George Mueller of Bristol

This book caused me to spend the last 4-5 months thinking, reading and teaching about faith.  I’m going to post some of those thoughts in the days to come.  For now think about this: 

“Things which are unseen and eternal seem, to the carnal man, distant and indistinct, while what is seen and temporal is vivid and real.  Practically, any object in nature that can be seen or felt is thus more real and actual to most men than the Living God.  Every man who walks with God, and finds Him a present Help in every time of need; who puts His promises to the practical proof and verifies them in actual experience; every believer who with the key of faith unlocks God’s mysteries, and with the key of prayer unlocks God’s treasuries, thus furnishes to the race a demonstration and an illustration of the fact that ‘He is, and is a Rewarder of them that diligently seek Him.’”

From George Mueller of Bristol by A. T. Pierson

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