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Praise Dance Lesson
And others save with fear, pulling them out of the fire; hating even the garment spotted by the flesh. (Jude 1:23)
I want to focus on the last portion of this verse. Back in the day, the Children of Israel were not allowed to mix fabric in their garments. God wanted them to constantly be reminded that He did not want them to be brought into contact by anything that will pollute them. God hates and will always hate sin that contaminates our lives. God also required them to perform other actions as well such as keeping days and feasts; dietary laws and all of the other laws. Why did God do this?
God is a God of demonstration and power. God likes to teach us and help us remember His Word by using all kinds of demonstration. He does this to keep His word in our faces.
As Dance Ministers we have the important task of helping to keep God’s Word in the face of the people. How? Because we are demonstrators of His Word. We remind people of God’s Word when we minister. We also comfort them and encourage them with it. This is the responsibility of every believer. Beloved, dance and minister the Word! Allow God to powerfully use you as His demonstration in the earth for the up-building of His people and as a witness to pull those out of the danger of hell fire with the message of Jesus Christ.
“Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved.” (Acts 4:12)
God’s great plan of salvation works! In all that we do our responsibility is to preach Jesus (Matt. 28:19; 1Tim. 4:16; Jude 1:23). Before Jesus was preached to us we used to be of the world, now we are not (Jn. 15:19). Now we are in the earth to represent Him (Col. 2:6; 2Cor. 5:20; 1Cor 10:31; Phil 1:11) and to work together with Him (John 15:4-6). In working together with Him we have the confidence in knowing that our ministry/labor of love is being used to so that others can believe and be encouraged to live by the faith of the Son of God who loved us and gave Himself for us (Gal.2:20).
Our dance/service means nothing if we don’t preach Jesus.
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The key to understanding our warfare is in knowing that it is primarily spiritual. We are not wrestling against flesh and blood. The battle is not against another human being, but with principalities, powers, rulers of darkness and spiritual wickedness in high places (Eph. 6:12). Let’s talk about dance as warfare for a moment.
Can our dance wage war? Yes, but we must understand our dance in light of spiritual warfare the Biblical way (being obedient / living by the Word of God, submitting to God, resisting the devil and walking in the Spirit) so that we don’t pervert the methods of God or make them into idols. Did you know that there are some Saints who believe that stomping on the floor (the devil’s head), drawing “blood lines” on the floor and beating the air is really doing something to the devil? Did you know some believers really believe that a physical demonstration of violence towards the devil does something to him?