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Author: George Mueller
Publisher: Moody Pub
The power of prayer was central to the ministry of George Mueller as he founded, built, and operated his orphan houses in 19th-century England. This narrative account of God's dealings with this pillar of prayer will challenge and inspire you.
Reading this book is like sitting at the feet of a personal spiritual mentor. The author has a masterful way of turning a phrase and more importantly he shows us how and what and who made Muller who he became--a man of God extraordinaire.
Author: Arthur T. Pierson
Publisher: Waymark Books
"George Muller of Bristol" is the ultimate George Muller biography, written by a man who knew him, and the one approved by Mr. Muller's own son-in-law. Though A. T. Pierson's book contains many amazing accounts of how God provided for George Muller and his ministry, more than anything the book is a powerful narrative of how God responds to faith and prayer. Muller's life goal was to show that God is a living God who hears and answers prayer, and God richly blessed this life of faith. The refreshing thing about this biography is that you learn just as much about the God Muller served as you do about Muller himself. The author also often steps out of the narrative to help the reader to apply lessons from Muller's life. Tremendous insight is gained into why and how he became a great man of faith and prayer. And as if the unfolding of this isn't enough, there's the added bonus of author A.T. Pierson's insightful commentary on biblical principles for deeper-level Christian living. Reading this book is like sitting at the feet of a personal spiritual mentor. The author has a masterful way of turning a phrase and more importantly he shows us how and what and who made Muller who he became--a man of God extraordinaire. The faith that distinguished his Christianity from mediocre believers of his day was unclouded by sentimentality or mystical notions, it was steeped in Scripture and bathed in the love of Christ. A wonderful book that truly brings glory to God!
Join him on his journey from a life of sin and rebellion to his glorious conversion.
Author: George Müller
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Join him on his journey from a life of sin and rebellion to his glorious conversion. Share his struggles and triumphs as he establishes orphan homes to care for thousands of English children, depending upon God's response to his prayer of faith.
It was in answer to their prayer that there came the revelation that was beyond human wisdom, and the miracle of ... Abrahams or Daniels, or George Müllers or Hudson Taylors, Barnardos or "Praying Hydes," but that is no reason why we ...
Author: Samuel Chadwick
Publisher: Alive House Publishers
Samuel Chadwick (1860-1932) was a Wesleyan Methodist minister, and a nonsense kind of preacher. His works have endured long after his death, and will doubtless continue to impact readers, as his practical approach and straight-forwards style make even the most complicated topic easy to grasp.
In a sublime sense this work was not Mr. Müllers only, but theirs also, who with him took part in prayers and tears, ... Narrative, 1: 246. ... The quiet answer was, "Our funds are deposited in a bank which cannot break.
Author: Arthur T. Pierson
Publisher: Good Press
"George Müller of Bristol, and His Witness to a Prayer-Hearing God" by Arthur T. Pierson. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
Müller's Three Themes Three themes found in the great stories of all-victorious praying are: 1) Abandonment of self-reliance; ... most believers don't experience overt, abundant, and timely answers to their prayers.
Author: Jack Corbin Getz
Almost everyone has an opinion about what prayer is and how it ought to work. But for many, prayer produces far less than the saints say it should. While some surveys suggest that up to 90 percent of us believe in prayer enough to do it daily, that lofty statistic is tempered by the sobering claim that average believers only pray for eight to twelve minutes a week. If that's not a red warning flag that prayer has a serious public relations problem, what is? Praying When Prayer Doesn’t Work is a thoughtful— often witty—account of the author's journey to find prayer’s elusive promise for himself. A pastor for thirty years, Jack uses humor, plenty of secondary resources, scripture, real-life stories, and his own unique insights to illustrate how both routine and exceptional circumstances may be used to trigger meaningful, ongoing, and productive prayer. While challenging harmful assumptions (dogma) with unconventional observations, Getz also looks at prayer's four public relations problems, identifies the perfect environment for prayer, and examines the three critical attitudes necessary to pray with great effect. Also, the wisdom and helpful suggestions found in the useful study guide can teach sincere seeker's of the truth how to get personal with God and make praying a choice, not a chore.
I don't know but the fact that these healings are so often linked with prayer gives me the faith, ... only evidence that believers receive throughout their lives as confirmation of God's presence – George Muller's Ashley Down orphanage ...
Author: Neil Laing
Publisher: WestBow Press
Richard Dawkins's The God Delusion is one of the most serious attacks on religion in recent times. A number of highly capable authors have countered it. Neil's reply is different from most. He finds areas of agreement with Dawkins over a number of his assessments of religion while exposing his erroneous understanding of the nature of God. He shows that Dawkins's attack on God is irrelevant even though he successfully demolishes what he imagines is the Christian ?god?. At the same time, Neil tries to equip Christians to come to an informed intelligent position, to lose their fears of science, and to see its wonderful strengths. He challenges the assumptions made particularly by the New Atheists in imagining that faith is a childish approach to origins and furthermore that their own views are similar to some religions so that they virtually have a ?god? themselves. Tackling thorny topics like the meaning of faith, miracles, morality, and righteousness, Neil honestly appraises Christian views, tries to debunk misconceptions about these topics, and shows that science and faith can be mutually enhancing.
John the Baptist's skull -- one of supply , such as enables him to answer orders for any number of sets , Mark's teeth ... Miserable Grammar ; Hebrew Bibles ; Dwight's Theology - Butterworth's Concor with the delusive stories that the ...