The Shack: Where Tragedy Confronts Eternity - Chapters 12 - 13 Summary & Analysis

William P. Young
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In Chapter 12, as Mack walked back toward the lake he realized that The Great Sadness was gone. Jesus asked him how his time with Sophia, whom he describes as the personification of God’s wisdom, was. Mack described it as being both terrible and wonderful.

He does ask Jesus about Missy’s time with the serial killer. He was still tormented by the idea that his daughter was alone during that time. Jesus comforted Mack by telling him that Missy was never alone during her time with the killer. He told Mack that Missy prayed for her family and was more concerned about them than herself.

After having cried on Jesus’ shoulder, Mack attempted to walk across the lake but was surprised when he sunk. It was not until he turned to look back at Jesus and reminded himself that Jesus was there...

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