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Hinds' Feet on High Places - Chapter 4, Start for the High Places Summary & Analysis

Hannah Hurnard
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Chapter 4, Start for the High Places Summary

As she and the Shepherd begin their journey through the fields to the mountains, Much-Afraid is amazed at all of the beautiful life surrounding them. She is able to hear the wonderful music of the birds, flowers, and streams, which she has never noticed before. The Shepherd tells her that since she has the seed of love in her heart, her eyes and ears are now being opened to the magnificence around her. It has always been there, he explains, but she had been too caught up in fear and self-pity to observe it before. Much-Afraid says that it is a shame that there is such loveliness to behold but most of the time no one is there to appreciate it. The Shepherd explains that there is much value in giving, especially when it goes unnoticed or...

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