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Hinds' Feet on High Places Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 2, Fearing Invasion Summary

Hannah Hurnard
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Chapter 2, Fearing Invasion Summary

When the next morning arrives, Much-Afraid feels fearless and invigorated. While she completes the various tasks assigned to her by the Shepherd, she sings joyful songs and she can scarcely contain her excitement. She eagerly anticipates the Shepherd's call, and has a feeling that it will be today. Later that afternoon, it is not the Shepherd at her door, but almost every single one of her Fearing relatives. They are at her cottage to convince her to marry Craven Fear, who they left behind so they can speak of him in a kindly light. Due to his nasty demeanor, this would be impossible in his presence. The Fearing Family spends the afternoon badgering Much-Afraid and insisting that she leave the cottage and move in with them until she is numb with fear. They have surrounded her and bolted her door so that she...

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