The Diary of an Old Soul

by George MacDonald (Author)
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First published in 1880, “The Diary of an Old Soul” is a collection of 366 daily Christian devotional poems by Scottish author, poet, and Christian minister George MacDonald. Most famous for his fantasy novels and fairy tales, such as “Phantastes” and “The Princess and the Goblin”, MacDonald was devoutly religious and Christianity played a prominent role in both his personal life and in his published work. The inspiring and reassuring daily poems in “The Diary of an Old Soul” reveal the depth of MacDonald’s faith and show how he renewed his belief in God as a part of his everyday life. Intimate and honest, MacDonald’s poems demonstrate his belief that one’s commitment to God must be complete and plainly evident in all aspects of one’s life. MacDonald’s style is warm and loving, showing the readers how he too makes mistakes, repents, and seeks constantly to live a life consistent with God’s plan. “The Diary of an Old Soul” is an encouraging work of devotion and prayer that continues to guide the faithful in their journey to be better and more mindful Christians. This edition includes a biographical afterword.

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December 11, 2020
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