There is a bridal dance of unparalleled devotion, depicted in the portrait of the lavish love and relationship between the Shulamite and her “Beloved” in the Song of Solomon. But how do we know if we are dancing His Dance? This dance proclaims who we are, what we believe and the unspoken passion of truth of what we now embrace.
It is genuinely impossible to dance another’s dance. In fact, the imitation of another’s dance or passion for God will actually hinder the release of your own dance. The dance of the Shulamite is one that is distinctly YOU, placed deep within your soul by God.
It cannot be learned or choreographed, it is birthed. It is for those who move past the veil of redemption and move into the realm of intimacy. And, it can only be found through a passion for Him for those that are called to be the bride.
From the Author
In my search for wholesome entertainment that my family and I could enjoy, I came across an old movie called “Little Colonel” starring Shirley Temple and Bill Robinson a.k.a. “Mr. Bojangles.” In one adorable scene, Shirley doesn’t want to go to bed and Mr. Bo Jangles convinces her to go to bed if she’ll allow him to teach her a new way to go up the stairs. In this extraordinary performance, both tap dance there way up and down the stairs like angels. I couldn’t help but appreciate this scene, imagining myself as a little girl standing next to God at the foot of the stairs, taking His hand and allowing Him to lead me upward. Can I really trust Him with my life? We all want to ascend into spiritual maturity, but do we trust Him enough to allow Him to take the lead?
About the Author
Rebecca Park Totilo is an award-winning published author of over 39 books, including “Heal With Oil,” “The Art of Making Perfume,” “Through the Night With God,” “The Official Christian Babysitting Guide,” “The Christian Girls Guide to Money,” and “His Majesty Requests.” Her credits include working as a contributor writer on two best-selling series (“Quiet Moments with God” and “Stories for the Teen’s Heart”) which sold over one million and five million copies respectively. She is also a freelance writer for several national magazines include Christian Parenting Today, Discipleship Journal and Woman’s World. Her range of book topics span from teaching curriculum to gift books and devotionals for adults. Truly, its her love and passion for life that makes her inspirational writings draw such a mass market appeal. Rebecca’s photography work has appeared in numerous national magazines such as Woman’s World, Sports Spectrum, Evangel, and Sharing the Victory.
Rebecca has been a homeschool mom for 21 years. In addition, she is the president and publisher of Rebecca at the Well Foundation, a Judeo-Christian international organization which publishes literary works that prepare the Bride for the Messiah’s return. Over the last decade, Rebecca has studied aromatherapy and written several books on essential oils. Her understanding of Scriptures richly woven with the tapestry of the ancient practices and customs makes her inspirational writings truly memorable.
- Paperback: 76 pages
- Publisher: Rebecca at the Well Foundation (June 27, 2008)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0974911550
- ISBN-13: 978-0974911557
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.2 x 8.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4 ounces
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