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The Bronze Bow Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 23 Summary

Elizabeth George Speare
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Chapter 23 Summary

Daniel realizes that his outbreak of temper has undone any progress Leah might have made to overcoming her fears, and that the demons have once again taken over her spirit.

He turns to work to try to forget the damage he has caused. While doing so, he begins to once again think about Jesus, and wonders if he would come to drive the demons from Leah. While he knows he turned Jesus down, when he asked Daniel to follow him, he also knows that Jesus in his compassion and love will not turn down his request, so he goes to Capernuam to find Jesus. Arriving at the shore, all the fishing boats have gone. A crippled man tells Daniel that everyone has gone across the lake to follow Jesus. Hundreds followed along the shore, but the crippled man could not follow.

Daniel hurries along the bank in...

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