Autobiography of George Muller - Chapter 12, Asking and Receiving Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12, Asking and Receiving Summary and Analysis

The year1839 opens with reports of prayer meetings lasting several hours, to praise God for his provisions in the orphan houses. Muller's first burden of the year is to do more to help the poor in the community, a surprising revelation, given the scope of his current work. However, he feels divinely instructed to do more.

As money continues to be in short supply for the orphan houses, Muller asks the headmaster to revisit him later in the day. Muller immediately goes to prayer. Indeed, at the close of the day, a generous package, postage paid, arrives with not only money, but also cloths, clothing and other supplies, and items to be sold for money.

Once again, in March, the oprhans' houses suffer need. Muller records the willingness of the staff to do without in...

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