“Contents,” Ensign, Oct. 1987, 1EnsignOctober 1987Volume 17 Number 10ContentsSpecial FeaturesFirst Presidency Message: There Must Be MessengersPresident Gordon B. HinckleySuicide: Some Things We Know, and Some We Do NotElder M. Russell BallardDiscovering Gospel Riches in PortugalDon L. SearleSeeking the Spirit in MarriageTerrance D. OlsonParable of the LilacsGeri WaltonMaking Nauvoo Beautiful Again: Just What the Doctor OrderedMarvin K. Gardner“One Thing Needful”: Becoming Women of Greater Faith in ChristPatricia T. HollandGregory J. Newell, United States Ambassador to Sweden: The Art of Family LifeKathleen Lubeck“Delivered by the Power of God”: The American Revolution and Nephi’s ProphecyJonathan A. DibbleJewish Religious Education in the Meridian of TimeStephen and Shirley Smith RicksRegular FeaturesMormon JournalOur Prayer Was Answered in the Want Ads Richard W. RustIsolated, But Not Alone Grace WrightA Smile Retrieved Florence Stewart SmithHandbook for Families: Teaching Children about Patriarchal BlessingsThe Visiting Teacher: Unmeasured Blessings and Sacred ResponsibilitiesI Have a QuestionEvidences of Joseph Smith’s First Vision Elder Joseph Fielding SmithSpeaking Today: Recent Events Involving Church History and Forged DocumentsElder Dallin H. OaksNews of the Church[photos] On the cover: Photography by Welden Anderson. Front cover: On Main Street in Nauvoo is the restored Print Shop, where the fourth edition of the Book of Mormon was printed. Superimposed photo: Inside the building, Bill and Linda Rattray, a missionary couple from Winnipeg, Manitoba, show visitors how the printing press worked. Elder Rattray is wearing glasses that belonged to editor John Taylor, who later became the third President of the Church. Back cover: Behind the Heber C. Kimball home, you’ll discover an old pump. The Snow-Ashby home, restored on the outside, is a residence for missionary couples.[illustration] Inside front cover: The Premortal Christ, by Robert T. Barrett, 21″ by 17″, oil on board, 1985.[illustration] Inside back cover: Joseph Making Himself Known to His Brothers, by Ted Henninger, 36″ by 24″, oil on canvas, 1981.