Autobiography of George Muller - Chapter 18, God Builds a Miracle Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 18, God Builds a Miracle Summary and Analysis

Muller begins Chapter 19 with a blanket statement, rather than a diary entry. He explains his reason for an avoidance of building a large building for the orphans. To do so, he feels, ties up funds desperately needed elsewhere. At this point, the reader readily sees that extra money for such a building project never came across Muller's desk. However, after what Muller sees a rational complaint from a neighbor of the orphans' houses, the consideration for more adequate facilities takes hold. Muller sets about to consider the pros and cons of a major building project.

For pros, Muller lists that the neighbors harbor logical complaints and to remain could represent blight on his Christian reputation, thus injuring his cause. He also quotes scripture about moderation and points out that such taxing on the...

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