People celebrate victory in all kinds of ways. The Romans held a parade for military leaders when they won a significant battle. The victorious commander wore a laurel crown while riding in a chariot pulled by four horses. He would be followed by wagons loaded with whatever riches had been captured, along with musicians and actors performing various reenactments of the battle.
Football players, in leagues where it is allowed, celebrate touchdowns in the end zone. Elmo Wright, a wide receiver for the Kansas City Chiefs in 1969, is credited with the first end zone dance in NFL history.
Exodus 15 records a victory celebration after God delivered them from the armies of Egypt by parting the Red Sea. Join us this Sunday to find out how we can all celebrate God’s victories in our life.
See you Sunday!