I think it will be fine. It should send buds soon. The plant will know how to figure itself out and when to send the buds. Spikes vary in height. Generally a eastern windowsill will provide enough light, since they are not too demanding.
How long is the spike? Is this a new spike? or is it growing from the old one? Do you have a photo of the plant and growing area to show us?
Brother Lawrence is a yellow phal and shouldn't have spikes that are too tall.
I have some very tall spikes, but it is only on the large pinks and the large whites that give me tall spikes. Spikes that are so tall the plant can easily tip over...
I have noticed phals under low light can make longer spikes, and under low light (like in the winter in Canada) the spikes stall and don't produce blooms until the lighting is correct (or they give smaller blooms or reflexed petals).
I think tall arching spikes are a good thing, it helps make the inflorescence and blooms have better presentation. (not that I am phal judge or plan to win awards with phals...at least I don't think I'll ever show any phals at the moment...who knows)