Hinds' Feet on High Places - Chapter 8, On the Old Sea Wall Summary & Analysis

Hannah Hurnard
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Chapter 8, On the Old Sea Wall Summary

After continuing to walk on the path along the sea, Much-Afraid and her companions arrive at a turn in the path that directly faces the mountains and the High Places. Much-Afraid is overjoyed, begins to clap her hands and run ahead of Sorrow and Suffering. While alone on the path, she arrives at a place where it is quite clear that it does not point at the mountains any longer. Suddenly, Bitterness appears some distance away and laughs at Much-Afraid's predicament. She feels terribly sad and disappointed. When Sorrow and Suffering catch up to her, a biting, whirling sandstorm surrounds them. After the storm subsides, it is quiet and Much-Afraid humbly calls to the Shepherd, saying that she will listen to anything he has to say to her. The Shepherd appears and instructs...

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