Autobiography of George Muller - Chapter 4, Preaching, Studying, and Growth Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4, Preaching, Studying, and Growth Summary and Analysis

Often, Muller preaches in the areas of Exmouth and Teignmouth. He receives provisions from various fellow believers as he travels. Shortly, a small congregation at Teignmouth calls him to be their pastor. He accepts and begins perfecting in method of study and style of preaching.

Muller feels that, rather than study for a sermon, he should study for his own betterment and pray that a sermon comes in addition. Moreover, he rejects all of man's wisdom in favor of God and the Bible alone. Sometimes, he says, he enters the pulpit without a sermon yet, but trusts God, in faith, to give him the right words in the right time.

Expository preaching, or taking a passage and explaining it, serves Muller best. He explains how he varies his preaching by sometimes expounding at...

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