Autobiography of George Muller - Chapter 2, The Prodigal's Return Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2, The Prodigal's Return Summary and Analysis

Muller points out God's mercy even in his rebellious days. He confesses that he rarely went to church and read none of the Bible habitually. Finally, though, his new friend, Beta, introduces him to a small, home-based Bible study.

Muller recognizes the group as a source of what he seeks. He attends apologetically, but with avid curiosity. From the first meeting, Muller feels and acts differently. Letters about missionaries make a significant impact on his life as well. He admits to Beta that not even their summer travels caused this type of joy in his heart.

He attended the studies daily and read the missionary letters with new interest. Even in his spiritual immaturity, he feels called to the field of missions. He writes to his father, expecting joyful support, but gains scathing anger instead...

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