Hinds' Feet on High Places - Chapter 9, Great Precipice Injury Summary & Analysis

Hannah Hurnard
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Chapter 9, Great Precipice Injury Summary

Alone once again with Suffering and Sorrow, Much-Afraid continues along the path with joy in her heart. She can barely contain her excitement at the prospect of finally climbing to the High Places. When they finally arrive at the foot of the mountain, Much-Afraid loses much of her momentum and simply feels overwhelmed by the steepness and the height of the precipice. Much-Afraid looks up at the path and realizes that it goes to the top of the precipice and simply stops. She begins to cry and is absolutely positive there is no way that a lame, weak thing such as she will ever make it to the top. Suffering points out a hart and a hind leaping over the path, clearly showing the way. For the first time, Much-Afraid hears the voices of Suffering and Sorrow...

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