Defining Dance

Dancing itself is neither good nor evil. From the Christian perspective, its your intent in the Dance that determines where it falls on the scale of positive “good” or negative “evil”.  Through your dance, you are serving something.  That something can be one of three things: yourself, satan, or the Most High God.  There are two entities that control this atmosphere: God and His enemy, satan.  Whether you realize it or not, you will serve one in your talent.  If you are serving yourself, beneath that spirit is the one of pride, which brought the devil down, cast out of heaven to earth. Make a choice to serve the one who gave you the talent, has all knowledge about that talent and has a purpose for that talent.

Consider these questions:

What do you think about when you dance?

Do you focus on the moves only or is there a theme or spirit behind your movment?

Are you promoting an idea? or a person? or an event? or a god?

What is your motives for the Dance or what are motives being provided for you?

Do you seek to please or incite an emotion from the viewer?

Are you perfecting your craft for competition or self aggrandizement?

In the Lord, there is no competition only creativity.  Everyone has been given at least one gift to worship and serve Him with.  If dance is your gift, the more your sharpen your skills, you can carry a greater anointing ( see Jesus’s parable on talents, Luke 19:11-27 ).