“Contents,” New Era, Sept. 2001New EraSeptember 2001Volume 31, Number 9ContentsThe Message: Follow the ProphetElder M. Russell BallardThere is one voice you can depend on to always give you good directions and advice.Pure TestimonyElder Joseph B. WirthlinHere are important keys to developing the testimony you want.Contest Winners: Sharing a GiftIntroducing the 2001 New Era contest winners.Maybe I Will Be ThereMelissa Henrie SpencerFirst-Place SongQ&A: Questions and AnswersI am a good student, and sometimes people ask to copy my homework or answers on a test. I know it’s wrong to give them the answers, but I don’t want to seem like a snob. How do I handle this situation?New Era Poster: He Loves MeSatan’s Bag of SnipesBishop Richard C. EdgleySatan’s hunt is no joke. He is a deceiver, a liar, who wants us to be miserable like he is. Don’t get caught!See What They’ve DoneSelected winning photography, art, and poetry entries.Ray RoundupJane ForsgrenGrandma and Grandpa Ray invited all the teenaged cousins to a reunion, where kids who had been just names on family group sheets became new best friends.Idea List: Why Bother with SeminaryDarrin LythgoeSign up. It’s a great way to spend an hour.My Terrible, Horrible DayBrenda WilliamsFirst-Place Article: Things were going from bad to worse by the moment until Mom and Dad asked if I needed a blessing.Erica’s SongJane ForsgrenErica Glenn of Lindon, Utah, has great talents, and even at her young age she finds ways to share them.Of All ThingsFiction: Beauty TipsSheralee BillsFirst-Place Fiction: I thought there was no chance I would ever be beautiful, until I learned what beauty is.The Extra SmileNo Big Deal?Elder J. Richard ClarkeIf only every priesthood holder really knew how important holding the priesthood is. There is no greater power or blessing.Reader’s GuideWe’ve Got MailWe, the Youth in Zion’s ArmyBenjamin SalisburyFirst-Place HymnCover: David and Richard Bean of Lindon, Utah, enjoy getting to know their cousins at their family reunion. See “Ray Roundup,” on p. 30. Cover photography: Welden Andersen (front), Jed Clark (back).