“Contents,” Ensign, Apr. 1999, 1EnsignApril 1999 Volume 29 Number 4ContentsFirst Presidency Message: The Price of DiscipleshipPresident James E. FaustPoetry“I Am He”Jonathan H. StephensonThe Third CommandmentEster RasbandWhy Baptism Is Not EnoughElder David E. SorensenThe Wrong Room at the Right TimeBrenda Harker“Anxious to Bless the Whole Human Race”Neil K. NewellSpain: Exploring Horizons of FaithDon L. Searle“I’ll Go Where You Want Me to Go”How Captain Moroni Helped My MarriageMichelle H. BagleyI Have to Forgive Him?Name WithheldTrain Up a ChildJohn W. and Marjorie E. HaslerI Have a QuestionHow to determine relationships between distant cousinsElizabeth L. NicholsWhat it means to be the “salt of the earth”LeGrand L. BakerRandom SamplerMormon JournalMore Blessings Than I Could ReceiveLee HillThe Note That Changed MeKenichiro Kimura, as told to Kiyoshi SakaiWhy Call Julie?Ruth Harris SwanerCould I Cope with My Children?Name WithheldComfort across the MilesBeth DayleyGo Back to the BeginningMable JensenReawakening My Father’s TestimonyAshley J. HallPortraitsThe Visiting Teacher: Teaching Family Members Righteous PrinciplesLatter-day Counsel: Excerpts from Recent Addresses of President Gordon B. HinckleyAuxiliary PerspectivesNews of the ChurchOn the covers: Front: Our Savior, by David Lindsley, oil on canvas, 24″ x 30″, 1998. Back: Jesus Goes Out to Bethany, by James Tissot (1836–1902), gouache on paper board, 7′ x 11′. Original art at the Brooklyn Museum.Inside front: Lands of the Dead, by R. Todd Stilson, oil on panel, 15″ x 11″, 1995. Courtesy of Museum of Church History and Art. As in mortality, so is it beyond the veil, for as President Joseph F. Smith recorded, messengers in the spirit world are “clothed with power and authority, and commissioned … to go forth and carry the light of the gospel to them that [are] in darkness, even to all the spirits of men; and thus [is] the gospel preached to the dead” (D&C 138:30).Inside back: Missouri Burning, by Glen S. Hopkinson, oil on canvas, 40″ x 30″, 1998. This painting depicts events that occurred on 20 July 1833 in Independence, Missouri. Mobbers set fire to the Church’s printing establishment, which was home to W. W. Phelps, and later that day beat, tarred, and feathered Bishop Edward Partridge and Church member Charles Allen. Today, more than 165 years later, Church members and Missouri citizens enjoy impressive friendship and understanding.