George MacDonald - Sections 225- 250 Summary & Analysis

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Sections 225- 250 Summary

In Section 226 MacDonald writes that man's first duty is to God. Man does not realize this at first, he writes, and will often learn the importance of duty to God through the doing of other jobs. In Sections 228 and 229 MacDonald writes that a man who desires to have a relationship with God must start in journey in which he comes closer to the perfection and righteousness of God and turns away from his own evil nature. In Section 231 MacDonald describes the full-grown Christian. This man's joy comes from God and being what God has created him to be.

MacDonald insinuates in Section 232 that children and those of childlike faith not only find it easy to believe in God, but are also more adept at recognizing evil. In Section 235 MacDonald encourages his readers to be patient while God does His work of creating a perfect being...

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