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George MacDonald - Sections 300 - 324 Summary & Analysis

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Sections 300 - 324 Summary

In Section 300 MacDonald writes about the sickening feeling that he gets when he sees Himself. The only cure for this sickness is to live for God. In Section 301 MacDonald explains that one should not believe in visions, but instead must have God living in his soul. Section 303 deals with the idea of a garden not taken care of because of its oldness. Only one gardener cares for the garden who does not learn the new ways. It is his stupidity and not his cleverness that has kept the garden tended. In Section 306 MacDonald writes that many who seek God do not find Him because He is not what they expected Him to be. Some less schooled men, however, discover God and recognize Him immediately.

Section 307 describes the way men push aside truisms and forget them instead of making these truisms part of their lives as...

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