Hinds' Feet on High Places Characters

Hannah Hurnard
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Much-Afraid, Grace and Glory

Much-Afraid is a frightened, deformed, lost soul who is transformed into a beautiful, spiritually connected, joyful being. Much-Afraid's feet and mouth are crooked and she spends much of her time in the village of Much-Trembling trying to avoid her unsavory relatives. Much-Afraid is a shepherdess of the Chief Shepherd's flock and she goes on a pilgrimage to the High Places in the Kingdom of Love in order to better serve the Shepherd. Throughout the story, Much-Afraid faces innumerable and seemingly impossible obstacles on her journey, and is able to overcome them. The Shepherd renames her Grace and Glory and she is able to see the world from a fresh, new perspective, enabling her to continue to grow in love. As the Shepherd had promised, her feet are transformed into hinds' feet and her face is quite beautiful to behold. At the end of the story...

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