On their way to Plymouth, the Puritans encountered a storm. The storm devastated the ship and almost created a ship wreck. While terrified, the Puritans called out for help from god.
Due to starvation, the Puritans set out to find supplies. Along their way they found corn and beans, which belonged to the Indians. They stole the corn and beans and view it as a sign from god trying to help them.
As the Puritans reach land, most of the people die from disease. Misery and death filled Plymouth but the Puritans continued to turn to god while they were in this hard time.