After expressing his eternal trust in the Lord, Nephi also emphasizes how the Lord is standing ready to pour out blessings upon those who ask for that which is right in His eyes.
“Yea, I know that God will give liberally to him that asketh. Yea, my God will give me, if I ask not amiss.” (2 Nephi 4:35)
-How can we learn to ask not amiss?
-Is it tempting to ask God to override others’ free will? Are there circumstances where He would do so?
-If a prayer is not answered, does that mean the prayer was amiss?
-What is the difference between the timetables one might have in his or her mind for an answer to a righteous prayer and the Lord’s timetable for answering the prayer?
-How does God give liberally to those who ask righteous things of Him?