Pass Through Shazer
Lehites in Jerusalem and Arabia
After four days of traveling southward, the group arrives at a place called Shazer.
The group uses the Liahona to guide them in their hunting trips.
After several more days of travel, the group stops to replenish their food stock.
On one hunting trip, Nephi accidentally breaks his bow, and returns home empty-handed, much to the dismay of the rest of the group.
Laman, Lemuel, Ishmael’s sons, and even Lehi complain because of their misfortunes, and begin to curse God.
Nephi tries to appease those complaining.
Nephi takes matters into his own hands, and makes a new bow himself. He then asks a repentant Lehi where he should go to hunt.
Lehi, humbled, asks the Lord.
God refers Lehi to the Liahona.
New writing had appeared on it, apparently showing where to go to hunt.
The Liahona functions according to the faith of those who possess it.
Nephi follows the directions of the Liahona, and ends up at the top of a mountain, where he finds game to hunt.
Nephi returns to camp with food, much to the joy of the group.
Departure from the Valley of Lemuel
Troubles in Nahom