Autobiography of George Muller - Chapter 9, The Ministry Expands Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9, The Ministry Expands Summary and Analysis

Muller shares how, in preparing the orphan houses, Muller prays about every aspect. He confesses that, at first he fails to pray for orphans, and none applies. He repents of this to God and soon the house fills with needy children. From the start, Muller considers expanding, so the ministry can support more children of varying ages.

When illness once again causes Muller's confinement, he begins writing a testimony of his life so far, which he describes only as "a narrative of the Lord's dealing with me." He desires to publish it without debt, which signifies that he must raise 1,000 pounds.

Muller continues to testify of the Lord's provisions at just the right times. In October, the institution opens a sixth day school and an infant orphan house. On November 5, Muller shares that a man...

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