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Dance Extravaganza IX
Dance Extravaganza IX
The number nine is the symbol for Divine Completeness, meaning of finalty.
Jesus was crucified at the 9th hour.
Our soon coming King as His Bride, as a royal priesthood, as a holy nation, God’s own people
We invite each of you to join together with us, Grace and Glory Sacred Dance Ministry, physically apart, yet joined together by the powerful Holy Spirit of God.
To give thanks
Our great God and our soon coming King.
To offer extravagant praise and worship because
The love of our Father God is extravagant,
Jesus’ offering on the cross was an extravagant offering,
and the Holy is extravagant in giving guidance, wisdom and comfort.
“Give thanks to the Lord, for His steadfast love endures forever.” 2 Chron. 5:11-14
When: Saturday Oct. 3, 2020 – The Feast of Tabernacles
Where: In your home or wherever you are
Time: Anytime during the day – 5, 10, 15, 30, 60 minutes or however long you feel led
Who: Everyone, all ages,
- Because HE IS WORTHY
- Because scripture instructs us to celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles (celebrating God’s dwelling with us) which is why this weekend was chosen.
3. To enthrone Him on our praises Ps. 22:3
- Dress in your favorite praise and worship clothing.
- Select the music you will use, ahead of time. Included is a list of musical pieces that have been used in past workshops, but feel free to use music of your choosing as you feel led.
- Movement: Romans 12:1 “Present your bodies as a living sacrifice holy and acceptable to God, which is your spiritual worship.” A summary of movements used in past workshops is included, but feel free to move as you feel led.
Grace and Glory Dance Ministry members will be in our homes, and we invite you to join with us, as we will be praising and worshiping beginning at noon (Jo Dee Porter, Susanne Brown, Stephanie Hobbs, Nancy Jinnette, Mary Wright, Bonnie LeJeune, and myself Cheryl Yarusso).
We will begin with these four pieces:
- The Lord’s Prayer This is our family prayer. Musical versions on Youtube or you can simply sing it or say it.
- Ps. 134 “Come, Bless the Lord, all you servants of the Lord, who stand by night in the house of the Lord. Lift up your hands in the holy place, and bless the Lord, and bless the Lord.” on Youtube “Come, Bless the Lord.”
- “Hail to the King” by Shannon Wexelberg also on Youtube
- “Prologue” from “Roar from Zion” by Paul Wilbur
Please invite anyone and everyone to join with voices, hands, feet, faces, bodies, souls and spirits.
For more information contact Cheryl Yarusso
Check out Youtube Cheryl Yarusso for two pieces: “Mary, Did You Know,” “The Veil of Grace.”
Please let us know that you are planning to join in. And please send us feedback.
In our workshops we have used music by Paul Wilbur who has several albums with very danceable music. “Let God Arise,” “Come, Dance with Me,” “Kadosh.” any songs that mention the Lion of Judah. Latest album “Roar from Zion.” Check out Prologue on this one. Proclamation!!!
Also Fernando Ortega has a couple of albums with these songs: “Trisagion (Holy, Holy, Holy),” “Come, Let Us Worship and Bow Down.”
John Michael Talbot “Lion of Judah” very danceable music, several albums, full of joy and reverence.
Joshua Aaron has music on YouTube: “The Spirit and the Bride Say Come”, “Every Tribe,” Ps. 121. Some have pictures of Israel.
Music by miscellaneous artists: “Alleluia #1” is one of our favorites from the past. More:
“I Raise a Hallelujah,” “Great Are You Lord,” “Resurrection Song,” “10,000 Reasons,”
“Holy, Holy, Holy,” “How Great Thou Art” traditional hymns.
Movement Suggestions: Romans 12:1 “I appeal to you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is your spiritual worship.”
Movement words from scripture: clapping, lifting holy hands, lifting faces, bowing before Him, kneeling, walking, marching in place, standing, running, skipping, holding still, waving, shouting, singing, praising, praying with hands.
Prayer hands moving up into praise position, then moving hands to adoration position.
Prayer, praise and adoration in any order.
Paula Douthett’s Harmonics Movement Sequence:
- Swinging arms side to side
- Spiraling arms wrapping around your body
- The wave–stepping forward lifting arms up then stepping back as arms swing down
- Rocking, simply shifting weight side to side
- Spreading arms wide and “flying” around the space, think eagle flying free.
The Holy Spirit can inspire you with movements that are like your fingerprints, only you have these movements to offer to Our Lord. He loves it when you move the way He has created you to move.