
15. Daily Prayer and Timely Answers
16. Food for Growing Faith
17. A Time of Prosperity
18. God Builds a Miracle
19. Answering God's Call to Service
20. The Exciting Life of Stewardship
21. A New Victory of Faith
22. Receiving More to Give More
23. More Work and Greater Miracles
24. Continued Prosperity and Growth
25. The Spirit's Work among Us
Conclusion

Specification

  • Book Format

    Paperback

  • Publisher

    Whitaker House

  • Published

    November 1984

  • Weight

    160g

  • Page Count

    240

  • Dimensions

    107 x 173 x 18 mm

  • ISBN

    9780883681596

  • ISBN-10

    0883681595

  • Eden Code

    1133926

More Information

  • ISBN: 9780883681596

  • Publisher: Whitaker House

  • Release Date: November 1984

  • Weight: 160g

  • Dimensions: 107 x 173 x 18 mm

  • Eden Code: 1133926


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16 years ago

Autobiography of George Müller

This is an imposing tome two inches thick, but don’t be put off. It tells in great detail the amazing story of a young man in Prussia coming to a deep faith, moving to England and becoming the founder of five Orphan houses in Bristol. Many people now know that much of the story, but there is so much more to tell. His total reliance on prayer for income was an act of faith unheard of at that time. This was income for his wife and family, his orphanage work, his missionary work, the distribution of Bibles, the setting up of schools and other charitable work. Every penny received was meticulously recorded and he gave thanks to God in anticipation of help as well as thanksgiving for what had been received. On page 377, he exhorts exhausted readers, to put the book by, and read on in small passages, good advice, though I found this compulsive reading for its sheer wonder.

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