“Contents,” Tambuli, May 1991TambuliMay 1991Volume 15, Number 5Inside back cover: “Sermon on the Mount,” by Carl Heinrich Bloch. “And seeing the multitudes, [Jesus] went up into a mountain: and when he was set, his disciples came unto him: And he opened his mouth, and taught them” (Matt. 5:1–2). (Original at the chapel of Frederiksborg Castle, Denmark. Used by permission of the Frederiksborgmuseum.)ContentsFeaturesFirst Presidency Message: The Sacred Law of TithingPresident Gordon B. HinckleyWith My Own EyesPamela J. TaylorDominican SaintsElizabeth and Jed VanDenBerghePositive DisciplineMarilyn WhitakerThe Life of Christ, Part IIPaintings by Carl Heinrich BlochMy Father and My Temple RecommendElder L. Tom PerryEspecially for Youth“Be Honest like Julius”Julius B. CaesarQuestions and AnswersYou Know in Your HeartShirley PullenGood by AssociationChris CroweDepartmentsCommentHandbook for Families: How to Help Our Children Gain a TestimonyVisiting Teaching Message: Our Divine WorthTambulilitJoseph SmithKellene RicksFiction: May QueenBarbara WellsSong: The Holy GhostJeanne P. LawlerExploring: My Friends, the HmongJennifer Brass Jenkins, with Sandy Brass JenkinsSharing Time: Build upon My RockLaurel RohlfingFriend to FriendKellene Ricks and President Howard W. HunterMaking Friends: Satu Merenluoto of Turku, FinlandLawrence CumminsOn the cover: Elsa María Tolentino of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic Santiago Mission, one of the native missionaries who comprise 40 percent of the missionary force in the Dominican Republic. See “Dominican Saints,” page 10.Back cover: Héctor Antonio and Benita Liberato, baptized in 1983 in Santo Domingo, represent the early “pioneers” of the Church in the Dominican Republic. Bottom: César Lozano, a Cuban native, and his wife, Lillian, joined the Church in 1989 in Santiago, Dominican Republic, because the members “were so good to each other.” See “Dominican Saints,” page 10.