Autobiography of George Muller - Chapter 17, A Time for Prosperity Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 17, A Time for Prosperity Summary and Analysis

At the end of 1842, Muller records a time of calm in the finances of the orphan houses. They receive enough to meet their needs, but no extra. Muller cone again refuses to buy items on credit, as it an apparent norm in this society. He states that to do so would show faith in lenders rather than faith in God. Such actions would, he fears, weaken the faith that he has grown in times of want. Furthermore, he repeats his desire to set forth an example of what daily faith in God can provide for a believer. Some weeks later, Muller records money coming in just as the staff concludes a prayer meeting for the need.

This theme continues in the New Year. IN February Muller records that "god's timing is always perfect...

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