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George Muller's life didn't have a promising start. By the age of sixteen, he had learned to lie, steal, drink and gamble and his future looked bleak - but God had other plans!After conversion, Muller's life became a vivid demonstration of faith in action. Praying in every penny of the costs and refusing at any time to ask for financial help from anyone but God, Muller sup ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published March 20th 2007 by CF4kids (first published May 1st 2000)
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Catherine Gillespie
Some books are not suited for reading aloud. George Müller: The Children’s Champion goes in this category, in my opinion. We read this biography aloud as part of our history studies this month, and while the content is good, it was laborious to read out loud. I can’t put my finger on why – it just didn’t flow well for oral reading. Next time we cycle back around to the 1800s, I’ll just assign it as independent reading.

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Matt Chapman
Dec 26, 2013 Matt Chapman rated it it was amazing
An excellent introduction to the life of George Muller, written especially for teens but an enjoyable short read for adults too. A very inspiring man who provides a compelling model of good stewardship and life lived in cheerful dependence on God.

I also appreciated the way the writer doesn't seek to glorify Muller but draws attention to the rich kindness of God to him and through him.

I look forward to reading more about Muller in future.
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