Departure Towards the Promised Land
Lehites in Jerusalem and Arabia
The ship launches into the sea.
After several days, some of the passengers become irreverent and engage in inappropriate behavior; they begin to rebel against Nephi, who was admonishing them to behave well.
Laman and Lemuel attack Nephi, and tie him up. The Liahona stops working.
A huge storm starts up, and no one knows which direction to go.
Lehi and Sariah are heartbroken and exasperated by their sons’ behaviors.
Jacob and Joseph feel sorrow because of their mother’s afflictions; Nephi’s wife cries.
The storm lasts four days; Laman and Lemuel finally realize that God’s judgment is coming upon them, so they release Nephi.
Nephi praises God, despite his hardships.
The Liahona begins to work again, and Nephi guides the ship towards the promised land.
A significant amount of time later, they land on the coast of the promised land.
Colonization of the Promised Land
Arrival in Bountiful