I Pray You Dance

Happy New Year! I can’t believe that 2019 is gone and we are here in 2020. It seems like it was just yesterday that it was the year 2000. Remember the panic and unknown certainty of entering the 2000’s. Guess what it’s 20 years later and we are still here! PTL.

There was a pretty popular song 20 years ago entitled “I Hope You Dance” by Lee Ann Womack. The premise was all about taking a chance and not wasting your time on wondering or settling, but to get up and in this instance dance.

As we shift and move in this new season, new decade, new year; my prayer is that we all get up and DANCE. Life is but a brief moment and chances and opportunities to change the world for the better is an ever extending invitation to dance.

No longer look or mimic the dance steps of someone else. Move, sway, and uplift others by your own unique God-given rhythmic beat. Smile, laugh it off when you miss the beat and get up and try again.

The world is waiting for you to add to the rhythm of the nations. The heartbeat of the earth that reminds us of an ever-lasting Creator God that is still creating, dancing, and breathing the NEW in each one of us.

So this year in the midst of all your planning and prepping to make it a better year, don’t forget to DANCE. Twirl, step, twerk if need be (lol), just don’t sit there and let life pass you by. So when you get the opportunity to try something new, to break out of your comfort zone, and maybe even prance outside the “norm” into the extraordinary, I Pray You Dance.

Stay Up-Lifted. 💃🏽💃🏽💃🏽

Rev. Christal 💃🏽

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