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Praise Dance Video Pick of the Week

Hello, praise dancers!

I thought about starting something new on this blog. I wanted to share praise dance videos that have been a blessing to me.

The first one I want to share is a video that was uploaded over 5 years ago. I discovered this video in 2014, during a tough time of my life. I was walking with a cane from hip pain. It was attributed to some of the injuries I had suffered from carrying and giving birth to a baby that was almost 11 pounds.

The song is by Angelo and Veronica called Praise the Lord. They were very big in the contemporary gospel music genre in the 90's. The song is done in English and Spanish. Unfortunately, the song is no longer published as the married gospel duo has slowed down their music ministry.

There are two versions of the dance. One you can see here: Praise the Lord by Angelo and Veronica.

However, I want to highlight the video done at a Hope Christian Church. I was so inspired by this dance I literally jumped out of my chair and started walking without the cane. What can I say other than I was healed in that moment? I went on to experience a total healing in my hip months later. I've never had another problem with my hip.

The one person that inspired me was the male dancer who embodied the Spirit of praise. I could visually see what praise looks like. It was childlike, fun, and moving. Here is the video. Enjoy.

Thank you, Spirit Wing Dance Company for sharing your ministry with the world!




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