“Contents,” Ensign, Feb. 1976, 1EnsignFebruary 1976Volume 6 Number 2ContentsSpecial FeaturesFirst Presidency Message: YOU—The Greatest MiraclePresident N. Eldon TannerFirst Counselor in the First PresidencyArea Conferences in the South PacificThe Church in New ZealandMervyn DykesThe Church in AustraliaGarry P. MitchellThe Church in the South PacificR. Lanier BritschHow Church Programs Help Build Our FamilyK. Wayne and Ann ScottRx for Boys Who Don’t Like ChurchSue Van AlfenDealing with Death and Dying: Providing Emotional Support for the Bereaved or Terminally IllClifford J. StrattonPaul and the Athenian IntellectualsRichard Lloyd AndersonNew Testament Backgrounds: 1 and 2 CorinthiansEdward J. BrandtA Strange Thing in the Land: The Return of the Book of Enoch, Part 3Hugh NibleyA Status Report on Church MagazinesJay M. ToddRegular FeaturesMormon Journal“I Had a Dream. You Anointed My Child.” R. Lanier and JoAnn M. Britsch“Why on Earth Did You Ask Them?” R. Lanier and JoAnn M. BritschWe Lived on 70 Cents a Month for the Temple R. Lanier and JoAnn M. BritschThe Word of Wisdom Blessing R. Lanier and JoAnn M. Britsch“Leave the Village or Die!” John Lewis LundI Have a QuestionElder Henry D. TaylorC. Wilfred GriggsMerrill K. BradshawPoetry and Other VerseOutside Myself Dianne Dibb ForbisBelshazzar Todd A. BritschEve Enlightened Mary ProvonostYou Offered … D. J. HarperPrayer for Those Without Faith H. Joan OwenYouth Gail ChristensenCompliment Val C. WilcoxKeeping PaceStandards for Musicians at Church DancesRandom SamplerMirthrightNews of the ChurchBrigham YoungOn the cover: For many years there has hung in the Temple Square Bureau of Information a beautiful tapa-bark cloth made by Samoan members of the Church after a visit to Temple Square. The style, so traditionally Samoan, and the subject matter, so typically Mormon, mark this artwork as one of the finest visual examples in existence of the concept of the worldwide Church.Inside front cover: The painting, by an unknown artist, is titled View of South Temple by the Church Historical Department, and shows in detail the street after 1869 but before 1873. The house on the right was built by Elder Ezra T. Benson, then sold to Daniel H. Wells, counselor to Brigham Young. Across the street are the Lion and Beehive houses. Note the stone-lined irrigation ditch; the distant buildings on the right are Fort Douglas.Inside back cover: Brigham Young. This is one of the earliest known photographs (actually a daguerreotype) of Brigham Young and was taken in 1850 by early Mormon daguerreotypist Marsena Cannon.