Hinds' Feet on High Places - Chapter 14, The Place of Anointing Summary & Analysis

Hannah Hurnard
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Chapter 14, The Place of Anointing Summary

When the Shepherd has led Much-Afraid and her companions across the beautiful Valley of Loss, they reach the base of the steepest mountainside yet. Much-Afraid notes that its peaks are even higher than that of the Precipice Injury and she shudders. After all of her worrying and wanting to turn back, Much-Afraid realizes that the Shepherd does not mean for them to scale the mountain at all. There are chairs suspended by a cable, much like those on a ski lift, and the four of them simply sit in the chairs and are carried to the borderland of the High Places. Upon reaching the top, Much-Afraid, Suffering and Sorrow are speechless at the beauty surrounding them. There are fields of beautiful flowers and in the distance is the powerful voice of a mighty waterfall. The...

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