As Nephi continues to expound on the prophesies and messages of Isaiah (chapters 48 and 49), he reemphasizes – despite the turmoil of the last days and all that will befall those who fight against Zion – that there is always safety in Jesus Christ.
-Does Christ deny anyone or any group who comes to Him?
-Is there any other way to come unto Christ, besides through repentance?
-If the standard we repent to is the Divine Christ, how much emphasis and focus should be placed on repenting daily?
-Does the thought of a Perfect Standard encourage you or discourage you?
-Is encouragement or discouragement, in looking to Christ, a choice we make?
-How important is it to have faith that such a standard is obtainable for the standard to be meaningful?
-Would Christ want us to obtain anything less than the potential He has given us through his example and atoning sacrifice?
-If we allow His power into our lives, are there limits to what Christ can make of us as individuals and as groups?