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This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.

39 review for A Narrative of some of the Lord's Dealings with George Müller Written by Himself. Second Part

  1. 5 out of 5

    CM

    Wow. What a testament to George Muller's undeniable faith in God. He felt led of God to start an orphanage which multiplied into three (boys, girls and infants) and then was impressed by faith to not ask for funds. God, he said, was the Father of the fatherless and would provide. God had given him the faith to believe this. This journal is his account for all believers to know and see that God is true to His word. And yet it is not only that but a true accounting of Mr. Muller's own shortcomings Wow. What a testament to George Muller's undeniable faith in God. He felt led of God to start an orphanage which multiplied into three (boys, girls and infants) and then was impressed by faith to not ask for funds. God, he said, was the Father of the fatherless and would provide. God had given him the faith to believe this. This journal is his account for all believers to know and see that God is true to His word. And yet it is not only that but a true accounting of Mr. Muller's own shortcomings as well. He is faithful to share when he had not done his part in being a faithful witness (shocking!) and he also shares when he fails on a very human level, in being grumpy, agitated, you know, human! Sometimes when stories are told of George Muller, he seems an almost perfect person, yet he would be the first to remind you, he was a sinner, saved by grace, doing his best to serve God the best he knew how.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Victor Muthoka

    God's faithfulness This is George Müller's first hand account of the year 1839-1840 in running the orphanage where he relied only on God in prayer for full provision w/o sharing the needs w/ any human. He records the almost daily instances of God providing for them in many varied, miraculous ways, to show that He can still be trusted. Really challenging read to any Christian's faith& trust in the Father's hand. God's faithfulness This is George Müller's first hand account of the year 1839-1840 in running the orphanage where he relied only on God in prayer for full provision w/o sharing the needs w/ any human. He records the almost daily instances of God providing for them in many varied, miraculous ways, to show that He can still be trusted. Really challenging read to any Christian's faith& trust in the Father's hand.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jodi Woody

    This book is basically a journal that has some more information added to it. It has some of the same entries as "My Journal". It reads a lot like a bank statement or a shopping list. He prays for money and then God provides. It is a great testimony on how God does provide and how He used Mr. Muller in helping so many orphans in the 1800's in Bristol, England. You can't really skip around or you will miss the good tidbits. So with patience this book needs to be read. I don't agree with some of hi This book is basically a journal that has some more information added to it. It has some of the same entries as "My Journal". It reads a lot like a bank statement or a shopping list. He prays for money and then God provides. It is a great testimony on how God does provide and how He used Mr. Muller in helping so many orphans in the 1800's in Bristol, England. You can't really skip around or you will miss the good tidbits. So with patience this book needs to be read. I don't agree with some of his beliefs, that God sends sickness to teach us, or that you cannot ask for help. He does admit that they lived very poorly, and there is little talk about his wife or child/children. I give it three stars. I liked it. This is part two and part one should have been read first I think for some backstory. I will not be reading the other three as I think one book is enough for me.

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