As memories came flooding in, Rebekah, you were more than just a good friend, you were like a little sister to me. I remember the times when we brought you to school in the morning before you could even drive. We were always greeted by you smiles and cheerful but sleepy “good mornings”. I remember the good times we had in secondary school and especially when we were serving in the Wesley Youth Service. When we went on our different path in life, I am glad we still met up when we were back in Sibu. With your cheerful and cheerful smile. I remember me, always messing up your hair just to disturb you and getting scolded by my mum. Those were such great memories. The loss of a great friend is hard to bear, the loss of someone close is heart-breaking.
Rebekah, though you were physically weak, you were one of the strongest and most passionate people I ever knew. You brought smiles and happiness into so many people’s live. Through music, friends, and even church. Your life was a testimony for all who knew you. Through all these sadness, I still thank God for a friend and a sister like you. You will be deeply missed and will always be remembered. Rebekah, thanks for being you. Thanks for being my friend. And as I can’t fly back to say goodbye, my heart is praying for you and your family. See you in Heaven soon my friend.
As I walked back this morning, and as the sun began to rise, I somehow felt it within me that God was telling me how wonderful and important life is. Looking at the sky, I thought to myself: "God is indeed very creative and wonderful." Even when stuff gets tough, I know my God is there for me. I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. So as I go off to bed, let me share with you what beauty I saw this morning.
It is as if God is telling me: "Have a great day.." so I would like to wish everyone:
"Have a Great day!"