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Muller is best known for the orphanages he built and operated in Bristol, England, during the 19th century. Now a Christian classic, his diary shares one man's journey from sin and rebellion to a lifetime of service. A remarkable story of childlike dependence on God to meet your every need! 237 pages, softcover from Whitaker.
George Muller: The Children's Champion , Trail Blazers SeriesIrene HowatChristian Focus / 2001 / Mass Paperback$6.99 Retail:3 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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If you were an orphan in the city of Bristol around 1850 then life was hard but if you got a place in Ashley Down, one of George Muller's children's homes, the future was bright. At Ashley Down you were really looked after. It was like living in a big happy, loving family. George Muller was such a kind man and Asley Down was a brilliant place to be. Yet when George Muller was young, he was selfish and totally untrustworthy. Find out how God miraculously trasformed one young man's life from selfish and greedy to courageous and trustworthy. Recommended for ages 9 to 14.
George Müller: Does Money Grow on Trees? A Little Lights BookCatherine MackenzieChristian Focus / Hardcover$6.29 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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Here is the true story of George Muller and the hidden coins! What would you do if needed some money? Would you pick some off a tree in the garden? Of course you wouldn't---money doesn't grow on trees! You have to work for it. Sometimes you have to work hard.
George Muller didn't like to work and tried to get his money in other ways. He would cheat and steal and was eventually thrown in prison. Find out how God changed George from a thief to someone even children could trust. Recommended for ages 4 to 7.
Though confirmed in the church at the age of 14, George Muller was raised without a real concept of God. By the time he was 16, he was in jail as a vagabond and thief. In his early twenties he came in contact with a group of people who met regularly for prayer and Bible study. Through their witness he was brought to a turning point in his life and was born into the family of God. Daily Bible reading and prayer immediately became an important part of his Christian life and a cornerstone of his future orphanage ministry. For ages 12 and up.
George Muller: Faith to Feed Ten Thousand, HardcoverRenee Taft MelocheYwam Publishing / Hardcover$6.69 Retail:
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The people of Bristol, England, though God had more important things to care about than an orphan's breakfast. But George M|ller (1805-1898) knew that wasn't true. George opened an orphanage, trusting God to provide for the needs of the orphans. By the time George was old, God had shown Himself faithful to ten thousand children! Homes, food, education, love - God provided it all.
The Heroes for Young Readers series introduces younger children to the lives of Christian heroes. Perfect for read-alouds or early independent readers, children will love the captivating rhyming poems and color illustrations. Recommended for ages 5 to 10.
George Mueller (1805-1898) was a leader in the Plymouth Brethren movement in England and a founder of Christian orphanages. This story tells of his conversion to the Christian faith and his subsequent ministry to orphans in Bristol. Starting small, Mueller was eventually housing, educating and training 2,000 boys and girls. His faith in God's ability to provide for his work and the children offers some astounding stories of how God works daily miracles. A good book of faith and encouragement.
Drama Script: BJU So Many Miracles: The Story of George MuellerJ. Douglas SchaedelBJU Press / Trade Paperback$16.39Availability: In StockStock No: WW192609
George Mueller's life story unfolds through the eyes of his daughter, Lydia. As a young divinity student living a riotous life, George attends a house prayer meeting and for the first time observes people who have a genuine relationship with God. Under deep conviction, he cries out to God for salvation. Later, as a missionary in England, George chooses to trust God alone to supply his needs. He learns many lessons about the power of prayer as he sees God's daily provision for his family and ministry needs. The play can be produced for a cast of 17 (6 male and 11 female) plus speaking choir. The speaking choir can be as large or as small as you wish, but suggested minimum is seven.
The Christian Heroes: Then & Now series chronicles the true stories of ordinary men and women whose trust in God accomplished extraordinary deeds for his kingdom and glory.
With scarcely enough food or money for his own family, George Muller opened his heart and home. Sustained by God's provision, the Muller house "Breakfast Club" of thirty orphans grew to five large houses that ultimately over ten thousand children would call home.
For ages 10 and up.
Christian Heroes Then & Now: George Muller Audiobook on CDJanet Benge, Geoff BengeYwam Publishing / 2012 / Compact disc$15.99 Retail:
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This audiobook version Christian Heroes: Then & Now: George Muller is the perfect companion for long car trips or quiet-times at home.
This inspiring biographical story looks at the life of George Muller (1805 - 1898). With scarcely enough food or money for his own family, George Muller opened his heart and home. Sustained by God's provision, the Muller house "Breakfast Club" of thirty orphans grew to five large houses that ultimately over ten thousand children would call home.
Approximately 4:39 hours on 4 CDs.
Robber of the Cruel Streets: The Prayerful Life of George Muller, DVDVision Video / DVD$9.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 12 Reviews
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George Müller was a German playboy who found Christ and then gave his life to serve Christ unreservedly. He rescued, care for, feed, and educate thousands of orphans without asking anyone for money. Instead he prayed, and his children never missed a meal. Here is the story of life and how God answered prayer and supplied their needs. This DVD includes an extra 30-minute program on the life and legacy of George Muller. Widescreen. Approx. 60 minutes. Region free.
George Muller of Bristol - His Life of Prayer and FaithArthur T. PiersonKregel Publications / 2000 / Trade Paperback$14.49 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 4 Reviews
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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.
George Muller of Bristol (Hendrickson Classic Biographies)Arthur T. PiersonHendrickson Publishers / 2014 / Hardcover$9.99 Retail:
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This revision of the classic biography George Muller of Bristol tells of a life characterized by prayer, faith, and self-denial in the cause of Christ. George Muller (1805-1898) was well known for his constant faith in God and for providing an education to the children under his care. During his lifetime, he established 117 schools that educated more than 120,000 young persons, including orphans. From the age of seventy until ninety, Mr. Muller made great evangelistic tours. He traveled 200,000 miles, going around the world and preaching in many lands and in several different languages.
George Muller of Bristol was written the year after Muller's death by his close friend, American preacher and evangelist Arthur T. Pierson (1837-1911). Pierson served prominent pulpits both in America and Great Britain, preaching for two years at the Metropolitan Tabernacle following C. H. Spurgeon's death. He lectured at Moody Bible Institute in Seoul, Korea.
As a boy, George Muller was 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 their needs. He testified that he knew of at least 50,000 specific answers to his prayers. From his amazing personal account, you will find out how to turn your faith loose, connect with God's amazing power and participate in miraculous events. Through the extraordinary example of George Muller's life, you will discover how to trust God and seek His answers to your every problem. 141 pages, softcover from Whitaker House.
This 30-day Devotional Treasury is a powerful encounter with a legendary spiritual leader whose life and words profoundly impacted the church and the world. Lance Wubbels has selected and edited the richest of these leaders' writings on topics powerfully evident in their lives.
Muller (1805-1898) is best known for the numerous orphanages he built and operated on Ashley Down in Bristol, England. His life and writings challenge readers to see that the puny supplies of man are dwarfed beside the reservoirs of God's grace that can be tapped by faith.