Sunday afternoon speakers

Elder David B. Haight of the Council of the Twelve

Elder Neal A. Maxwell of the Council of the TwelveElder Robert D. Hales of the Council of the Twelve

Elder Hans B. Ringger of the First Quorum of the Seventy

Elder F. Melvin Hammond of the First Quorum of the Seventy

Elder Gerald E. Melchin of the Second Quorum of the Seventy

Sister Ruth B. Wright of the Primary General Presidency

A common, inspiring thread, woven through the concluding session of the 164th Annual General Conference on a blustery Easter afternoon, was the witness of the resurrected Lord and Savior. Speakers directly and indirectly testified of Him and of His atoning sacrifice and redemptive mission.

As the session ended and conference came to a close, President Thomas S. Monson, who conducted the session, spoke of those with personal crosses to bear. He noted the Savior's invitation, spoken when He walked the earth, "Follow thou me." He added, "May we praise His name, follow His example, and incorporate His truths into our lives, and then this conference will have been successful".

Music for the session was provided by the Tabernacle Choir. The invocation was offered by Elder Monte J. Brough of the Presidency of the Seventy. Elder Jay E. Jensen of the Seventy pronounced the benediction.

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