Transoceanic Voyage of the Jaredites
The brother of Jared puts his now glowing stones in each barge; they light up well.
The Jaredites load their provisions and livestock on the barges, and launch into the ocean.
The Lord causes a furious wind to blow them towards the promised land.
The barges are often plunged deep in the water as huge waves crash on top of them.
The barges remain waterproof, the Jaredites’ pleas to the Lord are answered, and the barges never sink.
The wind continues to blow, and the Jaredites continue to move forward.
The Jaredites continuously sing and praise the Lord.
The Jaredite barges are spared from violent sea creature attacks, and the interiors of their barges stay lit.
Their boat trip lasts for 344 days, and they finally land at the promised land, where they weep for joy and praise the Lord.
Jared, Jesus and Sixteen Stones
Colonization of the Promised Land