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MSF Special Night

Last evening I attended a MSF dinner in my church. It was an annual affairand this year we had 21 tables fully booked.  Each table accommodates 10 and each of us only paid a small sum of RM25 for a 8 course dinner!  Isn't that super cheap?  Maybe it is the same caterer each year and being loyal, they charged the minimum for us, the senior people...

Yes, I am officially a Member in the Methodist Senior Group now.. No turning back.. time does not reverse... LOL.... and I think... yes, I think... I am one of the youngest one in the Big Family of MSG.. so I really don't mind joining in.. LOL...

My sister and I were "given" a task to do... just scroll on....
I reached there around 6.45pm... 
Testing...testing and to go for a trial "run" through... 
MY heart was "thumping fast" even before it began....
There were 5 songs altogether... 
and I need to focus..... focus on my chords....
Soon the guests have arrived.... 
It was almost 7.30pm.. going to start soon!
I quickly went to the Restroom....
To talk to My Father....
"Father Lord, please still my heart from my own anxiety...
The songs we sing... they are Only For You.... "
Yes, my sister and I were given the privilege to lead in the opening...
And we started with 2 fast songs....
I Actually had a good time.. 
I don't know about others... but I did enjoy the worship..
Thank God for answering my prayer... 
At least  my fingers were not "knotted" together...  LOL...
Then the feast began .....
A Lovely Loving Couple...
Even their attire match each other!!
We were also entertained with a nice sweet voice...
we have our own "Kenny G" crooning beautiful songs...
Dancing Queen, Eternal Flame and Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow!
And lastly and not least, a picture with my Cell Leader...
It is indeed a memorable occasion...
Thank God for His Goodness once again!!


Comments

  1. before i scrolled down i was guessing that "task" you were given.. i guessed must be singing karaoke!! half correct half wrong lah, you were asked to sing, not karaoke but you play guitar!! that's even more awesome woh!! thumbs up, very "yeng"!!!

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  2. SK: Only those attend will know I am yeng or not... what you dont hear, you wont know.. hahaha...

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  3. wow.. not bad. I'm still thinking whether to join my church worship ministry cos there are too many ushers.

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  4. You look so steady & stylo with the guitar. I like praise & worship songs but I haven't join in any cell group yet. Look so enjoyable.

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  5. chris: you should be a liturgist.. :)


    irene: yes, I did enjoy the worship yesterday! .. but i m not stylo.. hahaa...

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  6. Good that you know how to play the guitar and sing at the same time. What are you holding in your hands? Not food I hope.

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  7. Wahhhhh!!!! Your life so happening, glad you're having a great time. Children not home now, must keep yourself occupied...enjoy yourself!

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  8. Claire, you play the guitar, too? You are very talented, I sure wish I could hear you!!! I am the youngest in our senior group, too!

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  9. mun: Yes, I love to worship.. food? what type of food? :)


    stp: yes, to avoid depression.. :)


    ginny: great to hear that! :)

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  10. sharon, er.. many years back.. :) more than 10...

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  11. wah, you are so awesome! and I also saw someone familiar with the saxophone! Must be very entertaining! Are you holding some chocolates or sweets?

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  12. wenn: yes, your friend!! hahaha... your answer is very near... !

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  13. Another awesome night, Claire. I think soon, will see you in some singing contest..

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  14. Ling: the astro veterans? hahahaa

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  15. The dinner was very cheap per head but why no photos?? Maybe you had fried beehoon, fried noodles and fried koay teow!!! LOL

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  16. TM: ...plus fried chicken, crabs, steamed fish.. abalones! hahaha..

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  17. Great fun with your guitar and oh you have a sax maniac with his saxophone

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  18. kathy: got record.. :)


    bananaz: Great fun worshiping!

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