“Contents,” Ensign, Sept. 2005, 1EnsignSeptember 2005 Volume 35, Number 9ContentsFirst Presidency Message: The Profound Power of GratitudePresident Thomas S. MonsonMaster CarverJ. Devn CornishAfter the FireRebecca M. TaylorThe Twelve ApostlesPresident Boyd K. PackerMessages from the Doctrine and Covenants: He Speaks through His ProphetsElder David S. BaxterPreaching His GospelShanna Butler, Adam C. Olson, and Roger TerryLessons from a LayoffKelly A. PetersonFinding Jobs, Lifting LivesNeil K. NewellMessages from the Doctrine and Covenants: Thou Wilt Remember the PoorElder T. LaMar SleightPersonal ConsecrationElder Stephen B. Oveson and Dixie Randall OvesonVisiting Teaching Message: Rejoice in the Book of MormonDoctrine and Covenants Times at a Glance, Chart 3: Section 138 and Official Declarations 1 and 2Joy in the Book of MormonQuestions and Answers: How can I encourage healthy physical activity in my family?Strengthening the Family: Happiness in Family LifeTeaching the Gospel with PowerGlen M. RoylanceLatter-day Saint VoicesRandom SamplerNews of the ChurchMaking the Most of This IssueOn the cover: Photography by Matthew Reier, posed by models.Inside front cover: The Restoration of the Melchizedek Priesthood, by Minerva K. Teichert. On the banks of the Susquehanna River in the spring of 1829, Peter, James, and John conferred upon Joseph Smith Jr. and Oliver Cowdery the holy Melchizedek Priesthood and the keys of the apostleship (see D&C 27:12; D&C 128:20).Inside back cover: A Word of Wisdom Revealed, by Ken Corbett. May not be copied. The Prophet Joseph Smith received Doctrine and Covenants 89 during a meeting of the School of the Prophets on February 27, 1833, in Kirtland, Ohio. Known as the Word of Wisdom, this revelation came in response to the Prophet’s inquiry relating to the smoking and chewing of tobacco by the elders and in consideration of Emma Smith, who cleaned up the filthy floor.