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Swinging From The Chandeliers.

My dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, today we are going to talk about swinging from the chandeliers. Now, I know some of you may be thinking that sounds a little crazy, but let me tell you, there's a lot of power in that phrase.


If we turn to the book of Acts, chapter 2, we see the story of the day of Pentecost. The believers were all gathered together in one place when suddenly a sound like a rushing wind came from heaven and filled the whole house. Tongues of fire appeared and rested on each of them, and they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak in other tongues as the Spirit enabled them.


Now, some people might say that the Believers were acting a little wild and crazy but notice this key point: they were filled with the Holy Spirit. When we are filled with the Holy Spirit, we can't help but be moved. We might even swing from the chandeliers!


You see, the Holy Spirit is not a tame Spirit. He's not meant to be controlled or contained. He's meant to be set free! When we allow the Holy Spirit to move in our lives, we can experience a level of joy and freedom that is beyond our understanding.


In fact, in the book of Psalms, chapter 30, verse 11, it says, "You have turned my mourning into dancing; you have taken off my sackcloth and clothed me with gladness." When we allow the Holy Spirit to work in our lives, He can turn our mourning into dancing. He can take off all our sadness and give us joy instead.


Now, I know some of you might be thinking, "But what about order? What about decency?" Let me tell you, the Holy Spirit is not a Spirit of chaos. He's a spirit of order. In fact, in the book of 1 Corinthians, chapter 14, verse 33, it says, "For God is not a God of disorder but of peace—as in all the congregations of the Lord’s people."


So, when we're talking about swinging from the chandeliers, we're not talking about chaos or disorder. We're talking about being filled with the Holy Spirit and allowing Him to move in our lives in a powerful way.


Now, I want to give you an illustration. Imagine a bird. A bird's natural habitat is in the sky. It's meant to fly. But if we were to take that bird and put it in a cage, it would be limited. It wouldn't be able to fly the way it was meant to. But if we were to set that bird free, it could soar to new heights.


In the same way, we were not meant to be caged. We were meant to be free. Free to worship, free to pray, and free to swing from the chandeliers if the Holy Spirit moves us to do so.


So, my Dear Brothers and Sisters, let's not be afraid to let the Holy Spirit move in our lives. Let's not be afraid to swing from the chandeliers. Because when we do, we'll experience a level of joy and freedom that is beyond our understanding.


Let us pray. Heavenly Father, we thank you for your Holy Spirit. We ask that you fill us with your Spirit and that you move in our lives in a powerful way. Help us to not be afraid to swing from the chandeliers, but to allow your Spirit to move in us and through us. We pray all these things in Jesus' name. Amen.

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