Hinds' Feet on High Places - Chapter 5, Encounter with Pride Summary & Analysis

Hannah Hurnard
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Chapter 5, Encounter with Pride Summary

As Much-Afraid continues through the next few days up the mountain, she realizes it is a much more difficult climb than she imagined. Faced with the choice of falling or accepting the assistance of her companions, she grasps the hands of Suffering and Sorrow who easily lift and lead her over the most strenuous pathways. Back in the Valley of Humiliation, Much-Afraid's Fearing relatives are incensed that she has escaped with the Shepherd. They find it unacceptable and unbearable that an ugly, lame simpleton has been chosen by him. Plans begin to be formulated and finally it is determined that Pride, a good-looking, conceited cousin who does not easily admit defeat, will track Much-Afraid into the mountains and bring her back into the slavery of her family. Finding Much-Afraid alone with her companions and the Shepherd nowhere...

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