“Contents,” Ensign, Dec. 1983, 1EnsignDecember 1983 Volume 13 Number 12ContentsSpecial FeaturesFirst Presidency Message: “What Shall I Do Then with Jesus Which Is Called Christ?”President Gordon B. HinckleyTestimonies of the Book of MormonB. H. Roberts after Fifty Years: Still Witnessing for the Book of MormonTruman G. Madsen“And When Ye Shall Receive These Things …”Truly the Word of God Tammy Lavena TobinAn Answer Like a Splash of Fire Erika Harder“That Book Is True” Reed NelsonUnderstanding Textual Changes in the Book of MormonGeorge HortonThe Coming Forth of the Book of Mormon“Christkindchen”P. K. EdmundsThe GiftElaine Reiser AlderTwenty Ways to Make a Good Marriage GreatRichard W. LinfordRegular FeaturesI Have a QuestionDean B. CleverlyTom RoseMormon JournalOn a Christmas Errand Lila M. SeloverCarols in Colombia Kay Lynn WakefieldWind-up Monkeys for Christmas Richard H. NelsonOne Shiny Dime and Three Pennies Cheryl KellerAnonymous Gifts Valda P. HoennickeRandom SamplerNews of the ChurchOn the cover: “Behold Your Little Ones,” by David Lindsley, 72″ by 53″, oil on canvas, 1983.Inside front cover: Translation of the Book of Mormon, by Gary Smith, 18″ by 24″, oil on canvas, 1982. This painting depicts Joseph Smith, Jr., and Oliver Cowdery in the Peter Whitmer home in 1829. Working by light from the window, the Prophet dictates the translation while Oliver records it, the blanket providing Joseph with isolation. “These were days never to be forgotten,” Oliver later wrote, “to sit under the sound of a voice dictated by the inspiration of heaven awakened the utmost gratitude of this bosom! Day after day I continued, uninterrupted, to write from his mouth, as he translated with the Urim and Thummim.” (Messenger and Advocate, vol. 1 (October 1834), pp. 14–16.)Inside back cover: Life-sized bronze bust of the Prophet Joseph Smith, by Dee Jay Bawden, 1981. Located in the Museum of Church History and Art.