“Contents,” Ensign, Apr. 1993, 1EnsignApril 1993Volume 23 Number 4ContentsSpecial FeaturesFirst Presidency Message: “Because I Live, Ye Shall Live Also”President Ezra Taft BensonThe Power of RenewalDarin CozzensThe Importance of the Temple for Living MembersElder Dean L. LarsenThe Grapefruit SyndromeLola B. WaltersThe Forgiving HeartRoderick J. LintonPraying Nathan HomeSuellen Smith JohnsonThe Purpose of LifeR. Val JohnsonNew Testament Word StudiesJohn W. WelchFujiya Nara: Twice a PioneerYukiko KonnoOne VoiceLaRene GauntAlone with GodDouglas F. ToblerThe Yard SaleGale SearsRegular FeaturesI Have QuestionFamily Emergency Preparedness John H. CoxAddressing Church Members Appropriately Beverly B. CampbellWhy Years are Reckoned from the Birth of Jesus Christ John P. PrattMormon JournalA Handful of Rice Richard C. Peacock“I Can’t Do It” David De FordHadn’t I Given Enough? RuthAnn HogueI Saw My Eternal Family Margie L. FeldmanGospel Explorer Alan CounsellThe Blackness and the Moon Frank OutceltRandom SamplerSunday BoxMy Turn to SupportTips for Mothering MomThe Visiting Teacher: Compassion: Feeling and ActingSpeaking Today: The Inexhaustible GospelElder Neal A. MaxwellNews of the ChurchOn the cover: Photography by David and LaRene Gaunt.Inside front cover: Jesus Appearing to the Five Hundred, by Grant Romney Clawson, oil on canvas, 8′ x 10.5′, 1978.Inside back cover: Liberty Jail, Liberty, Missouri, photographer unknown. Photo taken in 1905. Courtesy of Library-Archives, Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Independence, Missouri. Joseph Smith and several companions were imprisoned in the Liberty Jail on 29 November 1838. In this small fourteen-foot-square building with only one window, one foot by two feet in size, the Prophet spent more than five months. In the midst of these dismal conditions, the Prophet received the eloquent and comforting revelations known now as sections 121 and 122 in the Doctrine and Covenants.