Isaiah in Second Nephi 7-8

Jacob quotes Isaiah and his teachings first to the Nephites, as warnings and prophecies for them specifically, then to the Jews generally, and then to all the house of Israel.

Hope Amidst Tribulation (2 Nephi 6)

Jacob, inspired by Isaiah, offers hope amidst despair. Scattered people will be reunited, even powerful figures will submit to God. He reveals the coming Messiah, offering salvation to believers. Rejection leads to trials, but redemption remains possible. Gentiles seeking repentance find forgiveness, while those opposing God face judgment. Finally, Jacob reminds us of the Messiah's return, bringing salvation to believers. This message of hope transcends time, reminding us that God's promises endure.