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George MacDonald Chapter Summary & Analysis - Sections 125 - 149 Summary

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Sections 125 - 149 Summary

In Sections 125 and 126 MacDonald refers to the process of the new creation. He indicates the completion of this new creation is a slow progress, but that once it is finished these sons of God will sit in God's glory. It is this glory that the sons of God work for while they are tormented and troubled on earth. Section 128 deals with the difficulty MacDonald believes God must have in separating Himself for His creation. Although His created people are totally dependent upon God, they are also completely individual from Him. In Section 129 MacDonald explains that the conclusion of God's separation of Himself from His creation is the development of a relationship of oneness with this same creation.

In Section 133 MacDonald discusses the idea that too many people lose the joy of life with love of self. This love of self, he explains, will eventually become...

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