Davidic dance steps can be basic for congregational use or more complex depending on the type of worship.
The Davidic worship dance, popular among Messianic worshippers, follows the patterns of Israeli folk dancing over the years which has, as well as from Israel, adapted dances from the various diaspora settlements.
Traditionally, dance is meant to unite communities in rejoicing; in the joyous worship of God/Elohim. The circle dance, holding hands, moving together as one, represents unity in worship.
The dance is another way of praying. It is worshipping with body, mind and soul.
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