"Will I dance for you Jesus?" If you grew up in a Baptist church like I did, dancing wasn't looked on very kindly. Of course, the teens still went to dances, but it wasn't discussed.
The idea of dancing before Jesus didn't strike me as strange or bad. Just out of place. As I read the Bible, I learned that many expressed their joy in the Lord through song and dance. Although the singer doesn't allude to this in the song, everyone who is sick or disabled here will have full healing there. Its easy to imagine a person who spent their time on the earth without the use of their legs being able to walk and expressing their joy of healing through dancing.
In another instance, the singer of MercyMe asks, "Will I sing Hallelujah?" I had a lot a fun with that question. Dad couldn't sing in a bucket. He tried. He was both tone deaf and lacked a sense of timing. He butchered many, many Outlaw country songs (apologies to Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash). Perhaps he could sing in Heaven and actually do it in tune.
The last two questions had the most impact on me. The singer asks, "Will I stand in your presence? Or to my knees will I fall.?" As proud as he was, I could only imagine my dad kneeling before the Lord even though I'd never saw him do that in life. Someday, I imagine I will.