Contemporary has such a different feel to it. Yet, it feels good when you nail it. I tried my first contemporary dance class last night. The class was a little rushed though, since it literally was a crash course. But I did get to learn some techniques that will come useful in the future.
So last night after dance, I stayed home and spent some time in prayer and talking to God. It's really interesting the things He reveals to us when we remain still and listen to Him. Lately I've been feeling anti-social, I'm not actually sure why.
Then last night God gave me a verse where he said, "I will help you." He told me that so long as I turn to Him, He will help me get over this feeling. And I realized then that such feelings are either conjured up by my idiotic mind or by that even more idiotic enemy. God will never want me feeling alone, let alone leave me alone.
How great is our God. Really. =)
I listened to a couple of audioclips by Jocelyn Richards on 'The Praise Dance Life'. She mentioned on how we should not be afraid to stretch and expand our talents further, of course doing it not for ourselves but for God. I guess that's what made me want to broaden my horizons within dance, this yearning to dance for God in such a beautiful and awesome way. That hearts would be touched when they see it. I'm always grateful to God for giving me this talent of dance, and even more grateful that He has given me the courage not to hold back but to venture forth into what seems unknown to me.