Hinds' Feet on High Places - Chapter 3, Flight in the Night Summary & Analysis

Hannah Hurnard
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Chapter 3, Flight in the Night Summary

Much-Afraid is unable to get comfortable or relax in her bed. She has this nagging feeling that there is something very important she should have done, but she cannot seem to remember. When she finally does sleep, it is not restful, and she awakes with a start a short time later with an unbearable twinge in her heart. For the first time, Much-Afraid absorbs the full realization that the Shepherd did indeed call to her and she did not even so much as acknowledge him. He had told her to be ready to leave at a moment's notice and she did not answer his call. Terrified that he might have left without her, she dresses quickly and goes out into the night in search of him. While she swiftly walks the deserted streets, she ponders...

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