In Sunday’s Psalm we read, “You have turned my mourning into dancing; you have taken off my sackcloth and clothed me with joy.” (30:11) The Psalmist is giving testimony from his past experiences to our need for faithful worship so that when despair occurs we will reside in faith. A residence where mourning ends and turns to joy; a joy commonly known as dancing in many Biblical stories. It is a joy that moves about within us and beyond our hearts; it is an uncontainable joy, one that must dance its way out of us to be shared with others. Can you anticipate sharing this kind of joy, or dance, with someone this week? Which dance is yours?