Hinds' Feet on High Places - Chapter 20, Return to the Valley Summary & Analysis

Hannah Hurnard
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Chapter 20, Return to the Valley Summary

Finally, the King brings Joy, Peace, and Grace and Glory to part of the High Places which overlooks the Valley of Humiliation and the village of Much-Trembling. Grace and Glory is overcome by thoughts of her family and suddenly realizes that although she simply assumed them to be evil and malicious, they are actually miserable and in spiritual pain. She immediately brings these thoughts to the King. After careful consideration, it is decided that Grace and Glory, along with her handmaidens Joy and Peace, will follow the King down into the Valley of Humiliation to share their newfound happiness and all the possibilities of change.

Chapter 20, Return to the Valley Analysis

As Grace and Glory masters herself and becomes completely connected with the Shepherd and her inner voice, she is no longer consumed with her...

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