Autobiography of George Muller - Chapter 19, Answering God's Call to Service Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 19, Answering God's Call to Service Summary and Analysis

In the beginning of 1847, Muller prays once again for money, feeling that the building of the new orphan house will begin soon. Within hours, a gift of two thousand pounds arrives. Muller puts the donations of the last 14 months at over nine thousand pounds. Muller also shares his desire to aid missionaries who labor with no regular salary. Though he feels comfortable in such a life himself, he fears that such struggles limit those in foreign fields.

March, however, brings economic hardship for the entire area. Muller admonishes his reader that, when one's visible means decrease; this brings the opportunity for one's faith to increase. In spite of such trying times, Muller rejoices that God supplies all the needs of the orphans' houses, despite rises costs for food and fuel. In...

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