“Contents,” Liahona, July 2005LiahonaJuly 2005Volume 29, Number 7ContentsFor AdultsUsing the LiahonaFirst Presidency Message: He Healeth the Broken in HeartPresident James E. FaustA Discussion on Scripture Study: An Interview with Elder Henry B. EyringThe Body, a Sacred GiftDiane L. SpanglerVisiting Teaching Message: Rejoice in Missionary WorkMessages from the Doctrine and Covenants: Why Adversity?Elder D. Allen AndersenStrengthening the Family: A Solemn Responsibility to Love and CareThe Presiding BishopricBishop Keith B. McMullinLatter-day Saint VoicesHow Could We Go to the Temple?Marina TimofeevaWe Had No FoodAdam N. Ah QuinA Symbol of His LoveFreddy W. CarreñoMy Wallet Was GoneHéctor Castellanos TurciosCommentNews of the ChurchFor YouthPoster: Develop a Good AttitudeIf You ListenElder Lindsay T. DilIdea List: Choose the Right … MediaThe Hope of a MissionaryTafadzwa TanjaniRescued at CampMaría Espinoza AlvealInstant MessagesTyphoons and TrialsPercival TommyI Am Not AshamedLuis Ubaldo Padilla OrtizYoung Pioneers in MalaysiaHenry and JeNeal CallDid You Know?The Friend: For ChildrenCome Listen to a Prophet’s Voice: Set upon a HillPresident Gordon B. HinckleySharing Time: I Can Repent and Be BaptizedMargaret LifferthFrom the Life of President David O. McKay: Standing Up to a BullyFriend to Friend: Answered PrayersElder Gerald N. Lund and Melvin LeavittLogan’s BaptismJane McBride ChoateTrying to Be like Jesus: A Second MileBarbara HopfJonah RepentsThe Skipper’s SonLisa FerneliusOn the cover: Front: Photograph by Craig Dimond. Back: Photography by Welden C. Andersen and Robert Casey.Inside back cover: The McKay Farmhouse, Huntsville, Utah, by Cynthia M. McKay. David O. McKay (1873–1970), ninth President of the Church, was born and reared in this home in Huntsville, located in a picturesque valley in the mountains near Ogden, Utah. On this farm, young David learned to work hard as he helped with the crops and farm animals. The artist, who is the wife of David O. McKay’s grandson Robert, featured President McKay’s large horse Sonny Boy on the right.