Lehi’s Dream, 3 Volumes

In 600 B.C, Jerusalem

The mighty city of Jerusalem has forsaken God. It stands on the verge of awful destruction. False prophets abound. Evil runs rampant. Wicked King Jehoiakim has just fallen, followed by Jehoiachin. On the throne now sits Zedekiah, a young man too weak to stand against the Sarim, the elders of Jerusalem who are trampling the God of Israel beneath their feet.

From this turmoil, God calls the goldsmith, Lehi, to the life of a prophet. Lehi is commanded to cry repentance to the city. His attempts are in vain. His death sentence is issued, and weak King Zedekiah cannot save him. Lehi, along with his family, is commanded to flee Jerusalem with only what he can carry on the backs of his camels into the vast wilderness south and east of the city.

I have chronicled this saga in volumes. For anyone who wants to understand the Book of Mormon better while following Lehi, his son Nephi, and their people on the most important journey of their time, this book and the volumes that follow will forever be considered classics.