During the squirrel hunting season of 1962 Brother Branham and Brother Wood were invited to come in to the home of Sister Hattie Mosier for the noon meal. Now Sister Mosier is a very wonderful Christian widow, who with her two sons subsists on a mere pittance. Yet she faithfully tithes and gives to the welfare of others, never thinking of herself. She has a crippled sister who has never walked. This sainted lady is a testimony to God. Her home has the atmosphere that becomes a Christian lady.
While sitting eating they were all talking about the good things of God. Brother Branham was speaking of the Word and the ministry of the Spirit and kindred things of grace. Suddenly during an especially blessed part of the conversation Sister Mosier said, "Brother Branham, that is exactly the Truth."
When she said that the Spirit of God came upon Brother Branham and he said, "Sister Mosier, for that saying, God has told me to tell you that you can have anything you want."
What heavenly power filled that room. Tears rolled down the guest's faces. "Whatsoever you want. It is yours. I give it to you in the Name of the Lord," repeated Brother Branham. Sister Mosier said, "I don't know what to ask for."
"You can ask for your crippled sister. She will be healed. You are very poor and need money. Ask for it, if you want it. Ask out of your heart and it is yours."
She looked at him for a moment, and then out of her heart said, "Brother Branham, my two sons are not saved. That is what I want. May they be saved?"
He said, "I give you your two sons in the name of the Lord."
Those boys who before had been laughing and jesting as boys do. They who had no thought of turning to God, nor any desire to serve Him, suddenly turned pale. God's Spirit came upon them in soul shaking dynamism and they cried out and fell down in repentance before the Lord.
Those boys were saved. Today they are members of the tabernacle. They are living for God. They fellowship the Saints at the table of the Lord and in foot-washing, and have a testimony unto the Lord both in Word and deed.