Christy - Chapters 27 - 28 Summary & Analysis

Catherine Marshall
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Chapters 27 - 28 Summary

Christy is still confused and seeks the advice of Miss Alice to help her figure out her philosophy of life. Miss Alice gives Christy a paper with a message and tells her it is the answer. Before she reads, Christy goes to the most peaceful spot in the woods she can find. The paper reads: "If any man will do his (the Father's) will, he shall know of the doctrine, whether it be of God, or whether I speak of myself" (chap. 27, p. 312). At first this merely confuses Christy further, but then she feels strongly called; that Opal McHone is the key to her questions. In fact, as Christy hurries to Opal's, she feels more strongly than ever a sense of urgency. At Tom's house is Bird's-Eye and three other men outside, wanting Tom McHone. Bird's-Eye gives Christy permission to enter...

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