“Contents,” Ensign, Apr. 1991, 1EnsignApril 1991Volume 21 Number 4ContentsSpecial FeaturesFirst Presidency Message: Jesus Christ: Our Savior, Our GodPresident Ezra Taft BensonResurrectionRobert J. MatthewsJesus and the TempleD. Kelly OgdenHonorably ReleasedElder John H. GrobergBehind the Wall: The Church in Eastern Germany (Part 1: Saints In Isolation, 1945–1989)Garold and Norma DavisMy Odyssey of FaithLaurence H. KeimStill Bearing FruitRuth Harris SwanerSingles Programs—What Makes Them Work?Elizabeth VanDenBergheWe Are All EnlistedLaura Taylor LongFilling Your “Empty Bucket”Shirleen MeekNot of My Blood but of My HeartKaren B. ThompsonDate Night—at HomeEmily C. OrgillThe Pinewood Paddle MassacreLanie J. McMullinRegular FeaturesPoetryOffering Margaret Brown JorgensenLet Us Not Wait Audrey MegerianPrayer Virginia Maughan KammeyerI Have a QuestionWhy the Jews of Christ’s day didn’t recognize him Richard Neitzel HolzapfelSupporting missionaries throughout the world Udell E. PoulsenMormon JournalFinding Grandma Toth Patricia T. BartonGrandpa Quits Smoking Kelly MechamLetting Daddy Go Patricia R. Roper“I Followed You” Rita W. HappyThe Doll Lady Julie Davis NelsonThe Visiting Teacher: Our Divine WorthPortraitsPeter Lassig: Gardens to the Lord Dora D. FlackIrene Williams: Setting Herself Free Shelley L. McMurdieRandom SamplerHeritage Home EveningsPeak-and-Valley Money Management“Shh, Be Still”Sharing“We Owe It to Sister Brown”We Shared a Wonderful MomentThe Red SweaterNews of the ChurchOn the cover: Christ Raising the Daughter of Jairus, by Greg K. Olsen, 22″ by 34″, oil, 1990.Inside front cover: After Much Contemplation, by Al Rounds, 22 1/2″ by 30 1/2″, watercolor, 1989. Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Al Rounds. Heeding the counsel in James 1:5 to “ask of God,” young Joseph Smith received his answer in the First Vision. “I had now got my mind satisfied. … I had found the testimony of James to be true—that a man who lacked wisdom might ask of God, and obtain, and not be upbraided.” (JS—H 1:26.)Inside back cover: The Organization of the Church—April 6, 1830, by Robert T. Barrett, 36″ by 44″, oil, 1989. The original hangs in the Carthage Jail Visitors’ Center. On 6 April 1830, the Church was organized by the Prophet Joseph Smith at the home of Peter Whitmer, Sr., in Fayette, New York. Among those present were Oliver Cowdery, Hyrum Smith, Peter Whitmer, Jr., David Whitmer, and Samuel H. Smith.