George Müller (1805-1898) was a Christian evangelist and director of the Ashley Down orphanage in Bristol, England. The Life of Trust contains his diary up to 1860, supplemented by autobiographical notes at the start and throughout the text. Mueller founded a number of orphanages in England in the 19th century whilst refusing to personally benefit in any way, fully trusting that God would provide in his financial needs.
Throughout his life, he relied on God’s goodness in order to feed, clothe, and house thousands of English children under his care. It is an uplifting narrative of abiding faith.