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. 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. The Paperback of the Hinds Feet On High Places by Hannah Hurnard at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!.
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hgh Hinds’ Feet on High Places is an allegory. It aims to show how a Christian is transformed from unbeliever to immature believer to mature believer, who walks daily with God as easily on the High Places of Joy in the spirit as in the daily life of mundane and often humiliating tasks that may cause Christians to lose perspective.
There she gains a new name and returns to her valley of service, transformed by her union with the loving Shepherd. If you would know Love, you must know pain too.
May 03, Jrad rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Those looking for strength in trials. The text may be a little above the heads of pre-school children and too long for the hyper ones, but hig slightly older children who still enjoy being read to or reading it on their own, it is excellent. Changed my view on myself and God.
Hinds’ Feet on High Places
Get to Know Us. In order to accomplish this, he offers to “plant the seed of love” into her heart.
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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. Ever since I was small, I was quick to recognize analogies and entranced by Biblical allegories. Book ratings by Goodreads. Add all three to Cart Add all three to List. Published November 23rd by Tyndale Momentum first published But in God’s omniscience, He knew Jeff needed to be in what Jeff called “his cacoon of protection” from a very seriously sinful prior life!
It impacted on my life in a big way! While there are a lot of great truths in this classic allegorical tale, they are cloaked in a simple story told with eloquent language.
Or you may just want to read a good allegory of life in Christ Jesus.
Hinds’ Feet on High Places by Hannah Hurnard
I have no doubt this was the right time for me to read this book. Th “She had the feeling that somehow, in the very far-off places, perhaps even in the far-off ages, there would be a meaning found to all sorrow and an answer too fair and wonderful to be as yet understood. Another thing about the book I liked were the altars Much-Afraid builds, and the little memorial stones she collects along the way.
Power is released when we obey and we see very practical examples of this in Much-Afraid’s journey. I first learned of this story written by Hannah Hurnard by reading “No Compromise: Learn how Much-Afraid overcomes her tormenting fears as she passes through many dangers and mounts placex last to the High Places.
There is incident with an extremely high cliff that must be ascended by a steep, slippery and very narrow zig-zagging track, with the help of her two companions, Sorrow and Suffering. That describes exactly what I am going through right now in my own faith, and I found myself comforted and reminded, once again, that my Shepherd cares, and he has never left me. I appreciated the prose and the author’s vivid descriptions. While that could be said for this teet as well, the underlying sweetness of the story more than compensated for it.
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higy In the portion she read, Much-Afraid the main character is promised a new name by The Shepherd. While many people abhor allegory, I like it.
This book helped me to realize the rewards received when one mirrors the life of Christ to bring Him glory so that we might know, and share hins. It is an attitude of will. They offer themselves so sweetly and confidently and willingly, even if it seems that there is no one to appreciate them.
I really don’t see the fet of this argument and could never picture Christ asking that type of question to provoke a response of “Yes, I would still love you. Thanks for telling us about the problem.