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George MacDonald Chapter Summary & Analysis - Sections 175 - 199 Summary

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Sections 175 - 199 Summary

Section 175 addresses the initial pain of salvation but tells of its coming joy. In Section 176 MacDonald writes that it is because of God, and the relationship between God and the Son that all things in the universe exist in unity. In Section 178 MacDonald notes that in order to truly live, a man must give up his life, just as Jesus gave up His. MacDonald explains in Section 178 that God has not given us a record of His exact words because He wants man to worship God, not God's words. In addition, God could not express the full extent of His meaning in man-created words. MacDonald indicates in Section 181 that the Epistles, a section of letters included in the Christian Bible, should be read from the practical point of view, not the intellectual. Section 182 describes what it means for Jesus to come into a man's heart...

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