“Contents,” Liahona, Aug. 2005LiahonaAugust 2005 Volume 29, Number 8ContentsFor AdultsUsing the LiahonaFirst Presidency Message: A Testimony Vibrant and TruePresident Gordon B. HinckleyA Consistent Prophetic CallStrengthening the Family: Within the Bonds of MatrimonyMessages from the Doctrine and Covenants: Family History Changed My LifeElder Carlos A. PérezI Found It!Fighting Internet FilthMario HipolVisiting Teaching Message: Rejoice in an Understanding of the Purpose of LifeThe Quorums of the SeventyElder Earl C. TingeyDoctrine and Covenants Times at a Glance, Chart 2: Sections 65–137Latter-day Saint VoicesUnexpected Marriage AdviceBart BensonI Felt Indescribable JoyHildo Rosillo FloresTwice SparedPamela M. MoodyCommentNews of the ChurchFor Youth599 BaptismsWilson Arley OcampoQuestions and Answers: Pornography Is Ruining My Life. What Can I Do?The Place to BeJanet ThomasPoster: Worth More Than Its Weight in GoldDid You Know?Time for Eternal ThingsAdam C. OlsonThe Friend: For ChildrenCome Listen to a Prophet’s Voice: The Canary with the Best SongPresident Thomas S. MonsonSharing Time: The Gift of the Holy GhostMargaret LifferthFrom the Life of President David O. McKay: Lessons from DandyFraming Jesus with LoveJane McBride ChoateThe Power to Baptize and ConfirmSpecial Witness: Getting to Know Elder M. Russell BallardFor Little Friends: Audrey Makes a FriendLurley NoeMaking Friends: Hans Nieto of Guayaquil, EcuadorMarvin K. GardnerOn the cover: Front: Painting by Jeffrey Hein. Back: Photography by Welden C. Andersen, Craig Dimond, and Don O. Thorpe.Inside back cover: Tell John I Died with My Face toward Zion, by Clark Kelley Price. May not be copied. James Steele shades the face of Mary Murray Murdoch, known lovingly as “Wee Granny.” Mary’s physical strength carried her only to Chimney Rock, Nebraska, but her spiritual strength was manifest in her request to have the Steeles tell her son John that she died facing Zion. That testimony still burns in the hearts of her posterity.