I grew up listening to this CD and others in the '80s. I find that as an adult now, I can trace back many of the truths I am sure of today to these songs. Today I began to sing another song by Judy Rodgers that I think sums up the benefit this music can have on your children, "Teach me while my heart is tender. Tell me all that I should know, and even through the years I will remember no matter where I go."
My sister first sent my girls copies of this album and it's companion album, "Why can't I see GOD?" on cassette when they came out in the 1980's. They just loved to hear these songs -"at home, and when we're riding in the car" and delighted that their parents always took the time to talk to them. My two boys also enjoyed the tapes. Over the years the tapes wore out/got damaged/lost - so it was to my delight that I found this on cd last year - I bought two copies, and gave my grandson Zachary one for his fourth birthday (29 Dec 2003). Needless to say, the other copy is on MY CD player - and played constantly for over a month.I've never stopped singing, "There are six things, even seven, that the Lord hates, things he cannot stand" - and at odd times find myself singing "go to the ant, consider....and she doesn't even have a captain to tell her what to do but she works HARD anyway....~(:-)--[---<|<