This work deals with issues surrounding the manifestation of the Spirit in prayer from theological and practical points of view. The treatment is orthodox, yet it is charismatic in tone and practical in presentation. It is a culmination of thirty years of study and experience received from conducting seminars spanning denominational lines. It has broad appeal to charismatic, Pentecostal, and parachurch groups, yet it has reached into evangelical, mainline, Catholic Pentecostal, and ecumenical groups because of its reasoned theological and biblical content. This book deals with theological issues and answers questions that some have been afraid to ask. The author presents a thorough a thorough analysis of the Spirit's manifestation with personal examples. The subject of the Holy Spirit is presented in a fresh manner that the modern churchman can receive. For some it may seem too practical, but it has proved itself to be the correct approach, as thousands have received the Holy Spirit and His presence has been manifested in our meetings. People have come to Christ and been healed by this message. Simply put, it works.