“Contents,” Ensign, Aug. 1999, 1EnsignAugust 1999Volume 29 Number 8ContentsFirst Presidency Message: Lost HorizonsPresident James E. Faust“Judge Not” and JudgingElder Dallin H. OaksSunday School: Oil for Our LampsElder Harold G. HillamMy Route to SafetyJennifer MacKenzie QuistPaul: Untiring Witness of ChristDavid Rolph Seely and Jo Ann H. SeelyA Widow’s PrayerBlanche M. HollingsworthFinding Peace in the Tops of the MountainsPaul H. PetersonImages of an Era: Finding PeaceA Look at the Church: 1844–1898From Denmark to ZionLaRene Porter GauntPoetryThe Visiting Teacher: With a Grateful HeartA Home of Our OwnLaurel Young Stoddard“Welcome to the Ward”Rebecca M. TaylorMormon JournalThe Record Box Diane LaMae CraigI Set My Sights on the Temple Dahnelle H. OverlyFrom Addiction to Conversion Name WithheldDrive Off the Road—Now! Gaye Galt“Go Comfort Him” Todd DunnMy Grandmother’s Locket Ruth Harris SwanerI Have a QuestionWhy the witness of Christ and His mission is much clearer in the Book of Mormon than the Old TestamentKent P. JacksonPortraitsRandom SamplerPriesthood PerspectivesNews of the ChurchOn the covers: Front and back: Teach the Children of Men by the Power of My Spirit, by Greg K. Olsen, oil on canvas, 36″ x 66″, 1986.Inside front: Leaving Nauvoo, February 1846, by Glen S. Hopkinson, oil on canvas, 15″ x 30″, 1996. Courtesy of Chuck and Jennifer Adair. Looking west on Parley Street in Nauvoo, with a blacksmith shop (center) and Seventies Hall (left) in the background, this scene depicts pioneer preparations for the first group’s exodus to Iowa in February 1846.Inside back: Monnow River, by Frank Magleby, oil on panel, 36″ x 48″, 1994. This modern-day scene of Skenfrith, a village in eastern Wales, shows the Monnow River, where 19th-century Church converts were baptized.