Read 1 Chronicles 15 today.

1 Chronicles 15:25-29 NLT[25] Then David and the elders of Israel and the generals of the army went to the house of Obed-edom to bring the Ark of the LORD’s Covenant up to Jerusalem with a great celebration. [26] And because God was clearly helping the Levites as they carried the Ark of the LORD’s Covenant, they sacrificed seven bulls and seven rams. [27] David was dressed in a robe of fine linen, as were all the Levites who carried the Ark, and also the singers, and Kenaniah the choir leader. David was also wearing a priestly garment. [28] So all Israel brought up the Ark of the LORD’s Covenant with shouts of joy, the blowing of rams’ horns and trumpets, the crashing of cymbals, and loud playing on harps and lyres. [29] But as the Ark of the LORD’s Covenant entered the City of David, Michal, the daughter of Saul, looked down from her window. When she saw King David skipping about and laughing with joy, she was filled with contempt for him.
Yesterday, I heard some great news about someone for whom I have been praying for a long time. Hearing the news made me smile.
I rejoiced at the news, but did not break into a ‘happy dance.’ I guess I am not much of a ‘happy dance’ kind of a person. Yet, I appreciate those who are. I recall seeing someone else break into a ‘happy dance’ when they received great news. I am thankful for the freedom other people feel to rejoice and smile with their whole bodies. I do not have that. And I pray I would not be like Michal, filled with contempt for those who do.
How do you rejoice in the midst of great news?