Autobiography of George Muller - Chapter 23, More Work and Greater Miracles Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 23, More Work and Greater Miracles Summary and Analysis

As more money and larger sums come in for the orphan houses, Muller writes that such occurrences never surprise him. He rejoices and praises God, but surprise would signify a lack of faith, which he never shows. He appears humbled to be used in such a grand fashion, but never doubts that his God can achieve such large operations.

Muller continues with two seemingly differing ideas. First, he admonishes Christians not only to believe, but also to work. Muller offers that opportunities often require great work on the part of men and great blessings on the part of God. Secondly, however, he calls for patience in the Lord, again telling the reader to refrain from running ahead of the Lord. Muller states that waiting often seems more difficult than attempting to...

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