Tuesday, November 07, 2023

Extensive Selection of George Muller Quotes & Information

Recently I discovered another George Muller web site and I was excited to begin exploring the contents. I reached out to the administrator, Peter, and found that he, like me, has been profoundly impacted by the life of trust exhibited by George Muller.

You can check out this excellent site here:

Thank you, Peter, for the time and effort you have put into maintaining your site. We pray that others will experience the life of implicit faith and trust in God that George Muller exemplified.

Wednesday, October 11, 2023

Feeding 10,000 Orphans


An excellent article by John Piper regarding George Muller and his life of complete faith and trust in God. Please click on this link:


Tuesday, September 05, 2023

God's Amazing Forgiveness

 Such an amazing God...who forgives every sin that we confess!

Tuesday, February 21, 2023

Mary Muller of Bristol, England

Many have heard about George Muller, the man of faith who built orphanages in Bristol, England to house, feed, teach, and care for thousands of young boys and girls. No so many are acquainted with his wife Mary.

Please click on this link to learn more about this godly woman!  

George Muller's Wife, Mary 

Thursday, February 09, 2023

An Undisputable Fact

Over my 77 years I have experienced this same truth...and fact. God does provide!

Thursday, October 27, 2022

Stretching Your Faith - George Muller

Here is an excellent post by Vance Christie that will stretch your faith.  Check out his web site at www.VanceChristie.com


In carrying out Christian ministry and in our other circumstances of life, God has a way of leading us to exercise faith in Him. He does so to keep us dependent on Him, to strengthen our faith in Him and to increase our appreciation of Him. George Muller was reminded of these truths time and again throughout his years of faith-filled ministry. Muller’s example encourages us to similarly trust God in our own faith-stretching situations of life.

For the first two years after establishing his orphan ministry in Bristol, England, Muller was blessed with a steady stream of God’s provision for the ministry. But then during the summer of 1838 Muller’s faith was put to the test when donations for his three orphan houses seemed suddenly to dry up.

One evening he was walking in his garden meditating on Hebrews 13:8: “Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and today, and forever.” Presently the pressing need of the orphan houses came to his mind, and he was promptly led to say to himself: “Jesus in His love and power has hitherto supplied me with what I have needed for the orphans, and in the same unchangeable love and power He will provide what I may need for the future.”  A sense of joy flowed into his soul.

Barely one minute later a letter was brought to him.  It contained a gift of twenty pounds (equaling 100 dollars, a goodly amount in 1838). The Lord’s timing was evident, confirming both the teaching of His Word and the claiming of that truth in faith by His servant.

By that September 18 all available funds for Muller’s orphan houses were again exhausted.  He and his staff had been praying earnestly about the pressing need but received no apparent answer.  Consideration was even being given to selling some household items deemed not absolutely essential in order to provide the next day’s food.

The middle of that afternoon a lady called at Muller’s home.  She explained that she had come from London to Bristol four or five days earlier and had been staying right next door to the boys’ orphan house that entire time.  She then presented Muller with a contribution to his ministry from her daughter in London.

Muller later wrote:  “That the money had been so near the orphan houses for several days without being given, is a plain proof that it was from the beginning in the heart of God to help us. But because He delights in the prayers of His children, He had allowed us to pray so long; also to try our faith, and to make the answer so much the sweeter.”

The following spring one of the orphanage’s annual reports came into the hands of a man in Devon who immediately perceived the ministry’s need for ongoing financial assistance.   The man had a Christian sister of means, and he began praying that she would be led by God to donate some of her valuable jewelry for the support of the orphans.

Not long thereafter Muller received from the woman a gift of a heavy gold chain, a ring set with ten diamonds, a pair of gold bracelets and a cash donation of two pounds.  Before parting with the costly diamond ring, Muller used it to neatly etch the words “Jehovah Jireh” (“the Lord will provide,” Genesis 22:14) on a pane of glass in his room.  Many times afterwards his heart was cheered when he caught sight of the words on the glass and remembered this particular instance of the Lord’s remarkable provision. 

Monday, October 04, 2021

Don't Stop Praying...the Blessing Will Be There

 Be persistent in your prayer...
and the blessing will be there.

Friday, February 12, 2021

John Piper Writes About George Muller

 “George Mueller has been a pacesetter for me in prayer. His Autobiography is an orchard of faith-building fruit. In one section he tells us, after forty years of trials, ‘how to be constantly happy in God.’ He said, ‘I saw more clearly than ever that the first great and primary business to which I ought to attend every day was to have my soul happy in the Lord.’ ” Piper then relates how that for ten years Mueller would go to prayer first thing in the morning, but often suffered from wandering thoughts for up to half an hour.

George Mueller

George Mueller

Mueller himself describes a significant change he then made in his personal devotions routine and the benefits that yielded: “I began to meditate on the New Testament, from the beginning, early in the morning … searching into every verse for the sake of obtaining food for my own soul. The result I have found almost invariably this, that after a very few minutes my soul has been led to confession, thanksgiving or supplication. So that though I did not, as it were, give myself to prayer, but to meditation, yet it turned almost immediately more or less into prayer.”

Comments Piper: “I have found Mueller’s way absolutely crucial in my own life: be with the Lord before I am with anyone else and let Him speak to me first.”

Piper shares a number of other personal encouragements he has received from historic Christian biography in his book Brothers, We Are Not Professionals (Broadman and Holman, 2002), chapter 13, “Brothers, Read Christian Biography” (pgs. 89-96).

Thursday, December 17, 2020

Be Assured - He Will NEVER Fail You

Wise words from a man who trusted God implicitly.  God will NEVER fail you even though we so often fail Him.  THANK YOU, Father!