“Contents,” Liahona, Apr. 1997 Liahona April 1997 Volume 21, Number 4 Contents Features First Presidency Message: The Victory over DeathPresident Gordon B. Hinckley “Oh, How Lovely Was the Morning!”: Joseph Smith’s First Prayer and the First VisionElder Carlos E. Asay “God Be with You …”DeAnne Walker Indomitable Mary AnnRex G. Jensen Winds of Gospel Change Reach Cape VerdeAndrew Clark Beauty for Ashes: The Atonement of Jesus ChristElder Bruce C. Hafen Especially for Youth Healing Spiritual WoundsJeanette Waite Bennett Blueprint for a Successful TalkDarrin Lythgoe The Temple Marriage I Waited ForPatricia E. McInnis Sharing the Book of MormonVictor Camargo The Journey HomeJennifer Gantt Absher Departments Comment Visiting Teaching Message: Recognizing Truth The Friend Jesus Christ Teaches about the Sacrament and Prayer Fiction: Secret WeekJennifer Jensen Peace in ObedienceElder Rex D. Pinegar Easter StoryMarita Schugk Sharing Time: Repentance—Turning from Wrong to RightKaren Ashton Fun Page Making Friends: Dan Ball of JerusalemJamie Macomber For Little FriendsFeelings Pat Graham On the front cover: Ecce Homo (Behold the Man!), by 19th-century Italian artist Antonio Ciseri; Alinari/Art Resource, New York. This scene depicts the moment when Pilate, the Roman procurator in Judea, presented the scourged Jesus to the people for their final judgment. (See President Gordon B. Hinckley’s message, “The Victory over Death,” page 2.) Back cover: [photo] Upper left: Photograph by Matt Reier. [illustrations]Upper right: Detail from Christ in Gethsemane, by Heinrich Hofmann. Lower left: Detail from The Crucifixion, by Carl Heinrich Bloch. Original at the Chapel of Frederiksborg Castle, Denmark. Used by permission of the Frederiksborgmuseum. Lower right: That Ye May Know, by Gary Kapp.