I wrote this song a while ago, and I'm so happy that the Abinadi verse goes with this year's Come Follow Me lesson for May 4-10. The lesson covers Mosiah 11-17. The Abinadi Message What is most important to me is that children understand that Abinadi still stood firm and strong during his life, while he was dying, and after his death. In other words, he is still alive and it's not the end of his story. I think Abinadi is glad he did what he did, and he still is alive, standing firm and strong. I hope that makes sense to you and your children. Easy Piano This song is easy enough to play that someone in their first year of piano lessons can play it. That was another goal I had with this song. I want kids to play it and sing along. Then it's fun in more than one way, and every time they play it, they're remembering an important gospel principle. Music Link Well, enough of me pouring my heart out! Here's the email signup to get the pdf.
Have you always wanted to learn to play piano? With very little effort, you can start learning to play. While I do have a free piano course you can take to learn how to read sheet music and such, you can also start playing immediately with what's called Synthesia music. I love making Synthesia piano videos for people so they can enjoy playing hymns and children's songs right away. Here's a Synthesia video I made today! I hope you enjoy it. Just play along at your piano or keyboard , if you have one. If you don't, you can get the Synthesia or another piano app and play that way. Of course, it's advisable to get a keyboard or piano at some point soon if you really want to play piano. Sometimes you can get pianos for free because people want them gone and they're heavy! You can get most songs in the songbook for free at the Church's website: ChurchofJesusChrist.org Here's "Dare to Do Right" from the Children's Songbook. This Synthe