“Contents,” New Era, Dec. 1992New EraDecember 1992Volume 22, Number 12ContentsThe Message: Peace on EarthElder Robert E. WellsTrue peace, for nations and individuals, comes through Christ.Mormonad: My Peace I Give unto YouHow I Know: What If?Lisa H. FerneliusMy doubts began to disappear when the Lord helped me remember who I am.In Tune: In a StableKenneth JonesLate, Great ChristmasJimmy KairiMy father never gave me anything for Christmas until he joined the Church.Scripture Lifeline: The Pink GiftAnnette Mecham MikatI was jealous of my sister’s gifts until I realized what God had given me.Q&A: Questions and AnswersMy parents say I’m too young to be in love, but I know how I feel. Why won’t anybody believe that what I feel is real?MormonismsFar, Far Away: Missionary Christmas StoriesMissionaries all over the world share their Christmas experiences.The Gift I Left BehindSandra Stallings JenkinsA poor Bolivian girl gave her a priceless gift.The Finish LineJanet ThomasMichael Higgins of Coos Bay, Oregon, is an example of how to stay on the track to success.FYI: For Your InfoHe Carried MeJoseph Smith’s cousin recalls examples of his love and concern.Fiction: StarTeresa BatemanA noisy LDS family loves its way into the heart of a cranky downstairs neighbor.The 1992 New Era IndexPoem: The Lamb of HopeGiles H. Florence, Jr.Photo of the MonthDon O. ThorpeCover: “Behold the Lamb of God, yea, even the Son of the Eternal Father” (1 Ne. 11:21).Cover credits: (Front) Detail from Christ and the Samaritan Woman, by Anton Dorph. (Back) Detail from Flight into Egypt, by Carl Bloch. Original at the chapel of Frederiksborg Castle, Denmark. Used by the permission of the Frederiksborgmuseum.