1 Thessalonians 5:19-22 Do not put out the Spirit’s fire. 20 Do not treat prophecies with contempt 21 but test them all; hold on to what is good, 22 reject whatever is harmful. TNIV
In any case, in this our earliest encounter with the ministry of the Spirit in an early Christian community, instead of urging the Thessalonians to “fan into flame” or “earnestly desire” the Spirit and his manifestations among them, as in some later letters, Paul urges them not to quench the Spirit in this regard. But by “not quenching” or “not despising” neither is he suggesting that anything goes in the name of the Spirit. They are to “test all things,” holding fast the good and avoiding every evil form, but testing is not to lead to quenching the Spirit or the Spirit’s gifts.
Gordon Fee, NICNT The First & Second Letters to the Thessalonians p219