Autobiography of George Muller - Chapter 10, Persevering Under Trial Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10, Persevering Under Trial Summary and Analysis

The beginning of 1838 finds Muller in the poorest of health yet recorded. He misses several month of Sunday preaching engagements. He finds the time of confinement as a blessed opportunity to pray for the needs of the ministries.

In July of this year, the orphan houses fall into dire want. They begin to live day to day, in that they buy bread daily instead of weekly. Muller begins to share the need with the staff and they meet regularly for prayer, though the meetings often end in rejoicing.

Through September, no offering of significance come in, yet the orphan never go without nutritional food. The employees themselves give sacrificially, and one woman even gives up her salary for a year.

This time seems to be the direst to date, yet Muller reports feelings of peace...

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