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The Autobiography of George Muller - George Muller

“The Autobiography of George Muller” is not an outstanding book. Really, I’ve been more impressed with other biographies not written by himself. The only redeeming part of this book, and really a very good part, is George Muller’s faith shown as it only can when written by the person themselves.

I was most disappointed that the book did not tell much of his life. It mentions his marriage, the birth of his daughter, and the death of his son but neglects all else, including the fact that he remarries once after his first wife dies.

All in all, it’s a nice little book to read if you aren’t interested so much in his life, but his thoughts, and you’ve already read another biography about him that describes his life better (I have done this). It’s great if you just want a short volume with excerpts from Muller’s diary.

Andrew J. is the founder of Into the Book and keeps the site up and running. He is an avid reader and loves to write as well as read new books. He is a part of the Rebelution movement, a teenage rebellion against low expectations.


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