“Contents,” Ensign, Apr. 2004, 1EnsignApril 2004Volume 34, Number 4ContentsFirst Presidency Message: To Receive a Crown of GloryPresident James E. FaustBroken Windows, Broken HeartsElder Yoshihiko KikuchiBook of Mormon Principles: King Benjamin on the AtonementSydney S. ReynoldsPriesthood RestoredGospel Classics: The Keys of the KingdomPresident Wilford WoodruffWaiting Patiently on the LordSusan WaldripHosanna! Hosanna! to God and the LambThe Precious PromiseElder Neal A. MaxwellBook of Mormon Principles: Spiritually Born of GodElder Aleksandr N. ManzhosMy Quest to ForgiveName WithheldLessons on HealingElaine S. MarshallHelping Marriage Survive Unemployment: Seven PrinciplesName WithheldLatter-day Saint VoicesVisiting Teaching Message: Feeling the Love of the Lord through RepentanceRandom SamplerNews of the ChurchMaking the Most of This IssueCover: Christ and Mary at the Tomb, by Joseph BrickeyInside front cover: Bless Them in His Name, by Walter Rane. Babies are given a priesthood blessing for the special purpose of having their name conferred upon them. Then the Melchizedek Priesthood holder giving the blessing bestows promises as directed by the spiritual impressions he receives.Inside back cover: A Test of Faith and Ice, by Larry Winborg. In February 1846 a snowstorm in Nauvoo was followed by falling temperatures that, in a rare occurrence, left the Mississippi River frozen over. Though Latter-day Saints had been crossing by ferry, hundreds now hastened to cross the wide river while it was frozen.