Hinds' Feet on High Places - Chapter 18, Hinds' Feet Summary & Analysis

Hannah Hurnard
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Chapter 18, Hinds' Feet Summary

While it is still very early morning, Much-Afraid awakens to hear someone calling her. It is not a voice, exactly, but she follows it just the same. She realizes it is coming from somewhere high above and she has every intention of answering the call in person, if she can only find a way out of the canyon. Suddenly, she sees a hart and a hind leaping from rock to rock, clearly showing her the way. Before she even realizes it, Much-Afraid is leaping from rock to rock herself, just like the hart and the hind. As she had known he would be, the Shepherd King is standing at the top of the abyss. Much-Afraid greets him with unbounded joy and gratitude. He tells her that from this point forward, her name will be Grace and Glory. The Shepherd...

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