Hinds' Feet on High Places - Chapter 11, In the Forests of Danger and Tribulation Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11, In the Forests of Danger and Tribulation Summary

Much-Afraid and her companions sit with the Shepherd joyfully as he tells them about the next phase of their journey. After laying his hands on Much-Afraid's injuries and healing them completely, he explains they will be traveling through the Forests of Danger and Tribulation. As she has been at the beginning of every other lap of the trip, Much-Afraid feels she cannot possibly take anymore and begins to question the Shepherd's ability to do any of the things he has promised her. Sternly, he reminds her how he has carried her when she could not walk, and also how he has gotten her this far. The Shepherd asks her if she truly believes he is a liar, and she finally agrees she has no reason not to believe him...

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