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Kregel Publications George Muller of Bristol

George Muller fed and housed thousands of orphans and never asked for a penny from anyone- except God. Muller's practice of dependence upon prayer and his social concern shaped decades of missionary and social endeavors throughout the world.
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Review 1 for George Muller of Bristol
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Date:October 8, 2004
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Peter Waron
Life changing, George Muller opens to the reader some of his deepest thoughts and even weaknesses, which I didn't expect.A real encouragement to those of us who can put 'them on a pedestal'
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Date:August 8, 2002
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Linda Greeson
Because this book was written in 1899 I at first found it a little hard to follow and sometimes understand. (Words had slightly different meanings then, etc)I then purchased "George Muller- Delighted by God" by Roger Steer. Although a shorter book, it covered Muller's life well and was easy to follow.Now knowing well Muller's story, I was then able to start A.T. Pierson's "George Muller of Bristol" again and found it easier to follow. In fact it added other details that Steer's book did not.I highly recommend that every Christian be familiar with George Muller's life story as it will inspire you to trust deeper in our God who is faithful!
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Date:August 31, 2000
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Glen Pickren
Not just a biography but a lesson in God's equipping. Written in 1899, it is amazing how similar the state of the churches and the clergy were to today. Great wisdom and insight from a man who knew and trusted God.
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