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In Answers to Prayer, the reader is looking over the shoulder of George Muller's diary entries and excerpts. We might think of it today as a gratitude journal or a counting of blessings. For George Muller is proof that God answered his prayers and if there was ever a doubt, he had these references to review, remember and rejoice. This new edition includes tools for readers who wish to engage more deeply, including Personal Reflection Questions, Journaling prompts, Study Questions, and Prayer Prompts. Also features a durable, clothbound hardcover binding.

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Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: B&H Books
Publication Date: 2017
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 X 0.42 (inches)
ISBN: 1433649969
ISBN-13: 9781433649967
Series: Read and Reflect with the Classics

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Prayer is vital to the Christian life, and no author of Christian literature has exemplified this more than George Muller. In this work, Answers to Prayer, Muller shows how powerful prayer and God’s provision can be when it is fully relied on. Reflection questions at the end of each chapter help the reader to take the inspiring lessons Muller’s life presents and apply them to their own life.

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George Muller was an English Christian Evangelist in the 19th century. He devoted his life to directing the Ashley Down orphanage in Bristol, England. In his lifetime he cared for over 10,000 orphans. This alone is a great feat of faith, but what makes him a pillar of prayer in Christian history is that he never once requested financial support for the orphanage, nor did he ever go into debt. He prayed for what was needed, and God provided—many times hours before funds or provisions were needed. His story and journals stand as the picture of God’s faithfulness.

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  1. Steven.Dresen
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    A great edition of a cherished classic
    March 20, 2017
    Steven.Dresen
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    B&H has recently started a new series called Read & Reflect with the Classics which seeks to engage a new generation with classics that have impacted generations of Christians. One of the first titles in this series is George Muller's Answers to Prayer a spiritual classic that should be on everyone's shelf.

    The first thing that sets this edition of Muller's work apart from other editions is the superior binding. As a bibliophile it always bothered me that the best publishers would do for this spiritual classic is a mass market paperback. Muller's account is one that should be read and reread as one never fails to find fresh encouragement in prayer in looking at God's faithfulness in Muller's life. This edition put out by B&H has a solid cloth binding which will hold up through many readings.

    The second thing that makes this a superior edition is the addition of various promptings and questions the reader to actively engage with the text.

    Muller's life was one that clearly demonstrates the value and power of prayer, Bible reading, and meditating on Scripture. His work in the orphanage and the display of God's faithfulness in answering prayer deserves repeating to every new generation of believers.

    Disclosure: I received an advanced review copy of the book from the publisher for the purpose of reviewing it. The opinions I have expressed are my own, and I was not required to write a positive review.
  2. SnickerdoodleSarah
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    This is how people in Christian ministries should be thinking
    March 8, 2017
    SnickerdoodleSarah
    Gender: female
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    Meets Expectations: 5
    Answers to Prayer by George Mller is part of the Read & Reflect With the Classics Series (I am reviewing the hardcover version) which provides thought provoking questions and also prayers at the end of each chapter. Mller's book details various accounts of God's all sufficient grace in the works that God had prepared for him to do.

    The way that Mueller approached the ministries that God graciously gave him is very unique compared to most present day Christian ministries (and perhaps most ministries in Mller's day as well). Ministries today are very focused and reliant upon, money. They hold fundraising drives, have commercials on the radio asking for people's support, and some will send tons of letters and emails begging for monetary help. I think of one ministry in particular, which, although its founders believe in God's absolute sovereignty, they contradict their belief by implying that their ministry cannot continue without the help of people, that "your support makes ministry happen".

    Many ministries act as if they are the most important ministry in God's Kingdom and that if you do not give money and they expire, that God's Word will not be given out any more. Muller did not act like that. He knew that God did not need human beings in order to get His work done.

    Mller took a more faith-based approach, relying upon God rather than upon people for help. He would not ask people for help with ministries, he asked God, period. And God provided. "Never since the Orphan work has been in existence have I asked one single human being for any help for this work; and yet, unasked for, simply in answer to prayer, from so many parts of the world, as has been stated, the donations have come in, and that very frequently at a time of the greatest need."

    He also came to the conclusion that one should not rely on people's promises to give money and that one should not even think about those promises: "Now this morning it came to my mind, that such promises ought to be valued, in a certain sense, as nothing, i.e., that the mind ought never for a moment to be directed to them, but to the living God, and to the living God only. I saw that such promises ought not to be of the value of one farthing, so far as it regards to thinking about them for help." This is quite a contrast to ministries who beg for pledges of money, and put large or regular donors names up on plaques. They make more of the people, more of the tools, that God uses than the Supplier Himself! God is the One who supplies all our need, and though he may use people to do it, they are but channels (think "Channels Only"). God doesn't need people, or their money, AT ALL in order to supply our needs!

    As Mller puts it, "Earthly friends may lose their ability to help us, however much they desire so to do; but He remains throughout eternity the Infinitely Rich One. Earthly friends may have their minds after a time diverted to other objects, and, as they cannot help everywhere, much as they may desire it, they may, though reluctantly, have to discontinue to help us; but He is able, in all directions, though the requirements were multiplied a million times, to supply all that can possibly be needed, and does it with delight, where His work is carried on, and where He is confided in. Earthly friends may be removed by death, and thus we may lose their help, but He lives forever, He cannot die. In this latter point of view, I have especially, during the past 40 years, in connection with this Institution, seen the blessedness of trusting in the Living God alone. Not one nor two, nor even five nor ten, but many more, who once helped me much with their means, have been removed by death; but have the operations of the Institution been stopped on that account? No. And how came this? Because I trusted in God, and in God alone."

    Mller would at times give updates on God's provision for the ministries in times of great need, but this was to encourage Christians in the faith, not to work on their emotions to make them feel compelled to give supplies. At least one time Muller and his fellow workers put off giving an update because at the time they were, from a human perspective, in desperate straits, and they did not want other people to know it, wanting to rely solely on God for help.

    Many ministries want God to give them a yearly supply rather than just their daily bread. The ministries that God gave Mller charge over lived day by day in reliance upon God's supply, many times literally being given the means for their daily needs DAILY on the day they were needed, rather than in advance.

    I really liked this book. The only thing that I didn't quite like were the prayers that were added at the end of each chapter. I would rather that they have been commentary rather than prewritten ways that we can use to talk to God. Yes, we do not know how to pray as we ought, but neither does the person who wrote those prayers. Though I don't think that using other people's prayers is necessarily wrong, Christians ought not to rely upon other Christians to write their prayers for them, we have the best Helper of all in the Holy Spirit who is our Interceder in our prayers (Romans 8:26-27). There are good concepts in them though, "You provide what I need, and if I don't have it, I can absolutely trust that I don't need it. "

    Before I end, and I really need to end because this is quite long, at the end of the book there is an appendix containing an article by Muller on "The Careful and Consecutive Reading of the Holy Scriptures". It is an excellent read, and describes Muller's goal in writing this book. He advocates the consistent daily reading of the Scriptures, over and above any other book. He describes how he once slacked in that area and how he had gotten into the habit of reading other books, including Christian ones, instead of the Scripture. "thus, like many believers, I practically preferred, for the first four years of my divine life, the works of uninspired men to the oracles of the living God." As he put it, "God himself has condescended to become an author" and this is the "book of books" containing all that we ought to know! We should not value Christian books (including this one) above the Scriptures, the Scriptures themselves should be our delight.

    Many thanks to the folks at B&H Publishers for sending me a free review copy of this book (My review did not have to be favorable).
  3. Marshall
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    A Blessing!!
    February 18, 2017
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    This book was a total BLESSING!! I recommend this to anyone!
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