Defending Our Divinely Inspired Constitution

Happy Constitution Day fellow Americans. It’s rough out there these days, but we have these words from Pres. Oaks to lift us up.

Read the Constitution HERE. If you are in the Washington DC area, you can stop by the National Archives. Today is the one day of the year they will have the whole Constitution out on display.

When I was still teaching, I’d have my students learn this song to help them learn the Preamble to the Constitution. And yes, even cool high school seniors loved it.

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Her family and friends call her the Queen of the United States...and Mom -- Joyce Anderson has been involved in LDS apologetics for over 20 years and with the Millennial Star since 2010. Since the beginning of the Covid19 pandemic she has added homeschooler to her list things she does in addition to being the butcher, baker & candlestick maker. When not schooling the children, she reads, paints, declutters, teaches primary, and is happy to share a bowl of chips & salsa with anyone who stops by.

3 thoughts on “Defending Our Divinely Inspired Constitution

  1. Joyce, good stuff! School House Rock was and is awesome. Growing up in the 1970s, I listened to School House Rock constantly. Too few people read and understand the Constitution these days.

  2. In about 1993 while living in Mount Vernon, WA our ward choir sang a version of The Preamble, that was more of an anthem or hymn, solemn sounding. Can’t find anything like it on YouTube, but I thought it was beautiful. Thanks for sharing this version. I wish we could get Congress to actually read the Constitution and act according to its principles and statutes.

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