“Contents,” Ensign, Feb. 2005, 1EnsignFebruary 2005Volume 35, Number 2ContentsFirst Presidency Message: To Truly SeePresident Thomas S. MonsonMessages from the Doctrine and Covenants: The Spirit of RevelationElder M. Gonzalo SepúlvedaAs the Dew from Heaven DistillingIn the Quiet of the MorningKaren CaldwellHope and Faith: A Discussion with Elder Joseph B. WirthlinLosing Barbara, Finding the LordClark C. BrudererStrengthening the Family: Our Progress toward PerfectionJennifer AdventuresLori RiesQuestions and Answers: How can I help my non-LDS family members understand my temple wedding?Seven Lessons on Sharing the GospelElder Clayton M. Christensen and Christine Quinn ChristensenThe Temple EffectDon L. SearleThe Road Back: Abandoning PornographyRory C. ReidGospel Classics: Satan, the Great DeceiverPresident Marion G. RomneyThe Teachers QuorumA Teacher in the PriesthoodPamela ReidFourteen Is YoungSharon Price AndersonMessages from the Doctrine and Covenants: The Priceless Gift of the PriesthoodElder William W. ParmleyVisiting Teaching Message: Rejoice in Our Knowledge of the GodheadLatter-day Saint VoicesRandom SamplerNews of the ChurchMaking the Most of This IssueCover: Photography by Craig Dimond, posed by models.Inside front cover: By Small Means, by Jeffrey H. Craven. May not be copied. In this baptismal scene, which has been painted as a small part of the larger landscape, the artist depicts a fulfillment of 1 Nephi 16:29, “that by small means the Lord can bring about great things.” Though small ripples rolled out from these early baptisms, in reality the results of these events brought about “great things” in the lives of Latter-day Saints worldwide.Inside back cover: Memory Grove, by Al Rounds. May not be copied. This view of the Salt Lake Temple in the early winter after its dedication on April 6, 1893, is from a peaceful area northeast of the temple near what is now known as Memory Grove.