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George MacDonald Chapter Summary & Analysis - Sections 200 - 224 Summary

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Sections 200 - 224 Summary

In Section 201 MacDonald discusses the idea of having one's own way. He makes the point that we as humans do not know when we truly are having our own way and when we are doing the things God intends us to do, or things that the devil wants us to do. In Section 205 MacDonald writes that he is not afraid of making a mistake in his writing, his fear comes from being seen as one who argues the truth of Jesus. In Section 207 MacDonald underscores the idea that it is more important to do God's will that it is to be able to explain His being.

In Section 209 MacDonald writes that Jesus did not die to save us from punishment deserved as a result of sins committed, but from the sins themselves. In Section 210 MacDonald writes that those who obey Jesus are brothers, however, MacDonald...

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