George Muller: The Guardian of Bristol’s Orphans

Christian Heroes: Then & Now George Muller The Guardian of Bristol’s Orphans

A young man spends in his time partying in the pub and stealing from his father. When he’s told he has to become a minister, he can’t wait to see he can deceive and scam his congregation out of their money. Somehow, this guy with shady morals grows up to becomes an honest, sincere, and devout Christian. He develops a heart to help all the orphans he can, and he preaches to people in many countries. This is the life story of George Muller.

FTC Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.

This book is one in a series of many written by Janet and Geoff Benge. The writing style reminded me of many books I enjoyed in junior high, but I did enjoy this book very much. There are lots of historical details that taught me something new including the plight of the poor in England and the struggle that orphans faced. The story of George Muller’s life is exciting! There were many unexpected changes of circumstance and this story is very inspirational. I would recommend this book to all ages for a look at how much faith can motivate a person to do great things for others.

Published by InspiredLiving

Freelance writer, book reviewer, social media partner for ReadAloud.org

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