A Cog member was visiting Pasadena and wanted to see inside the Auditorium. It was locked. He saw a man go inside ignoring them So he prayed a prayer that God would allow them to be able to go into the Auditorium. After a loud crash of thunder and angels singing, the Auditorium man reappeared and invited them in and let them roam freely.
Then after heading to Mountain View Cemetery to worship at the grave of HWA and Loma they decided to look for Herman Hoeh's grave. They couldn't find it. But, prayer worked once again and God made Hoeh's grave appear before them.I took extensive photos of the entire campus including, of course, the famous
Auditorium which was closed. We decided to take one last walk past the
Auditorium before leaving and noticed a man entering a side door. We wondered if he would let us in to see it ? he saw us but then went inside. I said a very quick prayer asking God to allow us in if it is His will. As Duane and I walked toward the door the man popped outside and waited for us and we walked toward him, introducing ourselves and asking if we could have a look around? Duane explained his extensive time at AC and that I was a visitor from Australia.The man, Doug Huse, introduced himself as the General Manager for the site
(he is mentioned here: http://theambassadorauditorium.org/protectambassador.html)
and said we can have a look around
We eventually found Herman Hoeh?s grave. It was difficult to find and I almost
gave up but said a little prayer ? Duane found it a minute or so later!