Autobiography of George Muller - Chapter 8, Proving God's Faithfulness Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8, Proving God's Faithfulness Summary and Analysis

In Chapter Eight, Muller feel sled to start his firs orphan house, not only to provide for the number of orphans that attend classes with the Institution, but also to prove God's ability to provide for all man's needs on a daily basis, without any specific requests for support.

Muller meets various members of his congregation and discovers that, largely, they rely upon their own power to supply their needs. He tries to convince men that if they would work less and trust God more, their finances and their health could improve. Few appear to believe. Still others maintain a practice of spiritual devotion in their persona lives, but secular practices in their business dealings. Muller hopes that men can look to the orphan house as proof that God provides.

Craik joins Muller in support...

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