Through faith in the Lord Jesus alone can we obtain forgiveness of our sins and be at peace with God; but, believing in Jesus, we become, through this very faith, the children of God; have God as our Father; and may come to him for all the temporal and spiritual blessings we need.
When he trusted in an extraordinary God, George Müller discovered endless possibilities and helped thousands of people throughout his lifetime. The Autobiography of George Müller is his inspiring journey from his life of sin and rebellion to his eye-opening conversion to Christianity. Share his struggles and triumphs as he establishes orphan homes to care for thousands of children. Müller's unwavering dependence upon his heavenly Father will inspire listeners to confidently trust God in every area of life.
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- Justin Hamacher
Already read 4 times, starting 5th
The book is wonderfully read, making what could be a dull diary very compelling instead.
Mr. Muller was obviously a detail person, noting each hae'penny given to his work. Interspersed with the detail is a narrative of stated need and the resulting supply in answer "to prayer to God alone," as he says over and over. These matches of need and supply are astounding and very encouraging. At the beginning of the book, one learns that the young George Muller was quite a scoundren of the lying and cheating and stealing sort. While that narrative is interesting, I needed to hear it only once. Am skipping those early chapters on subsequent readings.
Mr. Perkins has added personality to words on the page. I bought a second book on Mr. Muller, with a different reader, and had a problem making the transition to a new voice for the story. Mr. Perkins has become the "real deal" personna of Mr. Muller.
At times, I have to turn the speakers off to revel in the events presented. Am on my fifth time through, and everything still seems fresh and new.
For anyone considering a life of dependent faith, this text is our Mother Ship. It's scripture in action, and an unbeatable testimony of what trust in God yields. Highly recommended.