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A man may take the dark for light, but he canna take the light for darkness.

– George MacDonald, The Minister’s Restoration (Minneapolis: Bethany House Pub., 1988), 62.

 

The good minister, whose heart was the teacher of his head…

– George MacDonald, The Minister’s Restoration (Minneapolis: Bethany House Pub., 1988), 84.

 

God can wait foryer prayer better than you…

– George MacDonald, The Minister’s Restoration (Minneapolis: Bethany House Pub., 1988), 92.

 

Eternal spaces where there is no remembering and no forgetting.

– George MacDonald, The Minister’s Restoration (Minneapolis: Bethany House Pub., 1988), 120.

 

The Spirit, forever distinguishsed yet never divided from the Lord.  

– George MacDonald, The Minister’s Restoration (Minneapolis: Bethany House Pub., 1988), 187.

 

 

George MacDonald died this date, 9/18/1905, Scottish minister, novelist and poet who wrote  At the Back of the North Wind, The Baronet’s Song, The Golden Key, Salted with Fire.  He was born 12/10/1824.

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