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Müller, Georg Friedrich

(1805–98). B. Kroppenstedt (Croppenstedt), near Halberstadt, Ger.; educ. Halle; began to preach 1826; to London 1829; joined Plymouth Brethren*; pastor Teignmouth 1830, Bristol 1832; est. The Scriptural Knowledge Institution for Home and Abroad 1834, orphanage at Bristol 1836, building his work on faith and prayer; engaged in a preaching mission in Eur., Am., India, Australia, and China beginning 1875. Works include A Narrative of Some of the Lord's Dealings with G. Müller. See also Primitive Religion.

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