I guess I write this if for no other reason; just to say that you should always be prepared and be in your best form possible while playing. I play in my church every Sunday morning. I am the only instrument other then the Organ and every once in a while a Flute. As it turns out this past Sunday we all were there; well the Organ is always there so I should say that our Flute player was there also. So we warm up and then itâ€™s time for mass. 10:30 AM we start right on cue with our entrance hymn Jesus Is Risen nothing real difficult about this piece itâ€™s in 4 sharps in 3/2 time mostly quarter notes with a few half notes. Just then a huge crack of thunder and pow; the lights go out and the church goes dark. We are about 6 bars into our hymn and suddenly I find that Iâ€™m doing a solo with a Flute accompaniment. Confused I look over at the Organist who just stands up and starts directing the choir so I kept playing, thank goodness I have a battery powered light on my stand so I could see my music no problem. Itâ€™s funny because as I was warming up I thought to myself something that I never think, â€œWow you sound good today!â€ Maybe this was Godâ€™s way of showing approval? Who knows? Just thought Iâ€™d share this very strange experience. After a minute or so the power was restored and all went on as usual from there.