“Contents,” Ensign, Jan. 2000, 1EnsignJanuary 2000Volume 30 Number 1ContentsFirst Presidency Message: “Fear Not to Do Good”President Gordon B. Hinckley“I’ll Call You Again Next Sunday”Sara Brown NeilsonThe Book of Mormon on Christ’s Role as RedeemerRichard D. DraperThey Wrote to Us As If We Were PresentByron R. MerrillMounting Evidence for the Book of MormonDaniel C. PetersonThe Golden Plates and the Feast of TrumpetsLenet Hadley Read“I Saw Another Angel Fly”J. Michael HunterJoseph F. Smith: Following the Prince of PeaceJill Mulvay Derr and Heidi S. Swinton“Out of Obscurity and Out of Darkness”Bruce L. OlsenNew Tools to Help Us Teach BetterThe Marriage Balancing ActGary and Joy Lundberg“I Know It’s Hard, Mom”Chris GeilmanLatter-day Saint VoicesComfort from My Mother’s Journal Laura MackayForgiveness United Us Aurora Rojas de Álvarez“Please Clear the Way for Me” Angela B. Haight“And What Have You Learned?” Lael J. WoodburyI Had Shut Out the World Robert H. DunnePortraitsThe Visiting Teacher: “Walk with Me”Random SamplerNews of the Church[illustrations] On the covers: Front: Words That Cannot Be Written, by Gary L. Kapp, oil on canvas, 30″ x 40″, 1999. Courtesy of David Larsen. Back: Christ Appearing in the Western Hemisphere, by Arnold Friberg, oil on canvas, 43″ x 61″, ca. 1951.[illustration] Inside front: Abinadi: Because He Would Not Deny the Commandments of God, by Kenneth A. Corbett, oil on canvas, 18″ x 24″, 1990. Now Abinadi said unto King Noah, “I will not recall the words which I have spoken unto you concerning this people, for they are true.” And after testifying of the Lord Jesus Christ and crying repentance, Abinadi was bound, scourged, and suffered “death by fire; yea, having been put to death because he would not deny the commandments of God, having sealed the truth of his words by his death” (Mosiah 17:9, 20).[illustration] Inside back: Mount Timpanogos Utah Temple, by Larry C. Winborg, oil on linen, 30″ x 40″, 1998. Located at the foot of the Wasatch Mountain Range, the Mount Timpanogos Utah Temple in American Fork, Utah, became the 49th operating temple when it was dedicated on 13 October 1996 by President Gordon B. Hinckley.