The year 35 B.C.: A 14-year old boy who hates God because he was born with a withered hand. Despondent and having nothing to live for, the boy constantly gets drunk with his friends in the local tavern in the small village of Nain in Galilee. One night, after getting drunk with his buddies, after they go home, the boy takes several wine skeins with him and wanders off into the Hills of Galilee where he falls asleep. In the 4th watch of the night, he is awakened by voices, peers over the edge of a hill, and witnesses Jesus’ transfiguration. Petrified, the boys runs down the hill, and when he stops, he realizes his withered hand has been healed. No one believes his story; the town stones him for breaking the Jewish law of committing blasphemy. While the boy is lying in state on the way to the burial ground, Jesus appears, revives him, and he becomes a follower of the Master.