Hinds' Feet on High Places - Chapter 15, The Floods Summary & Analysis

Hannah Hurnard
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Chapter 15, The Floods Summary

After walking all day, Much-Afraid, Suffering and Sorrow come upon a cabin where they will spend the night. When they open the door, they realize that a fire is crackling in the fireplace and a meal for three is set at the table. Exhausted, the three of them fall asleep almost instantly. Much-Afraid is awakened while it is still dark by the voice of the Shepherd. Although she cannot see him, his voice warmly surrounds her. He tells her that in the morning, she will go to the Falls of Love to sacrifice his initial promise to her along with her "natural longing for human love." Although she does not fully understand, Much-Afraid immediately agrees. She waits till dawn to wake Suffering and Sorrow and tells them that they must leave right away. As they climb higher and higher...

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