Autobiography of George Muller - Chapter 21, A New Victory of Faith Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21, A New Victory of Faith Summary and Analysis

The reader notices a one-year gap between chapters 20 and 21, the largest in the book so far. Such lapses in record seem to signify success for Muller's ministry, as he never fails to record times of trials and glances over times of ease and bounty.

Already, with the new orphan house at capacity, Muller begins to consider expansion. At first, he fears that he fails to possess the personal ability to oversea such a large operation. What's more, he fears that dreams of expansion serve only to distract him from his already full schedule. Therefore, maybe they are only a device of Satan, meant to cripple the ministry.

As he did before the first expansion, Muller makes the matter a subject of much prayer. He also lists pros and cons in his...

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