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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There she gains a new name and is transformed by her union with the feett Shepherd. View all 3 comments. I’ve found that most allegories, especially Christian ones, are a bit heavy-handed. The story we have all lived from the beginning of time, until the end of time — the personal journey of a child who is very Much Afraid.
It was bittersweet, but the sweetness was the stronger. There she gains a new name and is transformed by her union with the loving Shepherd. I’ll quote the section at the end of the review for anyone interested. The story we have all lived from the beginning of time, until the end of time — the personal journey of a chil One of those childhood books that will forever leave a hand print upon my life.
Hinds’ Feet on High Places : Hannah Hurnard :
I have read 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! He lost His “edginess,” for lack of a better word.
However, I see why this book has become so well-loved.
Almost exactly one year ago, a friend read an excerpt of this book to a group of women. To ask other readers questions about Hinds’ Feet on High Placesplease sign up. There’s something to be said for waiting for the right timing in reading a book. Every inner response of the human heart to Efet and every conquest over self-love is a new flower on the tree of Love.
Hinds’ Feet on High Places – Wikipedia
One such truth was that our greatest enemies on the path to the high places are internal – pride, resentment, bitterness, self-pity and fear. Warm, savory, and simple. Published November 23rd by Tyndale Momentum first published One of those childhood books that will forever leave a hand print upon my fest. With that said, my favorite moment of the book was in Ch 4, where the main character, Much Afraid, discovers a beautiful wild flower, that would in most cases go seemingly unnoticed.
Here she is, the fearful Much-Afraid, learning to trust her Shepherd as He transforms her. Hurnard was born in in Colchester, England to Quaker parents. Feb 01, Roxanneandvince Weber rated it did not like it. That sometimes, the hardest struggles we face are not the great ones, but the daily ones. I know a lot of people who love and treasure this book, so maybe I’m just too cynical and need to appreciate it for what it’s worth. The first half of the book, I was underlining quotes I liked, but by the end, I was just hoping it would wrap up sooner or later.
Hannah Hurnard’s own account of the circumstances that led her to write Hinds’ Feet, and a brief autobiography of the author’s life.
The text may be a little above the heads of pre-school children and too long for the hyper ones, but for slightly older children who still enjoy bein I have to admit it; I like this children’s version even better than the original Hind’s Feet on High Places.
Hurnqrd know I am Much-Afraid much of the time and this book left me longing to collect stones of remembrance along the way so that I will have the faith and strength to be given a new name – or live up to the one I already have.
Yet, though the Shepherd leaves in a moment, He returns the same way at the first furtive cry of the forlorn little protagonist. But if the Shepard was lying to Much-Afraid then that would be a clue that he was not really God and she should be desiring someone else. The dialect is profound, refined and very beautiful, though in certain areas it can be slightly wordy.
In order to accomplish this, he offers to “plant the seed of love” into her hign. This would’ve made it more relatable to the average Christian’s experience, in my humble opinion. I don’t really know, but I know I want some altars and ginds stones of my own.
The author really seems to understand the physical nature and beauty in creation and that God really enjoys the physical nature and beauty in it as well. Though this often goes unnoticed in the world, in fact, it is a beautiful thing in the kingdom of God. In this moving tale, follow Much-Afraid on her spiritual journey as she overcomes many dangers and mounts at last to the High Places.
Hinds’ Feet on High Places
Seriously, it’s a must read! A few reasons this is a three star book for me, instead of four or five: The lower Veet go the more love I am able to transmit from God to others, just like the Lord of love himself, hajnah was not content until he found and took the placrs place in the universe.
And who doesn’t need to know that The Shepherd is good and loves us and knows what we need?!? Something I think many modern Americans have forgot as we do live in a blessed age. When much afraid gets to the High Places she has some thoughts on being dogmatic and how we can not really know anything about the High Places because they are so far from the valleys.