“Contents,” Ensign, Jan. 1993, 1EnsignJanuary 1993Volume 23 Number 1ContentsSpecial FeaturesFirst Presidency Message: A Voice of WarningPresident Ezra Taft Benson“Thus Saith the Lord”Mary Ellen EdmundsAncient Gifts for a New DispensationGeorge A. Horton, Jr.“Thou Art Still Chosen”Keith W. PerkinsPrepared for the FulnessRoger R. KellerFoes Became His FriendsDuane C. KnowlesHouse of RevelationThe Times and Seasons of the Doctrine and Covenants Susan Easton Black, Milton V. Backman, Jr., Richard O. Cowan, and Larry C. PorterTo Hear or Not to HearDale S. Cox“I Sister, Too”Kellene Ricks AdamsUnlocking HeavenJoy Saunders LundbergA Heritage of StrengthNorman C. HillHope and HealingMaxine MurdockRegular FeaturesThe Visiting Teacher: Women of PurposeI Have a QuestionMeaning of divorce in Luke 16:18 and 3 Nephi 12:32 Jonathan M. ChamberlainHelping youth feel accepted Glenn JorgensonMormon JournalNo Time for the Prophet? Alice Ann Henderson“Mommy, the Prayer Didn’t Work!” Sheila JonesHe Watches Over Me Pamela MorrisOur Eight-Year-Old Missionary Judy Sprague, as told to Daryl Hoole“Go Back Home, Now!” Fran VetterRandom SamplerThe Book That Changed the Night“Happy History to You”Frugal Food StorageHome Teaching the Whole FamilyNews of the ChurchOn the cover: Front: Joseph Smith in Liberty Jail, by Greg K. Olsen, oil 30″ x 40″, 1990. Courtesy of Jack and Marie Lake. Back: The Forces of Light and Dark, by Warren Luch, linoleum cut, 24″ x 36″, 1991.Inside front cover: Ship to Zion, by Glen S. Hopkinson, oil on canvas, 30″ x 40″, 1990. Courtesy of Martin and Virginia Mitchell. Between 1840 and 1890, at least 85,000 LDS emigrants braved the treacherous oceans, facing the dangers of wind, wave, and disease.Inside back cover: Sacred Grove, Manchester, New York, by George Edward Anderson. Photo taken in 1908. George Edward Anderson—“Mormon bishop with a camera”—desired to photographically record sites of Church history. He received approval to do so while en route to England on a mission call. In the spring of 1907, 46-year-old Brother Anderson stepped into the locale of the Sacred Grove. He prayed for inspiration, and “when he saw the sun shining through the trees in a small clearing, he knew this was the right place.” His photograph is one of the classic images of Church historical photography.Title illustrations in this issue feature woodcuts by Bradley Teare and Warren Luch.