Autobiography of George Muller - Chapter 13, Looking to the Lord Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13, Looking to the Lord Summary and Analysis

On January 1, 1840, Muller receives an offering for the orphans form a woman whom he knows owes money. He resolves to return the envelope, unopened, so the woman may pay her creditors instead. That same day, Muller receives another offering of five pounds. IN January and February, Muller returns to Germany to visit both friends and his ailing father. He decides to make the trip immediately, due to his own failing health. Upon returning, he remarks that the ministries of the Scriptural Knowledge institution flourish.

Soon after this, a man writes asking about needs of the ministry, Muller replies by stating that, should the man feel led to give, he may, but Muller does not feel led to explain the financial situation of the instruction. The man sent 100 pounds, which Muller used to begin...

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