Welcome to the GeorgeMuller.org! The web's largest collection of George Muller quotes, photos, books and articles. Here you will find articles about George Muller, the man of faith, to encourage you to trust God for "great and mighty things" (Jer. 33:3) and to deepen your walk with God. We trust you will be encouraged to trust in the prayer-answering God for your needs. The Bible says "For all the promises of God in Him are yea, and in Him Amen, unto the glory of God by us" (2 Cor. 1:20) and "Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, and today, and forever" (Heb. 13:8).

George Muller (1805-1898) was an English evangelist who founded orphanages in Bristol. He trusted God for his daily needs to feed the orphans. George Muller dared to trust God for "great and mighty things" (Jer. 33:3). He dared to take God at His word and ventured to establish the Orphan Houses to prove that "with God nothing shall be impossible" (Luke 1:37). Over his lifetime, George Muller cared for countless of orphans - all without asking anyone for a penny but only by going to God, his Jehovah-Jireh.

How did George Muller cultivate this faith? George Muller's faith was no different from my faith and your faith, as he once proclaimed. But his faith was stretched by the trials he went through which caused him to trust God for the "impossible." George Muller learned to depend on the Lord from his youth. He knew also the importance of spending quality time with the Lord first thing in the morning. George Muller "delighted in God" and He gave him the desires of his heart (Psalm 37:4). Over his lifetime, George Muller read the whole bible over one hundred times which developed his faith for the bible says that "faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God" (Rom. 10:17).

         We trust that this web site will cause you to trust God for "great and mighty things" like George Muller and will inspire you to seek the God of George Muller who is the God of the impossible and of answered prayer.

Quote of the Week

"At last I saw Christ as my Saviour. I believed in Him and gave myself to Him. The burden rolled from off me, and a great love for Christ filled my soul. That was more than fifty years ago. I loved Jesus Christ then, but I loved Him more the year after, and more the year after that, and more every year since." - George Muller

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“God’s plan is there shall be none of self and all of Christ. The very people who are doing the most for God in saving souls, in mission work, in the care of orphans, are those who are working on short supplies of strength, of money, of talents, of advantages, and are kept in a position of living by faith and taking from God, day by day both physical and spiritual supplies. This is the way God succeeds and gains conquests over His own people, and over the unbelief of those who look on His providences.” - George Muller

"When I was conversing lately with our dear friend, George Muller, he frequently astonished me with the way in which he mentioned that he had for so many months and years asked for such and such a mercy, and praised the Lord for it, as though he actually obtained it. Even in praying for the conversion of a person, as soon as he had begun to intercede, he began also to praise God for the conversion of that person. I think he told us he had in one instance he had already prayed for thirty years and the work was not yet done, yet all the while he had gone on thanking God, because he knew the prayer would be answered."- C.H. Spurgeon

Article of the Week

How George Muller Started His Day

George Mueller (1805-1898) is famous for establishing orphanages in England and for joyfully depending on God for all his needs. How did he kindle this joy and faith? In 1841 he made a life-changing discovery. The testimony of this from his autobiography has proved to be of tremendous value in my life and I pray it will also bear fruit in yours:

While I was staying at Nailworth, it pleased the Lord to teach me a truth, irrespective of human instrumentality, as far as I know, the benefit of which I have not lost, though now...more than forty years have since passed away

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