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Whose song will you sing? Whose dance Will you join? Jesus quotes a familiar children's folk song, we played a wedding song and you didn't dance We played funeral songs, and you didn't weep.
The song and the dance of this world is the song of the self. It's a lie. It's deceitful. So many are joining in on this song. And religion seems to sing it the loudest. Religion demands that you sing it song and dance to its tune, religion song will draw you into a trance of self justification into the lie of separation.
In the garden, a serpent came and sang a tune and offered us a dance. It was a song that insisted on a life apart from God. And we've been moving to this song ever since the serpent has used the power of religion ever since to play its tune. We don't have to sing that song. And we don't have to join in that dance. All the prophets have been shouting down that music from the beginning of time, they've been crying out to all who would listen that God is our song, not religion, not the self, not the lie that we're separated from God, not the lie that there's life apart from God. No God in His great love offers us his life, his love his song. He offers it to all who are willing to trust him to come to Him in faith and see and believe that they are loved by God. Jesus has come to offer all the broken ones, all those that have sinned much all those that have been ruined by the world and by religion, a new song, and a time to dance. And it's a song of life, forgiveness and hope. The woman in Luke kneels down and washes Jesus feet with her tears, her perfume, her kisses, because she had experienced the love of God. And somehow, a new song broke through through the noisy chaos of this world and all of its religions. God's love created something new in her and the prophets saw it. And now Jesus is here offering it not only to her and the prophets, but to you and to me. So let's choose to sing his song this day, like the woman at Jesus feet. Today, let's choose to join in his dance. Let's all sing the song of life and forgiveness and love and hope joining together with him because we have been forgiven much, and we have been loved much. Now, let's join him in his dance of life, that's the prayer that I have for my own soul. That's the prayer that I have for my family for my wife, and my daughters and my son. And that's the pair that I have for you. may it be so
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