Monday, March 05, 2007

Mission Accomplished

Wow! This morning (Monday) I took a taxi from my beautiful bed & breakfast home to the site of the five (5) Muller homes where thousands of orphans were cared for in a bygone day. What a thrill when the first building came into view! I've waited over 50 years to see those five gray, architectural masterpieces. These were state of the art buildings when there were erected in the 1800's. The City of Bristol College is now using the buildings. My taxi driver knew nothing of George Muller and neither did the receptionist in the college. I was quick to tell of his work and God's faithfulness!

They are renovating some of the buildings and I got a piece of stone from the corner of a building and another piece from a stone fence. I'll proudly display them in my office when I get home.

In the afternoon I was royally hosted at the Muller House at 7 Cotham Park by the Executive Director of the Muller Foundation, Julian Marsh, and his assistant, Wendy Clacker. What a joy to speak with them about the legacy that Mr. Muller left for the rest of the Body of Christ!
Julian and I spoke for a long time about God's faithfulness and His provision. I'll relate a story later (perhaps on my George Muller site) that Julian shared with me. It will thrill your heart. Julian gave me a wonderful tour of Bristol and took my to Arno's Vale Cemetary where George Muller was laid to rest.

Thanks so much Julian, Wendy and Liz. My visit was unforgettable!


  1. David, your trip looks fabulous! The photos are simply breathtaking--and they transport my memory back to the last time I was in London. What did you think of the London Eye!!!


  2. i just enjoyed reading your posts too! just thrilled for you ... and you are missing some bad weather at home, so blessings do abound for you!

  3. Dear David,,,It is so nice to hear your voice again!
    I was kind of thinking that you WERE having dfficulty with the internet over there.
    As you must know we have all been waiting! On the side lines!
    Saija is right. You left us a whole lot of bad weather back here.
    Maybe you can bring us some GOOD weather back with you if you can squeeze it in to the plane seat!!! Ha!!

    Well I must read the other postings you have put in.
    I have started here at the top!

    God bless you!...From Terry

  4. Diane, Saija and Terry:

    Thanks so much for your comments. Today was a difficult day. I developed what apparently is called a "floater" in my left eye last night. This black this that looks like a worm keeps crawling over the surface of my eye. I saw an optometrist today and she said it's not serious but it won't go away. Yuck! A worm-looking thing on my eye for the rest of my life? Please pray for me. Today was the first time that a slight bout of depression hit me. Overall it's been a wonderful experience. Life-changing!

    Lots of love,

    The Pilgrim