Autobiography of George Muller - Chapter 16, Food for Growing Faith Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16, Food for Growing Faith Summary and Analysis

Chapter Sixteen breaks from the diary form of previous chapter. Instead, Muller utilizes a longer narrative form to address "growing faith," as the title suggests. Muller confesses that he fails to possess innate faith; instead, he feels that his faith grows through trials in his life. Furthermore, he admonishes believers that each person possesses the same faith; that which allows him to live day to day and run the orphan houses is not different form the faith that any Christian receives on their own, heartfelt conversion.

Even with such faith, Muller honestly admits times of discouragement in his life. He shares, for the fist time, trials that befall the orphan houses other than finances, such as rumors or illness. He voices his habit of trusting God, especially when times looked their worst. Muller...

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