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In Graham Greenes novel The Heart of the Matter there is an interesting relationship between the main character and God The relationship appeared to be full of love and bitterness The name of the main character is Harry Scobie and he is a police major Scobie had a relationship with God It is hard to pinpoint exactly what the relationship was like between them After reading the novel one could say the relationship was like a marriage Scobie loved God and God in turn loved Scobie Scobie felt as if he had to be there for everyone If his wife needed something or was upset he helped her If a gentleman was lonely and ostracized at the club Scobie found a friend for him Scobie even helped comfort survivors of a submarine attack After one beholds these kind acts one knows that Scobie is full of love But whom did he love He loves God he does all of his good deeds because of his love He did not really love Louise his wife He pitied her he wanted to help her become happy When she thought she had no friends in the world he introduced her to Wilson He did this because he believed it would strengthen Gods love for him Scobie befriended Wilson because Wilson was new to Africa and needed support Scobie ignited the friendship between Wilson and Louise Even after Scobie learned that Wilson was spying on him he still didnt interfere with their friendship He did this out of his love for God He also helped Miss Rolt by keeping her company while she was recovering He pitied her because she was so young and stupid He took excellent care of her by bringing her stamps furniture and spending time with her He did this because he thought that it was the good Catholic thing to do Like all marriages Scobies relationship with God did have
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