“Walk on water,” he told me on the 5th of January. He was having an angiogram.
All went well.
Last night when I saw him, I asked him, “Do you remember telling me to walk on water?”
He said, “Yes.”
“Now,” I said, “it’s your turn.”
I know we walked on water together. For a time. But then his spirit ascended and mine remains.
My darling husband, I know you rest in peace.
17.05.1958 – 10.03.2021
A fine and godly man.
59 replies on “Letting Go”
I am so saddened by your loss Sarah. I’ll continue praying as you walk the road of loss and grief. May God’s mighty arms of love enfold you.
I receive that prayer, Nancy. Thank you. Shalom and GOD bless.
Oh Sarah, as I have said on other Rev TV posts, I am so shocked and sad to know that Alan has gone home to heaven. Such a great loss to the world, but such a blessing for heaven. My love and prayers for comfort to you and your family. God Bless and keep you….xxx
Amen and thank you, Betty-Ann. Every blessing to you.
So sorry to hear that Alan is gone!
We know he is now with the Lord!
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
I have thought of you Ray and Ginette, through the battle for Alan’s recovery. It is so good to write to you to say thank you. Every blessing, Sarah
Dear Sarah, what a lovely poem. Alan , you and Jordan, are all dearly loved, and Val and I send our love and prayers to you and Jordan at this very sad time. We are so glad the one day, soon I believe, we will all meet up in Heaven, and Jesus Christ will wipe away all of our tears. With love, Richard and Val 🙂 xxx
Bless you, Richard. One day we will all be together in that one place, with Jesus at the centre and Alan and we not far away.
Our sincere and heart felt prayers. May the Lord keep you in peace and in His full embrace. Sincerely, Your brother in Christ Gary.
Bless you, Gary. Indeed, Jesus is close. I realise all those who have been praying for Alan for weeks are now praying for my family. I am so blessed.
Alan was indeed a fine godly man. Now with Jesus. May God comfort and keep you Sarah. You and Jordan. In due course may thoughts of Alan cause you to smile.
Bless you, Funmi. God is still good! Amen.
Alan was a good man and I cherish the conversations we shared on the father/son camping trips. He had such a crazy broad background and the way he shared that weaved a tapestry that was absolutely fascinating. Loved the time I shared with him.
Thank you, Jim, for honouring him with your thoughtful words. He was a dear friend. Every blessing to you.
May God comfort you and the family at this time. Deepest condolences with much love to you.
A beautiful soul, will be missed by all who heard his gentle voice and wise words. Kurt and I send love and pray for great comfort for you and Jordan. May the way ahead be open, may the newness of your loss be undergirded with God’s strength and vision for the future.
Amen, Melanie, may it all be so. Thank you.
Thank you, dear Dot. He fought the good fight and he finished his race. Hallelujah!
Thank you and the LORD bless you, Dot.
God bless you with Gods, peace and comfort as you grieve the loss of your beloved husband. Our deepest condolences, love and prayers sent to you.
Bless you, Jennifer, and thank you. May GOD’s peace rest upon us all.
“PRECIOUS IN THE EYES OF THE LORD ARE THE DEATH OF HIS SAINTS” and “UNLESS A SEED DIES AND FALLS, HOW CAN THERE BE A GREAT HARVEST?” We pray for a mighty harvest of souls to be brought into the Kingdom of God, asa direct result of the life and work of Alan Tun. May he rest in Peace, until you are reunited, and then Forevermore. In Christ’s invincible Name. Amen.
Thank you, Bryan, thank you for that prayer and may it be so. Amen.
Regarding our brother Alan and sister Sarah in our King Fisher Yeshua – Jesus. I speak from the heart of my faith, once aboard a worldly fishing boat, I fished the Ocians and North Sea, unaware of the supernatural of Elohim or Jesus? Who I asked in hope? As for this not to be our day we go back home above. Suddenly we were safe in the eye of the storms, this evoked the worldly man within me, as I considered this shalom in a time of great stress, is a coincidence.
Years later Elohim spoke into the heart of this born again Jew? Through the ministry of both Sarah and Allans ministries! Who in the greatest storm in their lives, were like the Sparrows in God His created hedge! in the eye of Lord Elohim Adonia through Yeshua – Jesus.
From the the heart of Israel in our Olive Tree, I am grateful to Elohim in Yeshua, for you both fulfilling His purpose in your lives, Sarah and Allan shalom my friends.
I have learned, in the storm, to keep our eyes on Jesus. Alan would and will forever be doing that, teaching that and enjoying that. Hallelujah!
Whilst there will be rejoicing in Heaven, many are left behind with a heavy heart.
A friend, a mighty man of God, a wonderful teacher of the scriptures, he will be dreadfully missed.
Dear Sarah, I weep with you and for you. I commend you for your strength, faith and unfailing commitment to the Lord Jesus. Alan would be proud of you – is proud of you – and whilst parting is such sweet sorry, you will surely dance with him again.
God bless you my friend and keep you in perfect peace at this difficult time.
All my love Anna
Thank you. All you say is true. Bless the LORD O my soul and all that is within me, bless His holy name.
Dearest Sarah… I write to you with a very heavy heart… I am very saddened by the death of your beloved husband Alan… He was a brilliant Bible scholar and even read out a prayer request for me live on Revelation TV during Word and Prayer for my good friend Mia Murillo who was suffering from Chronic Mercury Poisoning at the time… He will be flying high on golden wings and kissed by Angels… May he rest in peace… It’s the best place ever… It’s called Heaven…
Amen Henryk. The grace of GOD was truly manifested in and through our Alan. Praise the LORD that our loss is heaven’s gain.
There’s an opportune time to do things, a right time for everything on the earth.
A right time for birth and another for death,
A right time to plant and another to reap,
A right time to kill and another to heal,
A right time to destroy and another to construct,
A right time to cry and another to laugh,
A right time to lament and another to cheer,
A right time to make love and another to abstain,
A right time to embrace and another to part,
A right time to search and another to count your losses,
A right time to hold on and another to let go,
A right time to rip out and another to mend,
A right time to shut up and another to speak up,
A right time to love and another to hate,
A right time to wage war and another to make peace.
Your in my prayers Sarah & Jordan and your family during this hard time in a season of your lives, may God grant you peace and a knowing that you will all see one another again one day.
Love and Hugs
Dearest Kelly, yes, thank you and Amen.
Sarah may the Lord richly comfort you, may Alan’s memory remain for blessings, Amen
Yes, so many blessings, so many memories, so much love. Bless you and praise GOD for Alan’s wonderful life.
With love, friendship and sincere sympathy my thoughts and prayers are with you and the family.
Bless you. This loss is for everyone who knew or even simply who prayed for Alan’s recovery. But my loss is His gain.
Dear Sara, awww~ so sorry to hear about this. My heart goes out to you. The Lord is with you…and so is my prayer.
My heart goes out to you. The Lord is with you…and so is my prayer.
Thank you, thank you. Yes, the LORD’s presence is with me, in my house, with my family. Thank you and praise the LORD.
Special words Sarah.
As Billy Graham said. ‘One day people will tell you I am dead. Don’t believe them. I am not dead, I have just changed my address.’
We have so many precious memories of Alan, especially from the years we spent together in Spain. Sarah, we honour you for your unshakeable faith and strength, which obviously comes from the Lord.
We continue to pray for you, Jordan, Izzy and all Alan’s family. Much love.
I learned so much about faith from Alan, and what a blessing he has been to all of us. Thank you dear Ian and Janice.
So sorry Sarah at the news of Alan’s death May the LORD guide you and strengthen you at this sad time
Bless you and thank you, Jessie.
We mourn because we cannot see him anymore. We rejoice because he is in a perfect place.
Amen. Said well!
So sorry Sarah at the news of Alan’s death May the LORD guide you and strengthen you at this sad time
To Sarah and Allan
I am grateful all so that Jesus, has payed the cost of a loved ones parting… An inheritance which only those in the will of our God Elohm receive and simply believe.
After the loss of my wife, I just could not explain my loss, as you said Sarah? To complete this poem, in a spiritual sence for my wife to again.
A PARTINGS TOLL
I am a wound yet cannot feel it’s pain;
knowing one wing will fly again.
Oh! Giliad Your parchment is addressing;
lifting me closer to Your blessing.
My tears have turned into a brook;
hold me, as I dare stoop to chance a look.
Clearly know I cannot see;
yet my beloved is closer to me.
I see reflections of what could of been a partings toll;
half of me that once was whole.
God bless you Sarah and Jordan
You say it so well, Kenny. The LORD bless you and keep you… Shalom.
Joan and I were shocked to hear of Alan’s passing. We knew him as a Bible teacher on RevTV with an insight that was worth listening to. May you and your son be comforted by all the happy memories you have of a loving godly husband, father and friend. ‘Thy will be done.’
Thank you. Yes, we see darkly but then we will see in clear fullness. Alan is seeing with greatest clarity now. Bless you.
Dear Sarah, I mourn with you and Jordan at your loss. Praise God for the hope we have to see our loved ones again and worship God with them in heaven. I will remember Alan as a kind and godly man, unwavering in his faith and commitments. He has surely left a godly legacy wherever he has lived and worked.
Oh Sarah, a huge hug from the girls and I. We will be praying for you and Jordan.
“I will take refuge in the shadow of your wings until the disaster has passed.” -Psalm 57:1 ❤️
So right, Miriam. Bless you and thank you.
It was with great sadness that Jim and I learned of your loss. We know you will continue to walk on water with your eyes fixed upon Jesus, the Author and finished of our faith. “The one whom the Lord loves rests between His shoulders” Much love and sympathy to you and Jordan xx
My loss is heavens gain and as we love the leader of heaven, so we accept his choices. Bless you, Margaret.
-Dear Sarah and family,
I am so sorry to hear that you lost your beloved Alan, I never had the privilege to meet him but I know he was a Godly man and he loved you and you loved him. You have many loving memories to cherish and Jesus is not only your saviour but is your friend, he is there for you and will bring comfort and will fill the empty spot. He covenant promise is he is the great I AM and a friend that sticks closer than friend. I am here for you Sarah.
Bless you, Cathy. And Amen.
Sarah, I’m sure you will not remember me, but we met when Alan was working in my Compliance team at Paribas and you were living fairly close by. Alan had briefly worked for me at the SFA and later, when I became a consultant, the roles reversed and he kindly employed me for a couple of brief projects at Danske Bank. Denise told me of his passing and I was shocked and saddened. Alan was nothing short of a true gentleman, always ready to give advice and happy to stand behind his conviction. My thoughts are with you and I’m sure that there are many other members of the Compliance community that join with me in honouring his memory. With best wishes, Peter
I do remember you, Peter, best as Alan always spoke so highly of you. Thank you for thinking to write to me. Every blessing to you. Should you wish view his funeral it will be live streamed and visible afterwards.https://tmc-church.org.uk/preacher/tun-alan/ Sarah
Thank you Sarah. I will definitely view his funeral and pay my respects to a very fine man.
So pleased, so pleased indeed, that you make this time for Alan. He would be delighted.