On the profanation of the truth by selfish love; and its consequences to those who are guilty of it and to those who excuse it. Verses 1-5.
The danger of unlawful exchange with spirits. Verse 6.
The necessity of a holy life, internally and externally, and the consequences of aversion from Divine Good and Divine Truth. Verses 7-9.
The consequences of the profanation of good and truth in various ways. Verses 10-21.
The necessity of obedience, and the danger of disobedience to the spiritual laws of Divine Order. Verses 22-24.
Also man must carefully distinguish between pure and impure affections and thoughts; he must be holy and pure, because he has been separated from evils and falsities; and he must remember that those who pervert good and truth by the abuse of the laws of order, internally or externally, totally vastate themselves. Verses 25-27.