Scene two follows Isaac and his conversion to the gospel. Again I have President Richards teaching him when it actually was Frederick Smith. Isaac talks about not being able to read, which is an accurate portrayal. He did not have the opportunity to attend school much. He does talk about his finances and traveling to Zion. He went to work in the coal at Walsall so as to raise more money. I think this mine may have paid more as the conditions weren't as nice. When I wrote this musical, I was under the impression that Isaac was the first of his family to convert to the Gospel. I was wrong in this assumption. Many family members converted in the Whitwick Branch, his mother being the first.