God can move but…
Every Christian is in favor of a move of God’s Spirit. We like the sense of peace from God’s presence, or a stimulating word of prophecy. But when unfamiliar “manifestations” of the Spirit occur we get nervous. Strange body movements, ecstatic speech, shouts, laughter, etc. would make the list.
The default response to spiritual things we don’t understand is, “That’s weird.”
The default response to spiritual things we don’t agree with is, “That’s weird.”
The default response to anything spiritual we don’t like is, “That’s weird.”
Getting beyond it
The fact is there IS a lot of weird-ness when it comes to spiritual things. It’s weird that God chose us before time begun. It weird that God knew us before we were in our mother’s womb. It’s weird that we celebrate our new life by being dunked in water. It’s weird that we symbolically eat Jesus’ body and drink his blood at communion. It’s weird we talk to God like we know him, yet no one has ever seen him.
Most of us have gotten beyond the weirdness of these things. They have become familiar to us, even dear to us. We would even get offended at someone calling them weird. Let us also get beyond limiting what God is doing, or can do, by saying the “W” word.