One night as some friends were preparing to serve refreshments after a service in Phoenix, Arizona, I had an unusually strong urge from the Holy Spirit to pray. “I have to pray. I must pray. I have got to pray now,” I told my friends. “Let’s just all pray, then,” they agreed.
My knees had hardly touched the floor until I was in the Spirit. Do you know what it means to be in the Spirit? John was in the Spirit on the Lord’s day (Rev. 1:10). It seemed to me like I knelt in a white cloud as I began to speak in tongues.
First the Lord showed me a detailed vision of a 72-year-old man who was going to be saved in the coming Sunday night service.