“Contents,” Ensign, Mar. 1994, 1EnsignMarch 1994Volume 24 Number 3ContentsFirst Presidency Message: Joseph Smith: Prophet to Our GenerationPresident Ezra Taft BensonTen Commandments Series: Honoring His Holy NameRobert L. MilletBe Ready for the CallElder L. Aldin PorterThe Peach Tree LessonMary H. MarbleHelping Children Hear the Still, Small VoiceC. Terry and Susan L. WarnerHow to Sustain Your BishopAnnette Paxman BowenThe Thankful HeartCarolyn WrightGlimpses of My GrandpaBruce CrandallA Fiery TrialTerry Earl, as told to Dora D. FlackThe Gift of WordsLaRene GauntSistersDiane BjarnsonThe Visiting Teacher: The Gift of the Holy GhostPioneers in ParaguayMarvin K. Gardner“Lead Me, Guide Me”: Dealing with Children with Behavior DisordersJan U. PinboroughI Have a QuestionAcquiring spiritual gifts Arthur R. BassettHelping children enjoy the Primary nursery Shirley CallLehi’s authority to offer sacrifices Paul Y. HoskissonMormon JournalAccepting His Will Lynette MossMy Missionary Haircut Kaye RomingerBlessed by an Unwanted Calling James R. OsborneWords of Comfort, Words of HopeWinning the Prize Erma SeversonSpeaking Today: “Another Testament of Jesus Christ”Elder Dallin H. OaksPortraitsRandom SamplerNews of the ChurchOn the cover: Front photo by Stephen Marks/FPG International; back photo by Steve Bunderson.Inside front cover: Mary Anoints the Feet of Christ, by Robert T. Barrett, oil on canvas, 22″ x 28″, 1990. “Then took Mary a pound of ointment of spikenard, very costly, and anointed the feet of Jesus, and wiped his feet with her hair: and the house was filled with the odour of the ointment. Then saith one of his disciples, Judas Iscariot, Simon’s son, which should betray him, Why was not this ointment sold for three hundred pence, and given to the poor? … Then said Jesus, Let her alone: against the day of my burying hath she kept this” (John 12:3–5, 7).Inside back cover: Cove Fort, by Ken B. Baxter, oil on linen, 24″ x 36″, 1988. Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Ford Thomas Rose. Built by the Church in 1867 when Utah was a U.S. territory, Cove Fort was a pioneer wilderness outpost located in south central Utah. The 100-by-100-foot walled structure is the only one of the Church pioneer forts that still stands in its entirety. The fort has been restored and is now open to visitors.