Chapter 18 Hinds’ Feet. Chapter 19 High Places. Chapter 20 Return to the Valley . Lessons Learned on the Slopes of the High Places. Hannah Hurnard: A Brief. With over 2 million copies sold, Hinds’ Feet on High Places remains Hannah Hurnard’s best known and most beloved book: a timeless allegory dramatizing the. 28 quotes from Hinds’ Feet on High Places: ‘She bent forward to look, then gave a startled little cry and drew back. There was indeed a seed lying in the.
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Ever since I was small, I was quick to recognize analogies and entranced by Biblical allegories. It was true, just as he had said, it did cause a piercing pain, but it slipped in quickly and then, suddenly, a sweetness she had never felt or imagined before tingled through her.
The author was giving a much needed message that the Christian path is often a hard and difficult hanah. I simply liked it. Just when the reader thinks that Much Afraid is about to reach the High Places, the path turns downward towards a seemingly endless desert. Finally, there were a couple of very unbiblical ideas hannwh, which I was disappointed by.
If you would know Love, you must know pain too. Darlene Pillitteri i have read this book twice besides peaces of it here and there as i thought about it. Warm, savory, and simple.
Overall, I liked the book. Favorite Quote from Ch 4. Speaking of readability, the book is a quick read, but I found myself deliberately pausing after chapters in order to ponder the truths laid out. View all 3 comments. It was true, just as he had said, it did cause a piercing pain, but it slipped in quickly and then, suddenly, a sweetness she had never felt or imagined before tingled through her. I appreciated the prose and the author’s vivid descriptions.
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The main character Much-Afraid has to overcome her fears in order to be with the Good Shepherd on the high places. One of the most meaningful and gorgeous books I’ve ever read. It is only through the deepening relationship realised by those encounters and her obedience in stepping out in faith that the transformation occurs. However, it had opened her eyes to the fact that right down in the depths of her own heart she really had but one passionate desire, not for the things which the Shepherd had promised, but for himself.
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One of plaves childhood books that will forever leave a hand print upon my life. The lessons of accepting and triumphing over evil, of becoming acquainted with grief, and pain, and of finding them transformed into something incomparably precious; these are the lessons of the allegory in this book.
Feb 01, Roxanneandvince Weber rated it did not like it. I highly recommend it, the English version if possible, which contains at the end the expanded version of the lessons learned and a little autobiography.
Soon, she relents, and after the initial intense pain, she senses that something is indeed different in her, though she still looks the same, for now.
Now I think that the author meant that we must be careful about saying things that are far from clear are certain.
As it turned out, I only had 10 minute chunks to read this book in and it allowed me to time to really chew on the story and how I could relate my own life and experiences to it. Quotes from Hind’s Feet on Hi Trivia About Hinds’ Feet on Hi Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
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This is a book that brings healing, strength and a different perspective over the valleys of one’s life. Looking for beautiful hannah The beautiful landscapes through which Much-Afraid is going on her journey and the message that they carry were the same thing Hannah Hurnard was taught by her Shepard seeing the beautiful landscape of Switzerland. Special edition also features a new cover design. They offer themselves so sweetly and confidently and willingly, even if it seems that there is no one to appreciate them.
Just as though they sang a joyous little song to themselves, that it is so happy to love, even though one is not loved in return. I have hnds this aloud several times to some of my younger siblings, and they have always enjoyed it–particularly the illustrations of Pride and Craven Fear, I’m afraid!
This book is a tricky one to judge. Once she reaches her final destination her name fete changed to Grace and Glory. This page was last edited on 25 Bannahat It is an attitude of will.
The lessons much afraid learned were really good for me when i first got saved 35 years ago and i can still learn things from it today. I loved it and gave copies away so others could enjoy it too.