“Contents,” Ensign, July 2005, 1EnsignJuly 2005Volume 35, Number 7ContentsFirst Presidency Message: He Healeth the Broken in HeartPresident James E. FaustMessages from the Doctrine and Covenants: Why Adversity?Elder D. Allen AndersenMessages from the Doctrine and Covenants: Growth through SetbacksElder James M. DunnThe Body, a Sacred GiftDiane L. SpanglerThree Green Beans and MeRosemarie DeppeA Discussion on Scripture Study: An Interview with Elder Henry B. EyringLatter-day Prophets Speak: Scripture StudyPlease Show Me My WeaknessLavonda R. JohnsonBelieve All ThingsElder Robert C. OaksBathsheba W. Smith: Witness to HistoryLaRene Porter GauntLeaving Nauvoo the BeautifulThe Presiding BishopricBishop Keith B. McMullinThe Ensign Opened Their DoorMax Stanley ChartrandThe Quest for JoyBarbara WorkmanVisiting Teaching Message: Rejoice in Missionary WorkLatter-day Saint VoicesGrowing as a StepfamilyBarbara Jones BrownStrengthening the Family: A Solemn Responsibility to Love and CareThe Power of the HymnsRandom SamplerNews of the ChurchMaking the Most of This IssueOn the cover: Front: Photograph by Craig Dimond. Back: Photography by Welden C. Andersen and Robert Casey.Inside front cover: Heber C. Kimball Home in Nauvoo, 1845, by Al Rounds. May not be copied. Zina Young wrote of this time in Nauvoo: “The Church is in prosperous circumstances for there appears to be the most union that has ever been. … The temple prospers” (Diary, Mar. 10, 1845, Archives of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; spelling standardized).Inside back cover: The McKay Farmhouse, Huntsville, Utah, by Cynthia M. McKay. May not be copied. David O. McKay (1873–1970), ninth President of the Church, was born and reared in this home in Huntsville, located in a picturesque valley in the mountains near Ogden, Utah. On this farm, young David learned to work hard as he helped with the crops and farm animals. The artist, who is the wife of David O. McKay’s grandson Robert, featured President McKay’s large horse Sonny Boy on the right.