“Contents,” New Era, June 1995 New Era June 1995 Volume 25, Number 6 Contents Special Issue: The Scriptures—Written for You The Message: Feasting on the ScripturesPresident Gordon B. HinckleyThe prophet bears witness of his great love for the scriptures. Mormonad: Be Prepared In Tune: Hear and Hearken Gerald N. and Lynn S. Lund How I Know: I Knew NephiIain SaundersMoroni’s promise was fulfilled with surprising power after my patient search. The ExperimentHeidi HarrisMy busy schedule was easier to handle when I took time for the scriptures. Q&A: Questions and AnswersI’ve been studying the Book of Mormon, but the Bible seems boring. Should I read and study the Bible just as much as the Book of Mormon? Trick QuestionEsther SwainReading the Bible brought me much more than just extra credit in English class. Not the Voice of ManElder M. Russell BallardThose powerful revelations came from God, not from the man Joseph Smith. Why Me?Clint JensenReading the Book of Mormon together as a family brings great blessings. Joseph, Son of JosephJ. Todd Martin and Lisa A. JohnsonFor this Hungarian family, one particular scripture seemed to leap off the page. Heaven on EarthAll nature bears witness of God. Daily AllowanceBrandon M. LawI substituted the scriptures for a cereal box and fed my spirit. A Guide for Your LifeLDS youth everywhere are putting the scriptures to work in their lives. Fiction: The Books of DanielDouglas L. CobabeBy the time Alicia was through with them, Danny’s book was beat up but Danny was in great shape. Mormonisms My MiracleRebecca RoseMy patriarchal blessing revealed that Heavenly Father really knows me. FYI: For Your Info Scripture Lifeline: Quiet!Thomas YeckleyPrayer brought the peace I needed to concentrate and feel the spirit of the scriptures. Letters from DadMaria McKayLike letters from home, the scriptures are personal messages from my Heavenly Father. True or FalseElder Jeffrey R. HollandHow everything hinges on the truthfulness of Joseph Smith and the Book of Mormon. Poem: I Hold His BookJulie Batty Front cover photography: Craig Dimond.