Mountains of Spices
- Publisher An allegory of the nine spices mentioned in Song of Solomon compared with the nine fruits of the Spirit.
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MOUNTAINS OF SPICESHannah HurnardIn this powerful allegory about human weaknesses and strengths, Hannah Hurnardshows that the characteristics we possess can be transformed, to produce the fruits ofthe spirit. 250 pages, from Living Books.Hannah Hurnard This sequel to HINDS FEET ON HIGH PLACES is a powerful allegory that personifies unhappy, tormenting attitudes of mind, heart and temperament. I have tried to show as clearly as possible that the very characteristiacs and weaknesses of temperament with which we were born... canbe transformed into their exact opposites and can therefore produce in usthe loveliest of all qualities. - Hannah Hurnard. 250 pages, from Tyndale.
An allegory of the nine spices mentioned in Song of Solomon compared with the nine fruits of the Spirit.
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Hannah Hurnard is best known for her allegory Hinds' Feet on High Places and Mountain of Spices, she was a missionary in Haifa, Israel for over fifty years. In her later writing she moved away from Orthodox Christianity to universalism and pantheism.
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This book is a sequel to Hind's Feet on High Places and is just as brilliant. Much-Afraid now with her new name is back in the valley and trying to show her relatives what a difference the Shepherd has made in her life. She quickly learns however, that without the Shepherd helping her she has no way to convince her relatives to trust in him. This book shows in a powerful way that while we might have our heart's desires as Christians and our 'mountain top' experiences they are not for us alone but so we can help others and that we can never make it without Christ but need to be in partnership with Him. For anyone who thinks the 'High Places' is the end, this book says think again the 'High Places' are just the beginning.
the second book to hinds' feet in high places. continues the story of "much afraid" and how things can be transformed through Gods' grace, mercy and compassion towards us. it is a very uplifting book as it tells us that no matter how distant we have become or even how much we try to ignore God He is always reaching out to us wanting to save us. a very light read book with a very deep and powerful message.