Welcome to Bet Shalom’s Beginning Messianic dance. Together we will learn new dance steps, encourage one another and have a great time learning skills that will add a new dimension in our worship to our King, Messiah Yeshua.
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE TERMS “MESSIANIC” AND “DAVIDIC” DANCE?
Our Messiah has made a way for Jew and Gentile to come together in one accord. We use our bodies as an instrument of praise to worship to our Father whom I believe desires our full heart, body and soul. Please understand that dancing to worship God is a healing power both physical and spiritual and no one can stop or take away this healing.“I worship You Almighty God, there is none like You.
I worship You oh Prince of Peace, that is what I want to do.
I give You praise, for You are my Righteousness.
I worship You Almighty God, There is none like You.”
Although David was a great king and a man after God’s heart, he stumbled time and again. We also stumble because just like David we are human. But we look to our God to lift us up and dance with us. And just like David we want to capture our Father’s heart. Through our stumbling we grow with knowledge and faith and become wiser.
We want to draw from David’s example as a worshiper of the Most High God, YHVH, and look unto our Messiah Yeshua for the perfection that He encourages us to obtain in Him. Therefore, while others may use the terms Davidic dance, Messianic dance, Jewish or Israeli dance interchangeably, we choose here at Bet Shalom to call this style of dance “Messianic” and to look to Yeshua as the author and finisher of our faith. Tehillim (Psalm) 34:1 – 2 says:“I will bless Adonai at all times; His praise will always be in my mouth.
When I boast, it will be about Adonai; the humble will hear of it and be glad.”