Author: George Müller
Publisher: Gideon House Books
Release Date: 2017-01-27
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
George Müller, a rebellious thief transformed into a humble servant of God, longed for his life to be a living manifestation of the strength and power of Christ. From a position of utter dependence upon God, Müller opens up his journals and offers us front row access to the inner workings of his own spiritual life as well as an intimate accounting of the miraculous provisions of God which enabled him to house, feed and care for thousands of orphans in 19th century England. Müller humbly beckons every single one of his readers to follow his lead toward a life of uncomplicated, dynamic faith in the King of kings and Lord of lords who is alive and waiting to overturn every paradigm of a watching world. Our modern world desperately needs to see the power and light of the risen Christ bursting forth from our lives. Who among us is willing to take up the baton of faith Müller extends to us here and offer up our lives as living sacrifices to the faithful God of love?
Author: Pierson, Arthur T.
Publisher: Delmarva Publications, Inc.
Release Date: 2015-02-04
This is a new edition of George Müller (A Man of Faith and Prayer.) More than 20 illustrations have been added. Four dissertations by George Müller have been added also, and a linked table of contents, as well as the updating of archaic words. In this powerful heroic biography, Arthur T. Pierson explains the exploratory life journey of George Müller, the wonderful man of faith and prayer who spared nothing in his zeal for the gospel of Christ. George Müller (1805-1898), English preacher and philanthropist, was born near Halberstadt, Germany, on the 27th of September 1805, the son of an excise man (formerly, a government agent who collects excise tax on goods and prevents smuggling). He subsequently became a naturalized British subject. Educated in Germany, he resolved in 1826 to devote himself to missionary work, and in 1828 went to London to prepare for an appointment offered him by the Society for promoting Christianity among the Jews. In 1830, however, he gave up the idea of missionary work, and became minister of a small congregation at Teignmouth, Devonshire. He contended that the temporal as well as the spiritual needs of life could be supplied by prayer, and on this principle abolished pew rents and refused to take a fixed salary. After two years at Teignmouth, Müller removed to Bristol where he spent the rest of his life. He devoted himself particularly to the care of orphan children. He began by taking a few under his charge, but in the course of time their number increased to 2000. He settled in five large houses erected for the purpose at Ashley Down, near Bristol. The money required for the carrying on of this work was voluntarily contributed, mainly as a result of the wide circulation of Müller's narrative, The Lord's Dealings with George Müller. When he was over seventy he started on a preaching mission, which lasted nearly seventeen years and included Europe, America, India, Australia and China.
Receive Your Miracle from GodGeorge Mller was the worst of sinners--a thief and a liar. But after turning to Christ, he provided for over 10,000 orphans--without ever asking anyone but God to supply his needs! He testified that he knew of at least 50,000 specific answers to his prayers. Here are his reports of a few of the most spectacular ones.From his amazing personal experiences, you will find the secret to receiving miraculous answers to your prayers.
Author: George Muller
Publisher: Authentic Media Inc
Release Date: 2012-01-01
Discover the wonders of effective prayer from one of the greatest prayer warriors ever! George Mueller (1805-1898) dared to take God at his word, and on the basis of prayer alone was able to establish orphanages and schools that saved over 10,000 children from the horrors of poverty in Victorian England.
Mr. Brooks, in this compilation, has endeavored to select those incidents and practical remarks from Mr. M�ller's Narratives, that show in an unmistakeable way, both to believers and unbelievers, the secret of believing prayer, the manifest hand of a living God, and His unfailing response, in His own time and way, to every petition which is according to His will.The careful perusal of these extracts will thus further the great object which Mr. M�ller had in view, without the necessity of reading through the various details of his "Narratives," details which Mr. M�ller felt bound to give when writing periodically the account of God's dealings with him.For those who have the opportunity, an examination of the "Autobiography of George M�ller, or, a Million and a Half in Answer to Prayer" will richly repay the time spent upon it.Mr. M�ller's permission for the compilation of this volume is shown in the accompanying facsimile, (see p. 2), in the following words:"If the extracts are given exactly as printed, and the punctuation exactly as in the book and in the connection in which the facts stand, I have no objection."
Author: George M. Ller
Release Date: 2012-01
The narrative of the Lord's dealings with George M ller were a series of volumes that have blessed many. The present volume is a more manageable version edited by Rev. H. Lincoln Wayland. EDITOR'S PREFACE: Having been requested by Messrs. Gould and Lincoln to examine the work entitled "A Narrative of some of the Lord's Dealings with George M ller," the Editor was convinced that its republication in this country would greatly promote the piety of American Christians. But to reproduce the work in its original form was attended with difficulty. The "Narrative," in four parts, (published respectively in 1837, 1841, 1845, and 1856, ) and the four "Annual Reports" issued in 1857, 1858, 1859, and 1860, would occupy not less than eighteen hundred pages of the size of those contained in this volume. The cost of such a work would greatly limit its circulation and its usefulness, if indeed any publisher should undertake its issue. There seemed no alternative except to abandon the idea of an American edition altogether, or to present it to the public in a condensed form. Such a condensation seemed, on examination, to be entirely practicable. Owing to the "Parts" of the "Narrative" having been published at four separate periods, it often happens that the same matter is several times repeated. A large portion of the space is occupied with the acknowledgment of donations received. These entries, although appropriate in a report made to the donors and to the British public, have not the same interest for American readers. The discussion of some points in church polity, and the account of the Author's journeys upon the Continent, though interesting and instructive, are not necessary to the continuity of the history. Although in some cases the portions which have been omitted cover a considerable period of time, yet it is believed that all which is essential has been retained. No pains have been spared on the part of the Editor to preserve the value of the work while reducing its compass, and to give, in a form universally accessible, a clear exhibition of the wonderful results of the life of George M ller, as well as of the principles by which his life has been governed. Believing that the book would be rendered more attractive to the reader, and more convenient for reference, the Editor has divided it into Chapters, and has prefixed to each a brief statement of some of the leading subjects introduced in the Chapter. For these "contents," as well as for the headings of the Chapters, and for the general title of the volume, the Editor alone is responsible. The "Narrative" of George M ller has been blessed in other lands to the awakening of spiritual life. It was the means, as will be observed by the reader, of greatly forwarding, if not of originating, the work of grace now advancing in Ireland. "The Life of Trust" is submitted to the Christian public of America, in the hope that its still small voice may be heard even amid the clangor of political strife and the revulsion of commercial interests, and that it may be used by the Divine Spirit to promote and strengthen in the hearts of American Christians, Faith in the Living God.
Author: George Muller
Publisher: Dead Authors Society
Release Date: 2017-05-23
Genre: Social Science
The eccentric pastor and orphan-lover George Muller cared for at least 10, 000 orphans in his lifetime and after his death through his legacy of inspiring others to do the same, the number of children increased to 100,000. He prayed in millions of dollars (in today's currency the estimate is 150 million) for the orphans and never asked anyone directly for money. He never took a salary in the last 68 years of his ministry, but trusted God to put in people's hearts to send him what he needed. And neither he nor the orphans were ever hungry or lacking in any necessities.
Author: George Müller
Release Date: 2009-02
Genre: Christian life
Valuable Selections from the Writings of George Müller is a collection of writings chosen especially for the impact they have had in the lives of countless believers. Most of the material was collected by HeartCry Missionary Society in September of 2005, but has been added to, edited, and finally published by Granted Ministries Press at their request.This booklet includes Müller¿s testimony, his teachings on subjects such as faith, the kingdom and its treasures, stewardship, partnership with God, the study of Scripture, and discerning the will of God. Also read Müller¿s encouragement to those with unconverted family members; an addresses once given to young converts regarding the importance of the Word of God; and several excerpts from his journal of God¿s abundant provision in the midst of, and out of various trials. After a few pages explaining why Müller desired to begin the orphan houses the book concludes with a final exhortation to prayer.
This Heroes of the Faith volume introduces the German expatriate, George Muller, who operated a ministry for orphaned children in Bristol, England in the 19th century based entirely on faith in God for financial support.