But Christians were breaking the chains and cutting them into pieces by the power of God, all over France. Lines of people were then carrying the pieces of broken chain to the coast, from all over the country, and throwing them off the cliffs into the sea, so the people could not be chained-up again.
It was not just a few chains here and there being broken up and taken away, but a very significant amount, leaving lots of areas of clear ground where there were no chains remaining.
Then people were dancing in the rain of the Holy Spirit, free from their chains, with the rain washing away the sort of “rust dust” that remained on the people and the ground. This was happening all over France.