“Contents,” Liahona, Aug. 2000LiahonaAugust 2000Volume 24, Number 8ContentsFeaturesCommentFirst Presidency Message: Inspirational ThoughtsPresident Gordon B. HinckleyPutting Off the Natural ManRobert L. Millet“I Saw Another Angel Fly”J. Michael HunterVisiting Teaching Message: Purity in Thought and DeedBolivia: A Bounty of BlessingsJudy C. OlsenLikening the Scriptures unto OurselvesGeorge A. Horton Jr.Especially for YouthTrue or FalseJustin HakansonHow to Be HappyElder Marlin K. JensenMormon Message: Is It Really Great?Latter-day Saint Voices: Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ“I Want an Eternal Family”Alfonso Castro Vázquez“Trust in the Lord with All Thine Heart”Humberto Eiti KawaiFaith in God Gave Me StrengthBryan Wu“I Believe in the Power of the Priesthood”Rodrigo Medeiros HonórioQuestions and Answers: How Can I Make Good Friends?An Honorable ReleaseArnold LemmonThe FriendFriend to FriendRebecca M. Taylor and Bishop Keith B. McMullinSharing Time: A Beautiful TapestryAnn JamisonFiction: Amanda Pratt, CTR SpyLori MortensenA Time to Stand TallBishop H. David BurtonTrying to Be Like Jesus: A Haven of PeaceBarbara Jean JonesNew Testament StoriesJesus Christ Is BornPresentation at the TempleOn the cover: Front: Washington D.C. Temple Angel, by Avard Fairbanks; photograph © 1994 Mark Edward Atkinson. Back: Salt Lake Temple Angel, by Cyrus Dallin; photograph by Craig Dimond.Inside back cover: The Hill Cumorah Angel, by Torlief Knaphus (photograph by Christine T. Cox); [illustration] Background: Moroni Monument, by Arnold Friberg. Torlief Knaphus was born in 1881 in Norway. He joined the Church in 1902, at age 21, and immigrated to the United States, where he created several sculptures for the Church. In 1934 the Church commissioned him to create a monument depicting the angel Moroni for the Hill Cumorah in New York. Erected in 1935, the 3.15-meter bronze statue sits atop a 59-tonne granite obelisk on the north crest of the Hill Cumorah.