“Contents,” Liahona, Mar. 1997LiahonaMarch 1997Volume 21, Number 3ContentsFeaturesFirst Presidency Message: The Importance of Bearing TestimonyPresident James E. FaustBrigham Young: Fire in His BonesRonald K. EsplinIn an Ocean of NoiseJens Jensen and Paul ConnersStill Enough to ListenA Dream Come True in Hong KongKellene Ricks AdamsI Spoke Out for FaithNina Bazarskaya as told to Valerie ParkerEspecially for Youth“Every Nation … Shall Be Blessed”On Top of the WorldWillie Holdman as told to Richard M. RomneyOn Wings of FaithViki A. GrobergNot the Voice of ManElder M. Russell BallardDepartmentsCommentWords of the Living ProphetVisiting Teaching Message: Believing and EnduringMormon Message: Just Once Will HurtThe FriendPray OftenPatricia P. PinegarFiction: Harold’s ListDiane L. MangumSharing Time: My Choices Have ConsequencesKaren AshtonFor Little FriendsChoose the Right Corliss ClaytonTo Be a PioneerRuth Muir Gardner, arranged by Vanja Y. WatkinsExploring: A Gathering of SaintsSherrie JohnsonOn the cover: Ricky and Celia Wong of the Hong Kong Tolo Harbor Stake, with their children (from left) Ngai-lam, Hei-lam, and Ho-yan, and Celia’s mother, Keung Sin Suk-oi. (Front and back cover photography by Craig Dimond, except as noted.)Back cover: The Church has changed much in Hong Kong since the first missionaries arrived in 1853. One of the most significant changes has come with the 1996 dedication of the Hong Kong Temple. See “A Dream Come True in Hong Kong,” page 34.Left: Hong Kong Temple. Other photographs (from top): Bishop Edward Ho, Tai Po Ward, Hong Kong Tolo Harbor Stake; Lo Chi Shing and his wife, Lo Tong Kwok Wan, Hong Kong’s first family history missionaries (photograph by Kellene Ricks Adams); Lee Chan Yuk-fung, Shun Lee Ward, Hong Kong Kowloon West Stake, and her children, Sze-hang and Sai-Hang; seminary student Tsang Kin-kwok, Kwai Chung First Ward, Hong Kong Kowloon West Stake.Inside front cover: Photograph by Floyd HoldmanInside back cover: Joseph Smith in Liberty Jail, by Greg K. Olsen. While unjustly imprisoned in the jail at Liberty, Missouri, during the winter of 1838–39, the Prophet Joseph received profound revelations that are now recorded as D&C 121, 122, and 123 [D&C 121–123].