Wednesday, May 18, 2011

What They Said Wednesday–Sister Rosemary M. Wixom #CESFireside



May 1, 2011 CES Fireside -
Sister Rosemary M. Wixom



  • Can you see the process12 General President of the Church.
  • Posters in college
    • Trust in the Lord
    • Lips that touch liquor will never touch mine.
  • IN your life, what have you come to know and where did you learn it.
  • What have you come to know? What have I done?
  • We are living the plan of our Heavenly Father, plan of happiness
  • Walk by faith
  • We are learning how well we knew Him. It is through our effort we will come to know Him here on earth
  • Alma came to know the Savior at the water of Mormon (Mosiah 18:30)
  • Four questions:
    • How can I come to know the spirit of the holy ghost?
      • Because of meekness and lowliness of heart you shall feel of the spirit
      • Sons of Mosiah-searched the scriptures, prayer and fasting
    • How can I come to know the Book of Mormon is true?
      • Objective to know the book is true vs. objective to get through the book
      • Find out for your self
        • John 5 - They are they that testify of me.
      • Coming know the truth comes with effort, and the greater the effort the greater the reward.
    • How can I come to know my part in the plan of our Heavenly Father
      • Our desires can overcome our frailties.
      • Story from General Conference: Top 10 Priorities
        • make a plan and you live it the best you can
      • God expects us to learn our place in his plan.
    • How can I come to know the Father and his Beloved Son?
      • Only we can create time enough to know the Lord.
      • We are for eager to forgive and serve when He is apart of our lives.
  • Humble heart
  • Ask in faith
  • Acting in diligent to the Lords will
  • Recognize his hand
    • if you recognize the lord with be there even more
  • People of the waters of Mormon prayed much
  • pray out loud, be diligent
  • Coming to know for ourselves is very personal
  • Heavenly Father, are you really there?” - Child’s Prayer Children’s Hymnbook
  • Asking is an act of Faith.
  • Something humbling about asking
  • Nothing is going to startle us more when we pass through the veil; than to realize how much we know our Father. - Pres. Benson
  • As you walk this path Hold On.