Dance When You’re Wounded.

by Chris Kamalski

I woke up fearful this morning, wanting to begin the endless whirring of my irrational narrative that is my neurotic False Self. Much more to this than I will briefly describe in this short thought, but suffice to say that I wanted to lay in paralyzation this morning:

Fearful, yet not standing up. Paralyzed, yet not seeking to move. Realizing this was a bunch of junk, yet not dismissing these thoughts. A deep knowing that God is not this way, nor are His intentions for me rooted in despair and dismay, yet unable to move forward.

And then I began listening to David Crowder.

I haven’t really gotten into his new album, ‘Church Music,’ even though I was sure it was brilliant as always.  The title track is called ‘Church Music – Dance!,’ which is amazing in its ridiculousness as a 70’s dance track. For whatever (!) reason this morning, the lyrics stuck with me, and thus, I enter this new decade (and the beginning of Passion 2010) hopeful that this…

…may be a wildly different decade for you, given this mindset:

Dance if you’re wounded
Dance if you’re torn into
Dance broken open
Dance with nothing to lose

Dance when you’re wounded
Dance when you’re torn into
Dance broken open
Dance with nothing to lose

(Oh!) Perfectly free
(Oh!) Dance if you wanna be
(Oh!) Perfectly free
(Oh!) Dance if you wanna be

Change the world
Change your soul
Fill it up
Here we go
Here we go

Oh His is a story that saves
Majestic feel
Feel it at a steady pace

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