May I Have This Dance?

Kathi Pelton

There are few things as precious as those moments when a father and daughter dance together. When our daughter, Amy was little, it was her favorite thing to have her daddy pick her up, turn on their favorite song and dance together. She had to do nothing but enjoy the dance of being carried and loved. 

Today Daddy-God is asking His daughter’s if He may have this dance. He sees the longing for nearness in your eyes and the desire to be carried. Even as you’ve grown you have not become too mature to outgrow the precious “daddy/daughter”dances. 

Your Heavenly Father is reaching out to lift you up into His arms and carry you into a dance that will refresh you with intimacy, tenderness and a depth of love that you’ve been aching for. 

As He picks you up all of the burdens that you’ve picked up will fall away. He will not only carry you in this dance but he will restore you to the knowledge and experience of His care. You were never meant to carry a heavy load or to be too old to be a daughter. 

Well-loved daughters live in peace and joy. They know that they are protected and nurtured with absolute adoration. They don’t worry because they know that their daddy is watchful and never misses a step in protecting them. 

You are a well-loved daughter! Your Father’s adoration for you both clothes you and crowns you with perfect love. This dance will remind you of who you are; His daughter, His princess and His greatest prize. 

Today He is asking you, 

Daughter, may I have this dance?”

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One response to “May I Have This Dance?”

  1. This is such a beautiful post I can’t believe I’m having such a hard time wrapping my head around it. I grew up without a father and have not had one in my adult life either. I’m 60 years old and I don’t know what it’s like to have a father that does the things that you describe with Amy or the word about the heavenly father. I so love you were that kind of father for your children. It’s not that I don’t want to, I do more than I could ever even express. In fact, words can’t express the intense longing for that type of thing. I’m just not understanding how to even enter in or put the word into play so to speak. thank you for sharing. prayers please. God bless you and your family Trish


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