“Contents,” Liahona, Apr. 1995LiahonaApril 1995Volume 19, Number 4ContentsFeaturesFirst Presidency Message: Our One Bright HopePresident Gordon B. Hinckley“I Am the Resurrection and the Life”Elder Alexander B. MorrisonLiving with the PastJon B. FishElder Robert D. Hales of the Quorum of the Twelve: Return with HonorLaRene GauntA Listening EarTed HindmarshEspecially for YouthAn Eternal EmbraceEduardo Pantoja SolisHealing Deeper WoundsPaul B. ThurgoodSeminary on the DanubeMarvin K. GardnerI Had to TryDavid HersamFor Your InformationDepartmentsCommentVisiting Teaching Message: “More Joy in His Service”The Friend“Peace Be unto You”Sharing Time: I Believe in Heavenly Father’s PlanKaren LofgreenA Testimony Feels GoodBryan DayleySpecial WitnessesFiction: Two Shorts and a LongColeen C. HeatonSong: On a Golden SpringtimeVirginia Maughan Kammeyer and Crawford GatesHelaman and the Two Thousand Young WarriorsFun PageOn the cover: Für Mária, 16-year-old seminary student in Dunaújváros, Hungary, was baptized four months after her friend, Vereckei Krisztina, invited her to church. Her story isn’t unusual. See “Seminary on the Danube,” page 34. (Front cover photograph by Brian K. Kelly. Back cover photograph by Marvin K. Gardner.)Inside back cover: Ecce homo, by Antonio Ciseri; Scala/Art Resource, New York. Accused of sedition by the chief priests, Jesus was brought before Pilate, the Roman governor of Judea, who could “find no fault in him.” Fearful of wrongly sentencing Jesus, Pilate presented him to the people for their verdict. Jesus came forth, “wearing the crown of thorns, and the purple robe” placed upon him by mocking soldiers. And Pilate declared, “Behold the man!” (see John 19:1–5).