Wednesday, December 24, 2008

DU COC Church Camp- Day 2

Didn't sleep well, woke up at 4 in the morning. Disturbed by coughing sounds in the room next to mine. Recharged myself by playing badminton and ping pong (my 1st time playing ping pong), then went to my friend's room to watch some Alvin & the Chipmunks, the fat little chipmunk was sooo cute! Didn't follow the adults that were going jungle trekking, cuz there are leeches in Pahang :P Instead, Zach, Sandra, Beverly and I went exploring on our own, along the road, were no leeches were to be found. There were some steep stairs that were leading up to a small hill so we decided to be all adventurous and went to see what was at the top of the hill. Turns out, it was some kind of praying site. There was a red looking pitch fork in the middle of the site and a can of beer next to it :P
Walked near the golf course and took some pictures of us and the scenery. When there were cars coming our way, Zach would take on the role as a traffic police, conducting traffic by whistling waving his hands like a pro. Haha, you should see the look of the drivers' faces, they probably thought that we were mentally retarded kids :P Then Zach decided to do that to a real police officer that was driving towards us. The policeman stopped. Oh no :P
Thank goodness he was friendly man, and asked my matsalleh friend where he was going and blahblahblah. Went back, for lunch and went out again to see a waterfall. Wanted to have scones at the Ye Olde Smokehouse but they were all full, wanted to have roti pisang at a malay store but they ran out of bananas. Mannn! Was contented with the cookies that I bought, ate them all. Had steamboat for dinner, then had devotion and singing. The devotion was about Daniel and his friends who stood up for what they believe in and were willing to be martyrs for they trusted in the Lord. Then we played charades and my team won! After that the youth stayed back to sing some songs. I learned this song, (the lyrics might not be 100% accurate)
"Love one another for love is of God
He who loves is born of God and knows God
Hes who does not love
Does not know God, for God is love
God is love"
And there were different lyrics for the sopranos, tenors and bases but when we sang it together, it felt so complete.

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