Autobiography of George Muller - Chapter 11, Trusting God for Every Need Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11, Trusting God for Every Need Summary and Analysis

Muller continues to record the dire need for provisions, but he expresses no doubt that his God will provide. When money arrives, halfway through September, Muller gives God praise and speculates that perhaps the giver's reluctance attributed to the delay. However, by the end of the month, they find themselves without money and in need of rent for the orphan houses.

Muller keeps the staff up to date on the financial situation, as they meet daily for prayer. However, those outside of the work know nothing of the need, as Muller desires it to be. Furthermore, the children know nothing of the situation, as far as Muller reports. One could speculate that they may suspect the truth, but no one reports the truth to them.

The rent for September comes in...

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