Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Christmas Happenings In Sibu - Part 4 (Final)

Today is Christmas Day.

It's an occasion of great joy that we are able to celebrate the birth of our Lord Christ Jesus at liberty in this part of the world.

This morning , I went with my family to The Masland Methodist Church for Christmas service at 9:30am.

In her sermon, Pastor Yong shared with the congregation, "Jesus Christ did not come to this world by chance - His birth is prophesied in Genesis 3:15."

The religious freedom in Malaysia reminds me of countries where preaching of God's message is still very much restricted. Let's all dedicate our Christmas prayer to these parts of the world!


At Premier Hotel, we have a line-up of events waiting for you to celebrate your festive joy!

Christmas Day Carvery Lunch srerves an extensive buffet spread of season's specialties laden with succulent roast joint of meats and all your traditional favourites. Again, Santa Claus and Santarina are on hand to entertain and give free gifts to all children. So, do bring along your camera.

Christmas Day International Buffet Dinner presents a stunning spread of Christmas favourites and international flavours with roast carvery and delicious assortment of salads, hors d' oeuvres and desserts. Our Carolling Team shall sing out the joy of the season. To stir up the mood, Santa Claus shall be making his grand entrance with his Santarina to hand out gifts to all children.

Come to Bamboo House Lounge where the festive celebration continues. Croon, dance and swing the night away to the rhythm of the Frozen Fire Band pulsating pop and cha cha hits. Fun - filled programmes and great prizes are also included in this evening's agenda, and the first twenty ladies shall receive free gifts!

Be there! It is open for business from 6:00pm to 1:00am.


Anonymous said...

I went to Wesley and understood better the meaning of Christmas..it is not just Santa Claus

Merry Christmas


巴尔尼老爹 said...

Merry Christmas!!! May God shower you and your family a blessed Christmas and New Year!

Anonymous said...

Bengbeng, there is a song. It goes; Christmas isn't Christmas till it happens in your heart, somewhere deep inside you is where Christmas really starts, so give your heart to Jesus and you discover when you do, that it's Christmas, really Christmas for you.

Mr. Hii, we are approaching the New Year's celebration in just a few days' time. How am I celebrating it ? By throwing out unwanted things. ha ! ha ! And start the new year new. Parties are more fitting for those young and energetic.

Anonymous said...

*Parties are more fitting for those young and energetic*.

Tony, In that case parties are not for me :) I should buy a rocking chair, a long cheroot and wait for the setting sun, wait for my dentures to rot, my hair to fall, my muscles to atrophy and everything to stop functioning hhahahahahhah


Tony Hii said...
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Tony Hii said...

But a one-time fund manager at the age of 65 told me a few years back, " Look, Tony, I can still swing away in a disco party with youngsters." What an inspiration!

Don't let age set limit on us.

With that, I wish Anonymous and Bengbeng all the best.