In “Belly Dancing with the Lord: A Reinterpretation of the Word of God,” the Bible and the dance have a lot in common. As long as you follow Jesus’ counsel, you can use whatever moves work for you.
“The dance is not only a symbol for the whole New Testament,” Eberhart writes, “but is at its base a celebration of the Lord’s body, and therefore should be encouraged by believers not as some other form of worship but as an intimate part of worship.”
What’s your dance?
Belly dancing can be found in the following Bible texts:
1 Corinthians 5:3-11, 2 Corinthians 5:5-11, 1 Corinthians 11:2-13, 12:2-2
1 Timothy 4:1-2, Titus 2:9
Philippians 3:5-11, 4:15-17
Philippians 4:17, 5:1-2
1 John 1:8, 20, 25-27, 1:27-28
2 John 2:19
1 John 5:9-11
1 Peter 2:12
Hebrews 9:25-28 (NIV)
1 John 4:12
1 John 5:9-11 (New International Version)
1 John 4:12 (Revised Version)
If you have a dance tradition (or just a great feeling about belly dancing) and don’t see it listed above, do get in touch.
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Overdoses caused 2.1 deaths for every 100,000 people in 2015, an all-time high. The increase mirrors the rise of opioid abuse, which was responsible for 17,000 deaths in 2015, or 5.7 percent of all drug-related mortality.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the percentage of opioid-related deaths dropped between 1999 and 2014.
Researchers did not explain why deaths jumped and why they remained high for such a long time. In general, opioid overdoses seem to be more common in younger people and older people, who’re more likely to try opioids and have higher
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