Tyndale House Publishers new release of Hannah Hurnard’s, Hinds Feet on High Places, An Engaging Visual Journey, is in a word—STUNNING!
Jill DeHaan and Rachel McNaughton have taken this beautiful Christian allegory of the journey of faith, and set it in the most exquisite settings of soft and muted watercolor illustrations.
The result, is indeed, a lovely and engaging visual journey that will find a welcome place of honor on anyone’s coffee table.
As I said in a previous post, Hinds Feet On High Places is a story of Little Miss Much-Afraid and her journey with the Chief Shepherd to the High Places where she hopes her disabling disfigurements will be transformed by healing streams.
This beautiful story is meant to portray both, the beauty and the harsh realities, that often accompany our journeys through this life.
Little Miss Much-Afraid is led to a barren desert, along the shores of loneliness, up the Precipice of Injury, as well as through the Forests of Danger and Tribulation and the Valley of Loss.
Throughout the book are scriptures painted in bold and vivid colors marking Miss Much-Afraid’s journey, the way they so often mark out our own.
Bravo Tyndale House for bringing out this book NOW, just in time for Christmas!
I’ll tell you the truth, as I unwrapped this book from its shipping wrapper, I was delighted at what I saw! I thought, “With so many people going through their own difficult journey right now, I can’t think of a more welcome and fitting gift to give someone who is hurting this holiday season.”
Hinds Feet on High Places, An Engaging Visual Journey is available now on Christian Book Distributors or at any of your other fine retailers.
My thanks to Tyndale House Publishers for sending me this complimentary copy in exchange for my review.