Autobiography of George Muller - Chapter 25, The Spirit's Work Among Us Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 25, The Spirit's Work Among Us Summary and Analysis

In his final chapter, Muller records the construction of a third orphan house, bringing the ministries' capacity to over one thousand orphans. They have ministered to the physical and spiritual needs of thousands of orphans in more than twenty years.

Muller also tells of the untimely death of an orphan, Caroline Bailey. She is the only orphan mentioned by name in the whole book. However, nearly a year after her death due to illness, a spiritual awakening continues in the orphan houses, bringing many spiritual questions and conversions, which cause Muller much joy. Muller closes his book with a letter from a previous orphan, offering thanks to Muller and God for the opportunities afforded him at the orphan house. Muller gives all glory to God for all the good that comes...

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