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George MacDonald Chapter Summary & Analysis - Sections 325 - 349 Summary

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Sections 325 - 349 Summary

Section 325 indicates men often need to clean their insides, or internal thinkings, in order to keep bad words or deeds from coming out of him. In Section 326 MacDonald states that only God can fully understand evil. In Section 328 MacDonald indicates that in the spiritual realm someone who has done a good deed in an attempt to copy someone else is considered to be just as bad as someone motivated by greed. Section 331 indicates by attempting to become the success he wants to be, a man actually punishes himself in the process.

Section 333 includes a prayer in which a preacher speaks to God about the way in which he has failed God. In Section 334 MacDonald discusses the idea that deeds are a way to God. Prayer, and the mechanics of prayer, is the topic of Section 335. The idea of hoarding spiritual things is discussed in Section...

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