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Much-Afraid had been in the service of the Chief Shepherd, whose great flocks were pastured down in the Valley of Humiliation. She lived with her friends and fellow workers Mercy and Peace in a tranquil little white cottage in the village of Much-Trembling. She loved her work and desired intensely to please the Chief Shepherd, but happy as she was in most ways, she was conscious of several things which hindered her in her work and caused her much secret distress and shame. Here is the allegorical tale of Much-Afraid, an every-woman searching for guidance from God to lead her to a higher place.

Note: Hind's Feet On High Places is a wonderful book. I read it many years ago as I was just starting to grow in my walk with the Lord.  A secret sister gave it to me as a gift and with it she include some peppermint tea and a scented candle. My instructions were to make the tea, light the candle and then relax and read the book.  What an awesome gift it turned out to be!  This book took me down into vallies and up into the mountain tops! So much emotion and so much healing took place. I will be ever grateful to the sister that gave me this book.  I hope  you are blessed by it as well! 

 Book Description:  February 19, 2013

 What can be more exciting than the Hinds’ Feet on High Places allegory? It is the allegory along with a daily devotional penned by a woman who has proven her walk with the Lord and her writing gift with other inspirational books, including You Can Be the Wife of a Happy Husband and the 1999 release, You Can Be the Happy Mom of an Empty Nest.

    Most of these devotions are “quiet time” meditations, ones that will draw you closer to your Lord Jesus. They will help you to understand your own struggles and regain confidence in your walk with the Lord.

I know that you sense Him drawing you ever nearer to Him. That’s why you are considering this devotional. Some of you even feel your heart aching for more of His Presence in your life. 

    This allegory with the devotionals will help satisfy the yearning of your heart. He is challenging you to keep saying “yes” to your Lord as He beckons you on in your own journey to the High Places.



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 July 28, 2011  3 and up  P and up

This illustrated version of the timeless classic has been arranged by Dian Layton and beautifully illustrated by JoAnn Edington. It tells the story of Much-Afraid and her journey to the High Places with the Shepherd. Filled with exciting adventure and a triumphant conclusion, this story will teach young children the importance of following the Shepherd.

This is the Kindle Illustrated version of Hind's Feet on High Places. 
I have never seen this one but it looks like it may be enjoyable to look at.  

Mountains of Spices

Hannah Hurnard
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 May 25, 2012
An allegory of the nine spices mentioned in Song of Solomon compared with the nine fruits of the Spirit.
The note below was written by someone that read the book: 
This sequel to Hind's Feet On High Places tells the story of how Grace and Glory (formally Much-Afraid)and her friends lead many of her enemies to follow the Chief Shepherd. Not all decide to follow, but those who do so find a release from their old, sinful self and receive a new nature from the Shepherd (like how Grace and Glory did). How wonderful to see the Shepherd give new names to replace their old ones. See how the Shepherd is able to develop Hind's Feet for those who cannot physically journey with Him to the High Places. Learn also about the nature of the fruits of the Holy Spirit. I read this book with the same inner joy and excitement when I read Hind's Feet. Before I read this book, I was hoping for a sequel to Hind's Feet when God answered my prayer. This books shows that when we surrender our fruits of the flesh to God, He will replace it with His own wonderful fruits of the Spirit. When we live a life loving the Lord, it will draw people to the Saviour and God can make us forgive and love our enemies.