Autobiography of George Muller - Chapter 6, Beginning the Ministry at Bristol Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6, Beginning the Ministry at Bristol Summary and Analysis

Muller begins to feel that God desires shim to move from Teignmouth and an opportunity quickly arises to go to Bristol. Muller spends much time in prayer concerning this move. After much prayer, he feels at peace with the move and prepares his congregation at Teignmouth for the change. He feels that perhaps God intends for him to grow small congregations and move on, as is often the goal of missionaries.

The congregation responds with tearful support, begging the Muller's to visit often. Muller joins Brother Craik in Bristol and they assume the responsibilities of two congregations, at Gideon Chapel and Bethesda Chapel. After some struggles, they obtain lodging for both Craik and the Mullers.

Muller begins a rigorous schedule of preaching and study. He also announces the birth of his...

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