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牧師June Gore 求道

 

大約三個月前吧,黃玉蘭介紹了一位牧師June Gore 來到天然寺求道,求道後好高興,非常高興把這 “道” 介紹給她的Lana Den (玉蘭姊),June 從內心深深感受求道的殊勝,感謝這自古不輕傳的先天大道,而今她也能有幸,有機緣遇到 “求得了”。
    所以這位牧師 June Gore 于三個多星期前,8月6日星期天主日講道後接着把她認知求道的寶貴及感受分享給敎友們,陸續同 Lana 渡了好幾位敎友也來天然寺求道,共沾佛光,共沾恩典。
   先天大道簡稱天道,一貫道,至聖先師孔子説:“ 吾道一以貫之”,從前人是先修後得(很不容易) ,今天大小災劫頻繁,老天慈悲降大道普傳,所以今天的我們,有緣人是先得(道)後修,何其有幸啊!
   看到了大家那么精進,充滿法喜求知“道”,後學怎能不加快腳步,提陞自己呢?
  今生不向此身渡 更待何時渡此身


一切天恩師德!感恩 !

 

牧師June Gore 分享
Approximately a 1 to 2 years ago (2014/2015) I was given a message that has stayed with me in the back of my mind, but I don’t remember it word for word. The gist of it though was that I would be helping people to go to heaven, family, friends, anyone I wanted to. Interesting to say the least. So, one morning in March, April, or May (2017) I was still in bed either dreaming or meditating and I was observing two people talking in some other language that I could not speak or understand. This dream was in color too. As I was waking up I was thinking to myself that was interesting, even though I had no clue what was going on or what was being said or where I was. For some reason though I decided to share this dream with my husband.
The last Sunday in May (2017), I decided to visit another spiritualist church in the area. I thought I was the only one sitting in the row, but someone else had come in and sat down at the other end of the row. At one point, I looked over and saw it was someone I hadn’t seen in over a year. It came time for the message service. I received this message, “I get windows with you, I don’t know why.” I have been having some magical things happening with windows, but I’m going to go with it meaning something like window of opportunity.
I finished a book recently by James Van Praah titled Unfinished Business. I want to share a quote from it. “We never know what is waiting for us right around the corner or the opportunities afforded us in which we can influence or help others.” Isn’t that the truth?
Well anyway, the other person sitting at the end of the row was none other than Lana Den! After the service, we greeted each other with a hug and smiles. She asked me if I had received the blessing of Dao and my response was no. She said she had some paperwork in her car and she would get it for me. She gave me a little green booklet titled Introduction to Dao and a paper. She asked me to read the booklet first and I agreed. I put everything in my purse and I remembered on Tuesday that I needed to read the booklet and proceeded to do so from cover to cover. The paper was a registration form for a workshop the upcoming weekend. I had a few questions about the Dharma class so I called one of the contact numbers and had all my questions answered. I decided I would like to register, the one hitch was that I would have to receive the blessing first or the blessing could be done on Saturday at lunchtime. I agreed to lunchtime Saturday instead of making an extra trip.
The next evening, I received a phone call from Lana informing me they could do the blessing that night if I could be at the Temple by 7pm. For personal reasons, I said Thursday would work better for me. It was arranged and done.
With the weekend came the Dharma class. The teachers covered a lot of information about Dao Saturday, Sunday, and it was extended to half a day on Monday. We were a diverse group from near and far (India, Nepal, Taiwan, New York, California, Pennsylvania and more). We were separated into groups according to the language we spoke; the English-speaking class was the smallest.
After lunch on Saturday the entire group (75+) participated in a singing exercise to get our circulation moving, raise our energy and hopefully wake us up for the afternoon classes.
Next on the agenda the entire group observed two mediums, two young ladies. One wrote with her eyes closed using some kind of instrument with chalk in sand. The other recited what she wrote while someone else transcribed for translation. I found it interesting even though I didn’t understand what was being said. Then it was time to head back to the classrooms. At the end of the first day, one of the young ladies I met said to me, “Wait until tomorrow, it will get really interesting. That being said, I was eager to return Sunday.
Again, after lunch we participated in a singing exercise and then we observed two different mediums. I believe they were trance channelers. One channeled Immortal Li and the other channeled Holy Teacher, both Buddhas. So, this is where it got really interesting. I had seen this before, exactly! Remember my dream, they were speaking a language I didn’t understand. I remember their clothing, facial expressions, e-v-e-r-y-thing!
Back to the book I recently finished, James Van Praah shared a premonition dream he had had and he gave the definition of a premonition dream. It is where we can actually see, feel, or experience a future event. Yes, my dream was a premonition, a future event I was going to experience, the Dharma class!
I feel everything is coming together as it should, in Divine order. Truly grateful to have run into Lana that Sunday in May. I feel extremely blessed and can’t thank her enough for introducing me to Dao. I feel so fortunate to have received the blessing and to have been able to attend the Dharma class.
Inviting others to receive the blessing is a way to be of service and to help others, family, friends, anyone I want to. What a wonderful opportunity, a gift! A-w-e-some!
This is why I can be found regularly at the Tian Ran Temple.

June Leigh Heath-Gore

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 

 

 

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