In the fifth book authored by Denver C. Snuffer, Jr. the Book of Enos, the third writer in the Book of Mormon, is explained. This book-length commentary on Enos’ writing discusses details which go unnoticed by most readers. Enos wrote in a cryptic style which employed symbols to convey deep meaning in few words. He inscribed his writings on metal plates with limited space, and therefore he wrote to make each word of his book convey meaning. This commentary sheds light on Enos in a way which has not been provided by any previous writer. It will reveal to the reader some of the deepest and most profound messages of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, as understood, taught and practiced by the ancient prophet Enos.