Hind's Feet on High Places

Hind's Feet on High Places

Book - 1987
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The Christian allegory, such as the classic PILGRIM'S PROGRESS, is a story that characterizes the Christian walk of faith described in the Bible. Restricted to a single meaning, the allegory features Christian virtues and sins as symbolic characters who have no real personal qualities beyond the abstractions they represent. In Hurnard's allegory, Flo Schmidt narrates the story of characters named Much Afraid, Sorrow, and Suffering as they journey to the High Places, where their weaknesses will be turned into strengths and their fears into faith. The Shepherd who leads them is characterized with a kind, gentle voice filled with love and hope. The personalities of Craven Fear, Pride, and Selfishness, who act as antagonists, are depicted with sharp, cutting tones. The testing of each character during the journey is realistic, and tones of joy ring out as Much Afraid and her companions gather memorial stones to mark their progress.
Publisher: Uhrichsville, OH : Barbour, c1987
ISBN: 9781577482611
1577482611
9781577489184
1577489187
Branch Call Number: 242 HUR
Characteristics: 221 p. ; 21 cm

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1_black_white_goat
Jun 14, 2017

Very good book for all people in all phases of their christian walk!

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28green
Dec 14, 2016

This is my absolute favorite Christian novel. The allegory is timeless and the message is spot on. As a person who identifies with the main character Much Afraid this book has been a testament to me of what all of us can be if we go on the journey to the High Places. I read this book again and again and never tire of it.

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Elentari
Jun 02, 2014

amazing book. I have actually met Grace and Glory in real life. (at least a woman very like her, with a similar story) It is such a good allegory, great for anyone to read.

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mouserbubba
Oct 07, 2011

Amazing book! Great for pre-teen and teen girls too! This book talks about having complete faith through both the good and the bad.

soblessed59 Aug 01, 2011

As someone else said this is an allegory like John Bunyan's- Pilgrim's Progress,"but with more heart".
Such an encouraging,uplifting,and edifying book. Truly food for the soul,as is the Bible.

This book will inspire and uplift the downhearted and be a joy for anyone to read. About how we can rely on the Lord when we are going through trials,no matter how bleak things seem to be.

I highly recommend for every Christian's personal library,get yourself,your family and friends a copy. It will be cherished.

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JGOODRICK
May 03, 2010

Masterfully done. Thought-provoking. The allegory was solid all the way through, capturing the message of the bible in all its warmth, grace, and truth.

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1_black_white_goat
Jun 14, 2017

1_black_white_goat thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over

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