Dance Your David’s Dance
Dancing your David's dance is beyond trying to dance in the way or manner king David danced unto God. It is beyond trying to imagine and replicate his legwork as he glorified the Almighty when the ark of the Lord was brought to Zion.
Dancing your David's dance signifies the act of a man worshipping God with all humility and might, regardless of the position or title attached to him wherever he finds himself.
David danced in a way many might say is not fit for a king, but David was not dancing for men or a carnal gathering, but to his Father in heaven, his Creator, who made him the king of Israel.
Let's learn from this act of King David, because it is possible to slack in our relationship with God as a result of the pride of life, which could filter into the soul when highly placed among men, and this results in gradually forgetting or giving less reference to God who elevates us.
Let's make sure wherever we are, and whatever position we find ourselves, that we are still dancing our David's dance (serving God with all fervency).
From now on, worshiping the Father will not be a matter of the right place but with a right heart. For God is a Spirit, and he longs to have sincere worshipers who adore him in the realm of the Spirit and in truth. (John 4:23-24, TPT).
Be enthusiastic to serve the Lord, keeping your passion toward him boiling hot! Radiate with the glow of the Holy Spirit and let him fill you with excitement as you serve him. (Romans 12:11, TPT).