“Contents,” New Era, Apr. 1994New EraApril 1994Volume 24, Number 4ContentsThe Message: Think on ChristPresident Ezra Taft BensonFollowing in the Savior’s footsteps is the greatest achievement in life.How I Know: Centered on the SaviorHolly BosilSeminary has been my greatest help in learning of Christ.A Brother’s LoveDallas ScholesIn Steven’s valiant sacrifice, I saw the reflection of a far greater one.In Tune: Light of the WorldStacie Ann PerkinsScripture Lifeline: Saved from the SurfThomas J. EastmanI had to humble myself and reach for the outstretched hand.Puzzlement: Jesus’ Last DaysAnne Woodbury MooreHow familiar are you with the most important week in history?Q&A: Questions and AnswersIn my mind, I understand that Jesus is the Savior. But I would like to really feel it, not just know it. How can I do this?A Needed EraserCasey SullivanWe all make mistakes; here’s how to make them disappear.True BelieversElder Neal A. MaxwellWhat is a true disciple of Christ? Here are some clear examples.Bucket of TroublesLarry A. HillerA rock in your shoe is bad enough. I had a boulder in my backpack.Closer to HimDon O. ThorpeWe drew closer to the Savior in the Holy Land. You can do it anywhere.FYI: For Your InfoEveryday Heroes: “Find Out Who Did It”Lisa A. JohnsonSeriously injured, she wanted to comfort the one who did it.Fiction: Time to FlyCharles E. DavisI learned a valuable lesson from a flock of geese and a green missionary companion.Judgment DaysJanna KenisonSomeday I’ll stand before my own Shepherd. Will I have done all I can?Believing ChristStephen E. RobinsonTrue faith in the Savior is more than just believing in Him.Poem: AtonementMichelle Holgate LordFront cover: Christ in Gethsemane, Harry Anderson, artist. Copyright © Pacific Press Publishing Association; used by permission. Back cover: Look to Your Children, Minerva Teichert, artist.