To be valiant in the testimony of Jesus is to take the Lord’s side on every issue. It is to vote as he would vote. It is to think what he thinks, to believe what he believes, to say what he would say and do what he would do in the same situation. -Bruce R. McConkie- (From this talk: https://www.lds.org/general-conference/1974/10/be-valiant-in-the-fight-of-faith?lang=eng)
It was while walking to and from school at the university that he developed a habit of study that was of great value to him. He would think of a subject in the gospel such as repentance and would then, in his mind, make up an outline for a sermon on the subject, adding the appropriate scriptures and supporting material. Doing this daily as he walked gave him practice in analysis of doctrinal subjects. This careful organization and logical progression was evident in his sermons.
Powerful Final Testimony of An Apostle & Disciple of the Lord, Jesus Christ.... This Apostle passed on a few days after this testimony was given! The Purifying Power of Gethsemane - Elder Bruce R. McConkie - WisdomShare.com
This was one of the Twelve Apostles of the Lord Jesus in 1985 who served The Master faithfully, he passed on just a few days after this talk which makes his last statement even more powerful! This was a very powerful talk! Bruce R. McConkie's final testimony - April, 1985