“Contents,” Tambuli, Mar. 1994TambuliMarch 1994Volume 18, Number 3ContentsFeaturesFirst Presidency Message: The Thing of Most WorthPresident Gordon B. HinckleyOpposition, Joy, and the Nice LifeBruce C. and Marie HafenThirty Years As a Visiting TeacherIrma de MacKennaSpencer W. Kimball: He Did Not Give UpPetrea KellyThe Exodus: Seeing It as a Test, a Testimony, and a TypeS. Kent BrownEspecially for YouthOn the Right Road in RomeDeAnne WalkerA Father’s BlessingAmanda MeansYour Turn to TeachShane BarkerA Russian ConnectionMaureen ClaytonDepartmentsCommentVisiting Teaching Message: The Gift of the Holy GhostTambulilitReverence in the MountainsCarol Alley WelshI Feel My Savior’s LoveRalph Rogers, Jr., K. Newell Dayley, and Laurie HuffmanSharing Time: The Plan of Salvation Offers Me PeaceJudy EdwardsFriends in the NewsTalking with Heavenly FatherJill CampbellOne’s Own TestimonyElder Glenn L. PaceFun PageOn the cover: Rome, Italy, has a population of more than five million people—and traveling through such a large city can be difficult. Latter-day Saint teenagers must rely on their families to help them get to seminary classes on Saturday afternoons. See “On the Right Road in Rome,” page 10. (Cover photography by Alfred W. Walker and Scott Knudsen.)Inside back cover: The Lord Fulfilleth All His Words, by Clark Kelley Price.