“Contents,” Ensign, Jan. 2004, 1EnsignJanuary 2004Volume 34, Number 1ContentsFirst Presidency Message: The Keystone of Our ReligionPresident James E. FaustTestimonies of the Book of MormonPower in PrinciplesTodd B. Parker and Jared T. ParkerBook of Mormon Times at a Glance, Chart 1: Ether and 1 Nephi through MosiahBook of Mormon Principles: Favored of the LordElder Carlos C. RevilloBook of Mormon Principles: The Sweet Fruits of ObedienceElder Steven E. SnowToo Young to Be a WidowKareen Landsem HarrisonSingles and the Proclamation on the FamilyCynthia DoxeyThe Perpetual Education Fund: A Bright Ray of HopeElder John K. Carmack“I Beheld a Tree”Joy in the JourneyS. Michael WilcoxThe Fallen SparrowRobert K. McIntoshHeber J. Grant: A Prophet for Hard TimesSherrie Mills JohnsonThe Gospel and the Single ParentVisiting Teaching Message: Feeling the Love of the Lord Daily in Our LivesRandom SamplerLatter-day Saint VoicesNews of the ChurchMaking the Most of This IssueCover: The Light of His Countenance Did Shine upon Them, by Gary L. Kapp.Inside front cover: They Did Treat Me with Much Harshness, by Walter Rane. On the ship journeying to the promised land, Laman and Lemuel became angry with Nephi, saying, “We will not that our younger brother shall be a ruler over us.” Nephi records, “Laman and Lemuel did take me and bind me with cords, and they did treat me with much harshness” (1 Ne. 18:10–11).Inside back cover: Las Vegas Temple, by Mitch Johnson. Temples are places where Latter-day Saints worship so that in due time they may come to the Father and receive of His fulness (see D&C 93:19). The building of temples in our day is the fulfillment of the ancient prophecy that “in the last days … the Lord’s house shall be established … and all nations shall flow unto it” (Isa. 2:2).