Henry B. Eyring- He spoke about what choices will lead us to happiness. I loved this talk, because I feel like it is what I needed to hear this weekend. Some days it is hard to put one foot in front of the other, but if I remember that I am working toward eternal life then it can get easier. And if I remember to love my Heavenly Father, that will get me through.
Dallin H. Oaks- His talk really tied into President Eyring's in the fact that he said this: "Our ultimate priority should be to love the Lord." He continued with talking about how the Plan of Happiness is for everyone, and I loved this quote too.
Richard J. Maynes- I can't wait to go back and re-read his talk because he had so many great analogies. I loved how his really brought home the fact that we need our testimonies to have endurance and spiritual stamina. We have to be in gospel shape, just like our physical bodies need to be in shape.
Richard G. Scott- He always seems to talk about the Atonement, and today was no exception. My favorite take away quote from his talk was that "The Atonement brings personal strength to the children of God." But at the end he threw another great idea in there--which was to fill your life with service because Satan's temptations will lose their power as a result. How cool is that?!
Thomas S. Monson- As always, the great storyteller reminding us that our testimony, patience, and endurance can see us through trials.
The last session of conference is always bittersweet for me. This session brought more great talks, but I think my favorite talks from this session were Neil L. Anderson's and David M. McConkie's. Elder Anderson reminded all of the Church how important women are and how essential the priesthood is no matter our circumstances. A lot of people have been talking about the "ordain women" movement, and the brethren really have heard it and I think tried to address it but Elder Anderson's was the most direct to me. And I loved this quote from him because it reminds us that we are all needed.
Overall, another great day of Conference and I am sad it is over. Back to the daily grind of tomorrow :)