Mountains of Spices

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Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., 1983 - Fiction - 256 pages
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An allegory ofthe nine spices mentioned in the Song of Solomon compared with the nine fruits of the Spirit.
 

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User Review  - LindaT - Christianbook.com

It was a great sequel to Hinds Feet On High Places and made me wish there was another! Grace and Glory became like a friend and as much as a I wanted to find out how the Shepherd touched the lives of ... Read full review

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With Much-Afraid now transformed into Grace and Glory by the Shepherd in Hinds' Feet on High Places, Hannah Hurnard shows in this sequel the next step in the Christian walk--that of service down in ... Read full review

Contents

Preface to the Allegory
11
Chapter Mountain of Pomegranates
36
Gloomy and Spiteful
51
Mountain of Camphire
64
Mountain of Spikenard Peace
89
Mountain of Saffron
116
Mountain of Calamus
136
Mountain of Cinnamon
168
Mountain of Frankincense
197
Mountain of Myrrh Meekness
222
Last Scene on
239
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