Autobiography of George Muller Setting & Symbolism

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Kroppenstaedt, Prussia

Muller gives his birthplace as Kroppenstaedt, in the Kingdom of Prussia in 1805. At the age of eight, he moved to Halberstadt to study to become a clergyman.

Faith

Early in life, Muller knows nothing of faith. However, it becomes the most important force in his life once he moves to England. He prays by faith for the littlest aspects of his daily needs. At certain periods, he prays daily for bread and other simple needs. Living thus reminds him to live by faith in all things, trusting God for larger aspects such as guidance and health.

Lord's Supper

Muller confesses that, early in life, he fails to see the significance of the Lord's Supper, or communion. He takes communion infrequently and, though he often feels guilty about his sinful life, he never makes a permanent change. After attending bible study in college, however, his outlook on...

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