This song by Lecrae, called “Hallelujah”, is good and so are the dancers. V3, which means “Victory through Vision and Voice” uses their dance as a form of worship to give glory God! I love their ideas and their moves! Just thought I’d share another one of their videos! Hope you enjoy!
Yes, I love to dance and I love to see people dance! We see all kinds of dance and it’s actually amazing what people can do with their bodies to the music! But I have found something that I absolutely love even more! Using your dancing to glorify God?! Is this possible? I’m not talking about your typical praise dance (which I love, so I’m not knocking it) but when you can actually dance to a song that sounds like what you would hear on the radio and can glorify God through it and make it look current, that’s an amazing plus! So I’m sharing this video with you because these guys are awesome, and they’re also dancing to one of my favorite songs, “Forgiven” by Deitrick Haddon. The lyrics are all positive and so are the moves! Hope you enjoy this short video. And who knows, there might be some more posts today featuring these talented people, V3.
“If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness.” 1 John 1:9
Sometimes we have a hard time forgiving others. Why is that? Maybe we don’t think someone deserves to be forgiven, feel they will be the “weak” person if they forgive, or may not even know how to begin forgiveness. I think that for myself, forgiving others is easier than it has been for me to learn to forgive myself. Now, learning to forgive myself for past mistakes has been a struggle, especially when those things are brought up to make you remember how embarrassing, humiliating, or dreadful an old situation has been. It sometimes prevents one from accepting that we are forgiven for our sins. So, I stumbled across this song, which I play in my truck EVERY day just to remind myself that I am forgiven. It has helped me to stop holding a grudge, stop being angry with those that might have anger toward me, and helped me to look at myself and change my faults instead of trying to change others. With that being said, I can now say to myself, “God forgave you, so I forgive you!” I know I am forgiven!
Toby Mac feat Lecrae – Forgiveness
Life is TOUGH! We all have tough times and it can really make life CRAZY! I have been going through some difficult times in my life, which I vowed (to myself) that I would cut off everything from even my own family. I have accepted the fact that I let social media take over my life for quite sometime. Social media is only something that people like to put out there for the world to see and the whole truth is never shown. Sadly, it can cause mistreatment, hatred, or even the slightest mistake of a miscommunication that can lead to anger and bitterness within families, friends, and acquaintances. We should never LET social media RULE us. So, like I stated, I have cut off all social media from my family (except my husband) for a reason (all social media, except for Facebook, which I need my account for my blog’s Facebook page too). Not that I hate anyone or am angry with anyone, but because I have made it a point in my life to stop relying on social media to build my relationships, or letting that be the only “time” I spend with my family. I don’t need a social media to help me out with that. I have indeed become lazy in the way I have been around my family, so I am making it a point to try my best to text my siblings every day or at least once a week or even give them a call. I plan to try my best to be around all of my family when we have a get together or a family function (of course things do come up and it’s not always possible). I have accepted that we have all gone our separate ways and I, too, have decided to keep some things for just me, my husband and kids. I have just made the decision to separate my life in the best way I can and love everyone in the way they should be. It’s a start, and I will let you know how all of it turns out!