|Taylor with her supervising teacher|
As I was passing a Buddhist temple, the supervising teacher from my school drove past on her motorcycle. She saw me, stopped, and noticed that my bike was broken. She said something about having to make copies and told me not to move from that spot - she would only be a second. Off she went again. I thought I should take her advice, but I had a Thai tract with me and I figured I had enough time to pay a visit to the temple.
I went inside, said 'hello' in the appropriate manner, and showed the monks the tract. Women are not allowed to actually hand monks anything because of status, so I just laid it on a table saying, "Khap koon, ka" (thank you) then I left.
I met the teacher outside, she handed my bike over to some people who said they would fix it, and she gave me a ride to school.It turns out that she NEVER takes that way to work, but that morning God had told her to go the other way because someone needed her help. Thank God she listened to the prompting of the spirit!
Please pray that a seed was planted in the lives of the monks, and that they will take to heart what the tract said.