The Word says that David brought the ark of the Lord into the house of Israel with shouting and with the sound of the trumpet.
“And David danced before the Lord with all his might, clad in a linen ephod” [a priest’s upper garment].
2 Samuel 6:14
Regardless of David’s wife calling him shameful for his display, David said he was chosen and appointed by God to be King of Israel, and would humble himself to the lowest in sight of his Lord.
The wild ones are arising! Deborah Waldron Fry released this word earlier, saying no one would stop these wild ones and the mighty move of God that is coming. These wild ones dance and worship the Lord with all their might as David did. They don’t pay attention to the things happening around them. They don’t care who talks about them, judges them, or calls them names because they have no shame in their passion for the Lord. They are filled with a consuming fire; “For our God is a consuming fire”, (Ref. Heb 12:29) It spreads from the souls of their feet to their hearts.
The fire is purifying the walk of the wild ones.
The Lord’s fire is a refining fire that destroys all that is not of Him. It purifies the works of gold, silver, and precious stones within, and destroys the works of wood, hay, and stubble (Ref. 1 Co 3:12). It fills the inner man with a fire that nothing can put out. It kindles and brings a fresh fire to the heart of those who have had a circumcision. The circumcision of the heart is a sign of the true covenant.
“For he is not a Jew who is one outwardly, nor is circumcision that which is outward in the flesh; but he is a Jew who is one inwardly; and circumcision is that of the heart, in the Spirit, not in the letter; whose praise is not from men but from God”
“Beloved. I have not called you to fit in, but I have created you to stand out. In the midst of the fear and chaos of the world, you have chosen to follow Me.”
David didn’t fit the mold, his passion and love for the Lord couldn’t be quenched no matter what happened. These wild ones that are arising will not fit the mold of the religious system. They don’t limit the works of God, nor do they allow limitations of God moving through them. The fear of a pandemic, the hatred of racism and division that cries out, the greed and lust of the flesh that fills the world will not affect this company of warriors as they are filled with the joy of God.
According to Merriam Webster, to be wild means to be without restraint, passionate, going beyond convention, a strong desire.  When we think of wild horses, we think of those who can’t be tamed or rebellious. The term “wild horse” is also used colloquially in reference to free-roaming herds of feral horses such as the mustang in the United States, the brumby in Australia, and many others. These feral horses are untamed members of the domestic horse subspecies (Equus ferus caballus), not to be confused with the truly “wild” horse subspecies extant into modern times. 
These wild ones are more like the feral horses. They are untamed in their passion to see God move, but they come from a domestic stock, which understands true authority sent from God. The Lord said He does nothing without first revealing His secrets to His servants the prophets, (Ref. Amos 3:7). They aren’t looking to do their own thing, but have completely submitted their will to align with the will of the Father. Those who have and are undergoing a death to self process so they can be used as a vessel for God’s Spirit.
“I have been crucified with Christ [in Him I have shared His crucifixion]; it is no longer I who live, but Christ (the Messiah) lives in me; and the life I live in the body I live by faith in (by adherence to and reliance on and complete trust in) the Son of God, Who loved me and gave Himself up for me”
Gal 2:20 AMP
“Dance with Me in your heart, in your mind, in your body, in your spirit. Oh, dance with all your might! You are My Wild One. No one shall be able to tame you. The enemy shall not be able to hold you back. Darkness FLEES when you dance with Me. As you dance with My Spirit, I shall heal you and deliver you. Trip the Light fantastic, My Love! You are not subject to the restraints of this earth. Let My Fire consume every part of you.”
Origen says that fire has twofold power, to illuminate and to burn. The fire that Jesus speaks of when He says, “I came to cast fire upon the earth”, (Ref. Lk 12:49) is the fire that illuminates. But those who are workers of inquiry, of whom are cast into the eternal fire, that is the fire that burns.  Those who draw near to Him and who the Scriptures have been opened to are those who are illuminated by the fire. Darkness is our ignorance to truth and light or illumination happens when we come back into the truth. As the scriptures are opened up to us, by the Apostles and prophets, we become enlightened. The Word, which is a lamp unto our feet and a light unto our path (Ref. Psalm 119:105), brings light to cast out the darkness of ignorance so we can walk on the straight path.
This company of wild ones is dancing with the Lord God as if no one is watching. They are not constrained to the limitations of the earthly or carnal realm. The word dance comes from the Hebrew word Chul, meaning to twist, whirl, writhe in pain. Figuratively, to bring forth, travail, to be born. 
Spiritually speaking these ones dancing are the ones who have writhed in pain and travailed to birth something new. They have endured and are waiting to see the movement of God be birthed and the fresh fire of Him fall. The enemy hasn’t been able to reign these wild ones in because they have the truth that illuminates and sets captives free. “You have turned for me my mourning into dancing: You have put off my sackcloth, and girded me with gladness”, (Ref. Psalm 30:11).
The night of darkness has ended and now the joy of the light of morning has come. Submit yourself to dance with God and He will be your dance partner. He knows every step and will not let you stumble. Rejoice with Him as you dance in freedom from the bondage of sin and death.
- Merriam Webster Dictionary
- Origen “Spirit and Fire”