Hinds' Feet on High Places - Chapter 13, In the Valley of Loss Summary & Analysis

Hannah Hurnard
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Chapter 13, In the Valley of Loss Summary

As they walk around a bend in the path, Much-Afraid, Sorrow, and Suffering suddenly stop short because they realize the path shoots down into the depths of a valley that seems lower even than the Valley of Humiliation. Much-Afraid is horrified that she will have to give up all of her progress and walk even lower than the place where she began. For the first time on the journey, Much-Afraid begins to seriously consider giving up. She feels angry and resentful that she has worked so hard only to be sent down into a deep valley, farther away from the High Places than ever. For a few moments, Much-Afraid ponders the option of turning her back on the Shepherd but living a life completely devoid of loving him seems much more terrifying than...

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