Dear Praying Friends,

And here are the extracts (excerpts) from 1979 Diary as they were written

Excerpts from SOM CLUB 60 Whataspp

above is the 1979 diary i was reading this morning

ok if you guys don’t mind the bad handwritings

these are the entries of that St John Island Camp (in Singapore)

starts on Dec 3, 1979




Entry for 3 December, 1979


Left for St John island on Dec 3

quite a large group of conferees turned up

wrote a letter of confession to pastor Peter Ng in USA

after that the liberty of God rushed into my soul

joined bro James Tan and bro Tuck Keong in prayer till 2am



Awakened this morning & before message spoke to Sister Rhoda

Spoke on “Fellowship with God”

The Lord gave remarkable unction

A number of people broke down in confession of sins. There were tears

and contrition.

God moved very gently in each heart.

During tonight prayer God told me to help strengthen Isaiah by talking to him

but I did not.

There was very little unction in the message called “The causes of disunity”

in tomorrow’s message.

How I must walk carefully in increasing light.



Whataspp comment from bro Daniel Tan Jee Huay


“Amazing. They are histories in them”

Calvin replied

“yes bro Jee Huay

I disobeyed then and lost the power”

{Please note: these were whataspp conversations in posted in SOM CLUB 60 last year July 2022)



Saw the film

Centerville Awakening

It has great impact upon us

Called Rifle Range young people to pray with the Craig Road sisters

Several broke down under the power of God








Spoke on the “Causes of Disunity” with little power.

Tonight spent more time in confession and heart searching

Also spoke to bro Isaiah.

It was a time of deeper repentance

The people now separated for prayer outside the Mission (Meeting Hall)


Joined the young people in prayer.

Going round all the groups

It was such a blessing

Wonderful art Thou! oh Lord


ok next one got bro Jee Huay



Spoke on “A living Sacrifice” with considerable power.

Many left this afternoon by ferry to the mainland

Had a walk and talked with bro Jee Huay

(what did we talked??)

Tonight the R(ifle) R(ange) people stayed up until 2am in prayer

They testified later of confession and blessings

Slept early due to bodily tiredness

{Hope you all not tired out}



December 7, 1979


Spoke on “Oneness in Christ” with a slight liberty

After the message appealed to the people

It was a slight challenge to get right with God


Had a day of prayer and fasting

It was a bit taxing on the body

Slept in the afternoon- due to tiredness.

At this time the LORD moved mightily

upon the people praying in the lecture room

Felt more liberty towards the evening

with clear vision and a better frame of mind

Spoke on “God’s faithful remnant” on Gideon’s army

with quite great liberty

4 people responded to full time calling

A number of SOMers stayed back in the

after meeting for confession and dedication.


Brother Jee Huay interjected

“sorry Eng Yee, I have no recollection of this even  at (St John’s Island) even it’s quite obvious i was there


“And what we talk about? No clue”


Truely the LORD was with us in power

Broke fast at about 10pm

Joined in a wonderful time of all

nite prayer meeting

The great peace of God flooded my soul

I can’t refrain from praising and adoration

Truly He is worthy of all glory,

power and honor and majesty

Amen and Amen

Praise the LORD!!!

A thousand thanks for His wonderful grace in saving and using a wretched soul like me


Calvin further comment:

That was in year 1979, more than 43 years ago. Our hearts felt strangely warm and once again fire came into our souls

40 years seem to be a short time as the Work of God is eternal and will last on till eternity to eternity

Now who were the 4 consecrators. The diary did not record their names. But from distant memory we could recall two from the photos

  1. Sis Yee Cheng Sim (KL JSM)
  2.  Sis Tan Suan Ho (Penang JSM)

3 and 4 were who???



Above two consecrators in that 1979 Camp

Sitting 2nd Row  at number 5 from right is Sister Yee Cheng Sim (Where are you now sister?)

For Sister Tan Suan Ho please look at very last row standing from left number four is bro Elisha Yee Bee Chong

And right in front of Bee Chong (Half hidden view) is Sis Tan Suan Ho (Where are you now?)


And this was the consecration song of the Camp on that most blessed and MEMORABLE TIME OF HIS VISITATION



1 You have longed for sweet peace,
And for faith to increase,
And have earnestly, fervently prayed.
But you cannot have rest,
Or be perfectly blest,
Until all on the altar is laid.

Is your all on the altar of sacrifice laid?
Your heart does the Spirit control?
You can only be blest,
And have peace and sweet rest,
As you yield Him your body and soul.

2 Would you walk with the Lord
In the light of His Word,
And have peace and contentment alway?
You must do His sweet will
To be free from all ill–
On the altar your all you must lay. [Refrain]


3 Oh, we never can know
What the Lord will bestow
Of the blessings for which we have prayed,
Till our body and soul
He doth fully control,
And our all on the altar is laid. [Refrain]

4 Who can tell all the love
He will send from above,
And how happy our hearts will be made,
Of the fellowship sweet
We shall share at His feet
When our all on the altar is laid! [Refrain]



In that Glorious Camp

we changed the word “you” to a more personal application

it goes like this


Is MY all on the altar of sacrifice laid?
MY heart does the Spirit control?
I can only be blest,
And have peace and sweet rest,
As I yield Him my body and soul.





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