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Hinds' Feet on High Places Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 16, Grave on the Mountains Summary

Hannah Hurnard
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Chapter 16, Grave on the Mountains Summary

Finally, the path stops at the edge of a mist-filled abyss which reaches to the horizon in every direction. Much-Afraid, Suffering and Sorrow realize they must now jump down into the chasm, despite the fact that they have no idea how far they will have to fall before they reach the bottom. Suffering and Sorrow, much stronger than the exhausted Much-Afraid, wrap their arms around her and together, the three of them jump. Because of their strength, Sorrow and Suffering bring Much-Afraid to the bottom of the abyss a bit disoriented, but on the whole unharmed. Upon feeling around in the thick, opaque mist, Much-Afraid finds the altar on which she is to make her final sacrifice. She calls to the Shepherd, but there is no answer. Much-Afraid thinks back to how Bitterness foresaw the Shepherd's abandonment of her...

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