The LORD Asks: May I Have This Dance? ~ by Deborah Waldron Fry, 8/4/19

Posted: August 4, 2019 in Behavior that shows holiness and consecration to Jesus

(Carol’s note: Also brings to mind “Dance with Me” by Jesus Culture on their Consumed recording. I also have “Save the Last Dance for Me” by The Drifters on my playlist as a promise from the Lord.)

I was listening to “Wonderful, Merciful Savior” by Selah and was taken into a vision.

saw the Bride of Christ and Jesus dancing together in a waltz.  The steps are done in threes, in triple time.  Father, Jesus, Holy Spirit.

And I heard:

Beloved.  May I have this dance for the rest of your life?

Yes, My Sons and My Daughters, the Bride of Christ.  Will you lay down your burdens so that I can take you into My Everlasting Arms?

Leave the world behind you for awhile, Dear One.  Ours is the Dance of the ages; Moving as One in the Spirit.

Here, in this Place of Protection, you can hear My Heartbeat for you.  You and I shall be in sync once again as you rest in Me.

The enemy has lied to you and said that I AM far away from you, that I AM mad at you, or that you have fallen from Grace and we are out of fellowship.

On no, My Child, I have saved you to the uttermost.  My Grace is sufficient for you.  This is the Waltz of Grace.  You move in the Spirit now and not the flesh.

I AM your Merciful Savior, your Bridegroom King who laid down His Life for you.  I AM the Lover of your soul.  Do not let your heart be troubled.

Though there was a time of weeping and mourning, now is the time to dance, My Child.  I AM turning your mourning into dancing and clothing you with JOY.

Come, Beloved, and dance with your Savior as One in divine wholeness, completeness and perfection.  As your soul clings to me, My Right Hand upholds you forever.”

WALTZ:   A dance in TRIPLE time performed by a couple, who as a pair turn rhythmically around and circle around the dance floor.  Waltz is a dance involving interaction and partnership between two people, thus symbolizing the relationship between Father and Child, The Bride and the Bridegroom.

THE NUMBER THREE (3):  Bible:  represents divine wholeness, completeness and perfection.

“…. a time to weep and a time to laugh, a time to mourn and a time to dance,”   Ecclesiastes 3:4.

“You turned my mourning into dancing; You peeled off my sackcloth and clothed me with joy,”  Psalm 30:11.

“Let them praise His name with dancing; Let them sing praises to Him with timbrel and lyre.  For the LORD takes pleasure in His people; He will beautify the afflicted ones with salvation,”    Psalm 149:3-4.

“For You are my help, and in the shadow of Your wings I sing for joy.  My soul clings to You; Your right hand upholds me,”   Psalm 63:7-8.

“The bride belongs to the bridegroom,”   John 3:29.

“I have told you these things so that My joy may be in you and your joy may be complete,”  John 15:11.

Source: The LORD Asks: May I Have This Dance? ~ by Deborah Waldron Fry

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