Autobiography of George Muller - Chapter 3, Stepping out into Ministry Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3, Stepping out into Ministry Summary and Analysis

Muller begins to feel called to minister to Polish Jews and starts studying Hebrew with earnest. Dr. Tholuck approaches him about just such a position and the unprompted suggestion seems to solidify the move in Muller's mind. However, political unrest in Bucharest prohibits the missionary society from sending any new missionaries.

Finally, however, Muller obtains an assignment, instead in London, England. He passes the interview process and receives a six months appointment with probation. However, he must first obtain exemption from his one year of obligatory military service. Several avenues fail and, just when he fears he will lose the appointment and enter the military, he obtains a medical excuse, as the physician deems him too unfit for service. The exception is good for life.

The missionary society supports Muller as he studies...

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