Ask The Pastor | – What about David Dancing Before the Ark?

Did David dance before the Ark of the Covenant? Does this mean that Christians can worship God however they please and that all worship practices are things that are indifferent? Looking at David’s act its context, just what does this episode teach us about worship? This video is a follow up to our video entitled, “What about Contemporary Worship?” If you haven’t watched that video, check it out, as it’ll give you the context of the issue this video deals with.

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Comment (3)

  1. ​ @Justine Dalura People who claim that dancing in the Liturgy is Evil are deceived by Satan's Deception…They probably did not read St. Pauls decree…

    (1 Corinthians 10:31)

    "So whether you eat or drink or WHATEVER you do, do it all for the glory of God."

    I Looked at the 10 commandments, and I did not even see that Dancing and Guitars and Drums in the liturgy is considered mortal Sin…

    As long as there is order and done with dignity and does not scandalize the faithful and the Culture of the particular faithful, Guitars and Drums and Dancing GLORIFY the Lord……