George MacDonald - Sections 75 - 98 Summary & Analysis

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Sections 75 - 98 Summary

In Section 75 MacDonald indicates that God will forgive a man for forgetting something. If a man forgets something because he puts it off, God will blame Him for this action. In Sections 77 and 78 MacDonald encourages his readers not to worry either about tomorrow's troubles or things they cannot alter. Instead of worrying, man should pray, MacDonald writes. In Section 80 MacDonald addresses the idea that a man should be concerned about small things, or truths, as well as the big ones. In Section 81 MacDonald states that man should not fill his time worrying about small things. Section 83 indicates that man should take every trouble, no matter how small, to God in prayer.

MacDonald writes in Section 84 that God is a polite God. Although He may rebuke a sinner repeatedly, God will not force His way into their life or their heart. In Section 86 MacDonald addresses the...

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