“Contents,” Liahona, Sept. 2007, inside front cover–1LiahonaSeptember 2007Volume 31, Number 9ContentsFor Adults1Family Home Evening Ideas2First Presidency Message: Inspirational ThoughtsPresident Gordon B. Hinckley16Seek Learning by FaithElder David A. Bednar25Visiting Teaching Message: Become an Instrument in the Hands of God by Being of One Heart and One Mind26My Conversion to Eternal MarriageJames Welch34Renovating the Tabernacle44Latter-day Saint VoicesBrother John’s Fast OfferingGreg BurgoyneLemonade and a Loaf of BreadAnabela De LeónYou’ll Take Good Care of MeElaine PearsonThe Gift I Can’t RememberGary R. Wangsgard48CommentN1News of the ChurchFor Youth7Poster: How Firm Is Your Foundation?8Gospel Classics: Ordinary Men, Extraordinary CallingsElder Bruce R. McConkie12Pulling TogetherAdam C. Olson30Instant MessagesThe Night of the TestLehi L. CruzRecognizing the SaviorJade Swartzberg32If a Bug Flies into Your MouthAaron L. West39Fast EnoughRiley M. Lorimer40For a Burnt OfferingJoseph Ray Brillantes43Did You Know?The Friend: For ChildrenF2Come Listen to a Prophet’s Voice: Sacred GroundPresident Thomas S. MonsonF4Sharing Time: The Master ServedElizabeth RicksF6From the Life of President Spencer W. Kimball: A Simple Act of ServiceF8For Little Friends: Doing Good on the Sabbath DayJulie WardellF10Friend to Friend: A Truckload of SaintsElder Benjamín De HoyosF12Miles and Miles of SmilesRay GoldrupF15Temple CardsF16Coloring PageOn the cover: Front: Photograph by A. Angle. Back: Photograph by John Luke.Inside back cover: Photograph of Temple Square, about 1870, by C. R. Savage. The Tabernacle with its domed roof overlooks the foundation of the Salt Lake Temple. Still under construction in this photograph, the Tabernacle was one of the largest buildings of its kind in the world—150 feet (46 m) wide, 250 feet (76 m) long, and 80 feet (24 m) high. On the left stands the old adobe tabernacle, which had been in use since its dedication on May 21, 1851.