Things looked bleak for the children of George Mueller’s orphanage in England. It was time for breakfast, and there was no food. In the dining room, long tables were set with empty plates and empty mugs. Not only was there no food in the kitchen, there was no money to buy any.
A small girl whose father was a close friend of Mueller was visiting in the home. Mueller took her hand and said, “Come and see what our Father will do.”
And then he did what he always did when it was mealtime—he prayed.
“Dear Father, we thank You for what You are going to give us to eat.”
Immediately, they heard a knock at the door. When they opened it, there stood the local baker. “Mr. Mueller,” he said, “I couldn’t sleep last night. Somehow I had a feeling you had no bread for breakfast, so I got up at 2:00 and baked some fresh bread. Here it is.” Mueller thanked him and gave praise to God.
A few minutes later, there was a second knock. It was the milkman. His cart had broken down in front of the orphanage. He said that rather than let the milk spoil, he would like to give it to the children.
The fascinating life of George Mueller has inspired and challenged people's lives for well over 100 years. This book is different from all the other "George Mueller" books because it is a PARAPHRASE of Mueller's writings.
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Welcome to the life of George Mueller. He learned to ask God to meet his needs -- and the needs of the thousands of orphans in his care -- and then he kept a detailed journal of everyday life.
This new book is an updated, paraphrased version of Mueller's vary famous book, Answers to Prayer. A must-read for followers of Christ who are serious about their faith. You will be changed.
In today's world, we see a lot of examples of what happens when someone loses their job, or loses their home, or has an unexpected medical crisis. But would I be any different? What if this happened to ME? What if I had a faith that stood the test? Any test? Would my experience be different?
Read this story. Faith makes all the difference.