“Contents,” Liahona, Mar. 2001LiahonaMarch 2001Volume 25, Number 3ContentsFeaturesCommentFirst Presidency Message: “Behold Your Little Ones”President Gordon B. HinckleyLatter-day Saint Voices: “Let the Consequence Follow”Sand TrapGary M. JohnsonIn the Palm of His HandEmma Ernestina Sánchez SánchezGiving Up My Graven ImageManuel J. RosarioVisiting Teaching Message: “That I May Heal You”A Latter-day Testament of Biblical TruthRex C. Reeve Jr.Japan: Growing Light in the EastDon L. SearleUsing the March 2001 LiahonaEspecially for YouthArm of HonorGordon SwensenDo What Is RightElder Richard G. ScottPoster: Make Yourself UsefulI Never Looked BackCameron McCoyThe FriendSharing Time: Heavenly Father Prepares the ProphetDiane S. NicholsFriend to FriendKellene Ricks Adams and Elder Duane B. GerrardFiction: Robby’s New WordsPatricia R. RoperTrying to Be Like Jesus: A Member MissionaryMonahra L. de Q. FreitasNew Testament StoriesThe Woman at the WellThe Leader’s SonAngry People in NazarethFun Page: Prophets and PropheciesLois T. BartholomewOn the cover: Front: Atsuko Yamashita, Young Women president in the Maebaru Ward, Fukuoka Japan Stake. Back: Historic Buddhist shrine Kinkaku-ji in Kyoto, Japan. (Photography by Don L. Searle.)Inside back cover: If Father Will Hold Me, by Liz Lemon Swindle. When the Prophet Joseph Smith was a young boy, a severe infection necessitated the removal of bone from his leg. The surgeon wanted to tie Joseph down to keep him still or at least to have him drink liquor to ease the pain. Joseph refused, saying he would be able to bear the pain if his father held him in his arms (see Lucy Mack Smith, History of Joseph Smith by His Mother, edited by Preston Nibley , 56–58).