Pastor Williams Folorunsho Kumuyi, The General Superintendent and founder of the Deeper Life Bible Church has shared his opinion on dancing in the Church and why his denomination seems to go against excessive dancing. He made his view known in a recent video that was shared on Facebook by Church Gist.
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According to the Man of God, he said, most Christians in today's world now look towards dancing instead of focusing on the message that they could learn by going to church. As a matter of fact, a lot of people now see churches with a low element of dancing as being boring and that is affecting the Christian life of a lot of believers.
However, he made mention of a lot of things but without further ado, we will be pinpointing out some vital things that should be noted as he shares his view on dancing.
1. Entertainment over the message of Christ
In the video, Pastor Williams Kumuyi made mention of how people now like the time meant to sing, dance, and worship in churches rather than the time for the sermon. In today's world, youths prefer to dance and sing for many hours during Church services than listening to message for just 10 to 20 minutes.
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As a matter of fact, before a lot of people choose a church to worship, they will, first of all, consider the instruments, the choir formation, and the kind of music they sing in that Church rather than looking if the church is speaking and teaching the truth according to the Bible.
2. Excessive dancing in the church needs to stop
Pastor Williams Kumuyi also pinpointed that, people will rarely get out of immorality, fornication, adultery, and other forms of social devices excessive dancing in the church aren't checked. He said Sanity and orderliness will not be in place if the mindset of Christians isn't changed when it comes to dancing in church.
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Source: Church Gist
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