80+ Bible Verses about Dancing

Dancing is considered to be a mode of devotion in Christianity. It is a mode of expression of praising the Lord. Remember that by doing so, you are helping mankind too. You might find these biblical verses useful.

Here are Bible Verses about Dancing

Psalm 149:3– Let them sing praises to Him with the timbrel and harp, and let them laud his name in dancing.

Ecclesiastes 3:4– There is indeed a time to grieve, a time to laugh, a time to mourn, and a chance to dance.

Psalm 30:11– Thou hast transformed my sorrow into dancing; thou hast removed my sackcloth and girded me with joy.

Exodus 15:20– And Aaron’s sister, Miriam the prophetess, took a timbral in their hand, and all the ladies followed her with timbrels and dances.

Psalm 149:3– Let them sing praises to Him with the timbrel and harp, and let them laud his name in dancing.

Romans 12:2– But do not be converted to this image, but just be transformed by the renovating of your mind, to check what is Divine, perfect, and perfect will.

Psalm 149:4– For the Sovereign specializes in his children, and he will make the humble beautiful with salvation.

Jeremiah 31:4– Thy will reconstruct and thou, and everyone must be restored, Thou virgin of Jerusalem: thou shalt be clothed with thine tabrets, and shalt come forth in the joyous dances.

Exodus 32:19– When Moses went close to the camp and saw the statue and the dancers, his fury erupted, and he hurled the stones out of his grasp and shattered them beneath the mountain.

Psalm 150:4– Praise him with music, dance, nylon strings, and organs.

Jeremiah 31:13– The virgin will exult in the dance, both young men and elderly, for I will convert their sadness into joy, console them, and make them happy from their sorrow.

Lamentations 5:15– Our heart’s delight has faded, and our dancing has been replaced with grief.

Psalm 150:4– Praise him with music and dance, chamber music, and organs.

Judges 21:21– And now, if the girls of Jerusalem come out to perform in games, come out from the orchards, and make each man his spouse of the girls of Jerusalem, and travel to the region of Benjamin.

Judges 21:23– And the descendants of Benjamin did so, and got wives from among those who danced, whom they captured, according to their number: and they departed and returned to their land, and restored the towns, and abode in them.

Psalm 30:11– Thou hast transformed my sorrow into dancing; thou hast removed my sackcloth and girded me with joy.

Samuel 21:11– And Achish’s slaves replied to him, “Isn’t this David the ruler of the land?” Didn’t they chant in dances about him, “Saul has slaughtered his dozens, and David has slaughtered his ten thousand?”

Samuel 6:14– And David performed before the Lord with all his might, encircled with a cotton ephod.

Judges 21:23– And the descendants of Benjamin did so, and got wives from among those who danced, whom they captured, according to their number: and they departed and returned to their land, and restored the towns, and abode in them.

Chronicles 15:29– When the tabernacle of the Lord’s agreement arrived in David, Michal, Saul’s daughter, glanced out a door and saw King David frolicking and enjoying, and she despised him in her heart.

Psalm 150:1– God be praised! Praise The Lord in his refuge, in his mightiest firmament.

Luke 15:25– His elder brother was now on the field, and he could hear music and dancing as he reached the house.

Samuel 29:5– Isn’t he the David of whom they sang at dances, “Saul slaughtered his thousands, and David his ten thousand”?

Job 41:22– Strength remains in his neck, and grief is transformed into joy in front of him.

Proverbs 20:1– Wine mocks, strong drink roars, and whoever is misled by it is a fool.

Samuel 6:16– And when the Lord’s ark arrived in David’s city, Abigail Saul’s daughter looked out a balcony and saw David leaping and celebrating before the Almighty, and she despised him in her spirit.

Samuel 18:7– And the ladies replied as they played, saying, Saul has murdered his thousands, and David has slain his ten thousand.

Samuel 30:16– And after he had taken him down, behold, everyone was spread across the earth, eating, drinking, and dancing because of all the tremendous booty that they had captured from the Spartans’ and Judah’s area.

Matthews 11:16– But how should I evaluate this generation? It’s like kids screaming out to their buddies in the middle of a market.

Matthews 11:17– “We sang to you. However, you didn’t dance; we sobbed to ourselves, but you didn’t weep,” he added.

Matthew 14:6– However, when Herod’s birthdate was commemorated, Herodias’ daughter danced there next to them, much to Herod’s joy.

Mark 6:22– When Herodias’ daughter appeared and danced, delighting Herod and others seated with him, the King replied to the girl, “Ask of me anything woman shall, and I will allow it thee.”

Samuel 6:21– And David said to Michal, that was before the Almighty that I was chosen before thy parent and all his household to be ruler over the King’s nation, over Jerusalem: therefore will I perform before the Lord.

Acts 3:8– And he jumped up, rose, walked, and followed them into the temple, walking, bouncing, and praising God.

Acts 14:10– With a loud voice, I said, “Stand upright on thy feet.” And he walked and leaped.

Chronicles 16:29-30– Bring an offering and come before the Lord, and worship him in the beauty of holiness. Fear before him, all the earth: the globe will be stable, not moving.

Psalm 96:9– O adore the Lord in the splendor of holiness; all the world trembles before him.

Psalm 68:25– The vocalists went first, followed by the instrumentalists, among whom were the damsels playing timbral.

Exodus 32:6– And the next morning, they awakened early and brought burned offerings and peace sacrifices, and the people stayed down to a meal and drank and stood to play.

Proverbs 8:30– Then I was with him, as though brought up with him, and I was daily his joy, continually delighting in front of him.

Proverbs 8:31– My joys were among the sins of mankind, and I was rejoicing in the habitable portion of his world.

Proverbs 31:25– Strength and honor are her garments, and she will exult in the future.

Jeremiah 30:19– And from them will come gladness and the voice of those who take joy: and I will expand them, and they will not be few, so I will respect them, and they will not be few.

Zechariah 8:5– As well as the city’s streets would be teeming with guys and girls having fun.

Mark 7:22-23– Theft, avarice, dishonesty, treachery, carnal lust, a death stare, hubris, conceit, and absurdity: all of these evils originate from within and ruin the man.

Matthew 5:27-28– “Shall not kill commit adultery,” you’ve heard, but I declare to you, “Whosoever gazed on a woman to want her has indeed consented to sex with her after his heart.”

Amos 5:23-24– Take away the ferocity of thy songs, for I would not hear the sound of thy viols. However, let justice flow like rivers and fairness like a raging flood.

Proverbs 11:16– A courteous lady keeps her honor, and a powerful man keeps his wealth.

Proverbs 6:25– Lust not in thine heart for her beauty, nor let her take thee with her eyelashes.

Numbers 5:22– And the cursed water shall enter thy intestines, causing thy belly to enlarge and thy thigh to rot: and the lady shall exclaim, Amen, amen.

John 4:24– Because God is an Essence, some who serve him have to do so to be more accurate.

Colossians 1:10– That you may walk worthy of the Lord in all things, bearing fruit in all good works and growing in the knowledge of God.

Hebrews 13:15– As a result, let us continually offer the tribute of praises to God through him, that is, the product of our lips expressing accolades to his name.

Psalm 105:2– Sing psalms to him, and tell him about all his amazing creations.

Psalm 40:3– And he has set a new song in my lips, praise to our God: many will see it, tremble, and trust in the Lord.

Job 21:12– They pick up the timbral and the harp, and they thrill at the sound of the organ.

James 5:13– Is there anyone among you who is afflicted? Allow him to pray. Is there any joy? Allow him to chant psalms.

Ephesians 5:19– Singing and creating melody in your heart to the Lord via choruses, hymns, and religious songs.