In that same spirit, here is a little reminder of what we learn through the beautiful music and melodies that enter our hearts and stay with us like good friends throughout our lives.
"We can find songs to turn frowns into smiles and help us get our wiggles out. We see that rain is falling on our noses and popcorn popping right before our eyes. There are songs about birthdays (and even how to say Happy Birthday in 7 or 8 different languages). We can memorize all 13 Articles of Faith through music, the books of the New Testament, the Latter Day prophets, and the Twelve Apostles. We learn to give like the little stream and greet each other like the flowers in my pretty garden. We are taught to try, try, try like little purple pansies and that when we’re helping we’re happy.
Primary songs teach us to follow the prophet and kneel in family prayer. We sing about family night and that Families Can Be Together forever. We love to see the temple and commit to going there one day. We’re so glad when Daddy Comes Home and often go walking with mother for the Family is of God.
Importantly, primary songs teach us to feel our Savior’s love and Wonder when He comes again. We seek the Lord early and search, ponder, and pray to feel the “Scripture Power” in our lives. Then maybe we’ll want to share the gospel with those who want to know the truth and be the Lord’s missionaries like the Armies of Helaman to bring the World His truth when I have grown a foot or two.
We belong to the Church of Jesus Christ since we were baptized like Jesus, who baptized by immersion in the river Jordan’s flow. Then we were confirmed through sacred priesthood power and the Holy Ghost was given to us to guide us every hour.
We will go and do like Nephi, build our houses upon the rock of Christ like the wise man, and try to be like Jesus because we know our Savior loves us and we are His sunbeams.
In this world of confusion, we are each reminded that I am a Child of God and He has sent me here. He’ll lead me, guide me, walk beside me, and teach me all that I must do to live with Him someday."