Autobiography of George Muller - Chapter 24, Continued Prosperity and Growth Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 24, Continued Prosperity and Growth Summary and Analysis

Muller shows evidence of his faith in God by looking for land for the new house even before he receives the money. He does not intend to purchase on credit; instead, he believes the money is so sure that he can settle on the land. His burden for the orphans stems from awaiting list of more than 700 orphans waiting for an opening. He briefly describes the vast population of orphans in the country, in comparison to the small number of appropriate houses. Muller counts it a privilege to work in such a ministry. In order for a man to feel this way, Muller lists several personality requirements. First, a man must be willing to work; he must also be willing to receive aid large and small, giving no more respect to the larger...

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