The village meets together to worship and learn about God. The teacher encourages them with the story of Zacchaeus. Jesus invited himself to eat at Zacchaeus's house. When Zacchaeus had been around Jesus for the night, he offered to give back all he had stolen from the villagers. The chief goes to see a man whom he had wronged, Yosef. Yosef decides the religion the chief and his own son are a part of is a bad thing because the chief is a bad man. He won't let his son be a part of the religion anymore. But the chief insists that Jesus told him to give back the land and apologize. Yosef can't believe it. But the chief claims Jesus is the Chief of chiefs, in charge of his life. The chief pleads for Yosef to allow his son to come to the meetings. The chief asks about his wives and loving them equally. The teacher tells him about God's plan for marriage. He insists that the chief take care of his wives with the grace of God, but asks that he not take any more wives. At the next meeting, a woman shares that Jesus has cared for her loneliness by sending two women to show her love, share Jesus, and ask her to the meetings. Yosef sees the meeting from the outside, but refuses to come in. The chief spends the rest of his time giving back all that he has taken from others.