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George MacDonald Chapter Summary & Analysis - Sections 275 - 299 Summary

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Sections 275 - 299 Summary

In Section 275 MacDonald indicates that those who follow the advice of psychics will come to find they have followed the wrong advice. In Section 276 MacDonald writes that if God decides to forget a sin, He will do it. However, it would be terrible if He were to forget our sins before men were free of their sins. Coincidence is ruled by God, just as everything else is, MacDonald writes in Section 278. The only way to follow the will of God is to throw oneself fully into it, as MacDonald states in Section 279.

MacDonald explains in Section 282 that it requires two parents to create a child so that this child can benefit from the balancing action of the opinions of the two parents. In Section 283 MacDonald addresses the idea that some of the work that God gives His people to do is easy. Even if work...

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