Autobiography of George Muller - Chapter 14, Faith Strengthened by Exercise Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14, Faith Strengthened by Exercise Summary and Analysis

In January of 1841, Muller writes that money is needed for the printing of the previous year's report. He knows that, if the report fails to appear soon, people will now the money is lacking. Within days, the money comes in. Surprisingly, a man offers up to one thousand pounds to send an eligible person as a missionary to the East Indies, but no candidate arises.

In March, Muller records an encouraging story of conversion, for those suffering from unbelieving family. Baron von Kamp of Prussia employed several poor weavers in order to help both poor themselves and the ailing economy. Not only did the baron provide work, at his own expense, but also ministered to the spiritual needs of the workers. What's more, he traveled the country, speaking for the needs of the...

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