“Contents,” Ensign, June 1992, 1EnsignJune 1992Volume 22 Number 6ContentsSpecial FeaturesFirst Presidency Message: “See Thou Tell No Man”President Thomas S. MonsonPutting Off the Natural Man:“An Enemy to God” Robert L. MilletHow to Be “Spiritually Born of God” David W. HellemIn Search of PeaceMarcella Huber GallacherMiracle at CumorahI Handed Him the Book of MormonErma W. StottIt’s a Date!Joy Saunders LundbergEcuadorDon L. SearleFrom Hand and HeartMarjorie Draper Conder“To Mourn with Those That Mourn”Kevin FitzwaterOne Sunday in WarsawDouglas F. ToblerWords a Mother Longs to HearAnnette Paxman BowenRegular FeaturesI Have a QuestionHow Joseph Smith’s environment influenced the theological developments of the Church Larry C. PorterThe LDS edition of the Bible and the Joseph Smith Translation Robert J. MatthewsLine upon Line: “I Could Remember My Pains No More” Craig A. CardonThe Visiting Teacher: Welcoming Young WomenMormon JournalA Spare Prayer LaVerd JohnSalinas Bloom Debbie PayneLost in the Fold Maurine Kinghorn MuglestonSpeaking Today: Celebrating WomanhoodMarie K. HafenPoetryPrivate Interpretation Dianne Dibb ForbisThis Organization Was Formed … Mildred BarthelOf Good ReportGiving New Meaning to Military “Service”LDS Dentists Reach OutGirls’ Camp “Pranks”PortraitsSound Man: M. Curtis Price Amy K. StewartSecond-Milers: Beth Sorensen and Joe Ann SmithLaugh Medicine: Kathy SummersIn the Lord’s Time: Joseph Sokia Shirleen Meek Saunders“I Am All Changed”: Mary Guluzian Eliza TannerRandom SamplerWhen the Lights Go Out … Threefold Family Home EveningTen Tips for Bigger and Better ChoirsVoices from Our PastNews of the ChurchOn the cover: Front: The Miracle of the Sea Gulls, by Marva E. Dalebout, quilt, 1990. “I cried unto the Lord with my voice, and he heard me.” (Ps. 3:4.) This design represents the preservation of the pioneers’ crops from the crickets by the miraculous appearance of the sea gulls. This quilt received an award of merit in the Second International Art Competition sponsored by the Museum of Church History and Art.Back: top, Joy in the Journey, by Carol Johnson, quilt, 1990; bottom, By Their Fruits Ye Shall Know Them, by Ruth Johnson, quilt, 1990. All quilts are from the Second International Art Competition, Museum of Church History and Art.Inside front cover: To All Worthy Male Members, by Emma Allebes, quilt, 1990. “[God] has heard our prayers, and by revelation has confirmed that the long-promised day has come when every faithful, worthy man in the church may receive the holy priesthood.” (Official Declaration—2.) This quilt, featuring right arms raised to the square, includes fabrics from Africa and Indonesia. Each hand is the traced outline of the hand of an actual person. The quilt is from the Second International Art Competition, Museum of Church History and Art.Inside back cover: The Last Supper, by Veda Andreasen, crocheted picture, 1989. “Jesus said … I am the bread of life: he that cometh to me shall never hunger; and he that believeth on me shall never thirst.” (John 6:35.) This crocheted replica of da Vinci’s The Last Supper was ten years in the making, and is from the Second International Art Competition, Museum of Church History and Art.