“Contents,” Ensign, Jan. 1999, 1EnsignJanuary 1999 Volume 29 Number 1ContentsFirst Presidency Message: That We Might Know TheePresident James E. FaustLiving a Christ-Centered LifeElder Merrill J. BatemanProphetic Enlightenment on the Sermon on the MountW. Jeffrey MarshLatter-day Clarity on Christ’s Life and TeachingsRay L. Huntington and Camille FronkLittle Children and the GospelElder Jay E. Jensen“Behold Your Little Ones”Honeymoon Marriage CounselorBrent A. FisherWalking in Newness of LifeJennifer L. Thwaites“It Never Was a Sacrifice”Ronald W. WalkerToo Busy to Help?Margie Reneer GeeWith Love, from Grandma BessName WithheldMormon Journal“It’s Too Late, Mommy”Louise R. HughesThe Pamphlet in the RainGamaliel Alcides VásquezGet Trudy to a DoctorJill PorterOur Unexpected Missionary HarvestLauren ParkerShould I Sacrifice My Dream?Steven E. GruenewaldPortraitsThe Visiting Teacher: The Gift Only He Could GiveRandom SamplerNews of the ChurchOn the cover: Front: The Light of the World, © 1998 Greg K. Olsen, oil on masonite, 20″ x 22″. Courtesy of the artist and Mill Pond Press, Inc. Back: Detail from Innocence, by Lynn Farrar, oil on masonite, 36″ x 48″, 1992.Inside front cover: Light of the World, by Derek J. Hegsted, oil on canvas masonite, 30″ x 24″, 1997. Depicted here in a quiet moment with Mary, the Christ child focuses on the light of the lamp, an image evoking Abinadi’s words about the Lord Jesus Christ: “He is the light and the life of the world; yea, a light that is endless, that can never be darkened” (Mosiah 16:9).Inside back cover: The Astonished Doctors, by Mathew C. Judd, oil on canvas, 32″ x 40″, 1998. Courtesy of Museum of Church History and Art. After searching for three days in Jerusalem following the Passover feast, Mary and Joseph found 12-year-old Jesus in the temple with the doctors, or teachers, who were amazed at His understanding and answers to their questions (see JST, Luke 2:46).