“Tick-Tock”…Goes the Clock!

Monday Morning Coffee©️

Happy Monday people!

What has the Lord asked you to do that you keep putting off?

Over the weekend I stumbled on a rather touching and poignant account of the life and times of late Archbishop Benson Idahosa, a foremost Nigerian pentecostal preacher.

The late Archbishop had prepared for his death months before it happened. As a matter of fact he had told his wife that he had finished everything that God had asked him to do!

What a testimony! Surely this was a man that had lived ready and died empty.

Paul also said “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith” (2Tim 4:7)

Will this also be our testimony? Or are we going to continue to live life as if we will be here for ever?

This morning kindly do a little introspection.

Remember! Time is precious….The clock is ticking!

Good morning.

By Yetty Iriah

Monday MorningCoffee©️2018

All That Drama!

Monday Morning Coffee©️

Happy Monday people!

Drama always makes the headlines. Won’t life be so boring without a little drama now and again ?

Our God also has a penchant for the dramatic. God likes an audience, I call Him the “show-off” God.

As if the burning bush and ten plagues were not dramatic enough, the parting of the Red Sea was a display of epic proportions, defying all logic and drowning Pharoah and his army in one fell swoop! It must have been headline news.

If God allowed shortcuts, we will take the credit for our achievements, so instead He takes us the long, hard and windy way so He can put up a show!

“But I will harden Pharaoh’s heart so that I may multiply My signs and My wonders in the land of Egypt.”

-Exodus 7:3

Are you faced with a Red Sea situation? Get ready, the show has just begun!

Something is about to go down!…..We are watching!

Good Morning.

By Yetty Iriah

Monday Morning Coffee ©️2018

It’s That Time Again!

Monday Morning Coffee©️

Happy Monday people!

What’s happening in our world – fires raging in California, an earthquake in Indonesia yesterday, drought, famine, heatwaves etc; signs of the end time.

In the midst of the misery, it’s also vacation time for most of us; time to let our hair down, relax and recharge. There will be travelling, meeting new people, and exploring new cultures.

Vacations can also be times of temptation and there is a tendency for us to let our guard down, take our eyes off the clock and disregard the significance of the signs around us.

Remember King David was faced with the greatest temptation of his life at a time when he felt most at peace; while other kings were at war. (2 Samuel 11:1-27)

So as we enjoy our summer, let us also be on guard, mindful of who we are and the season we live in…..Lest we lose our crowns!

Take Jesus on holiday with you!

Happy Holidays!

By Yetty Iriah

Monday Morning Coffee©️2015

Exclusively You!

Monday Morning Coffee©️

Happy Monday People!

Growing up we all had our hero’s and role models, people we looked up to and admired. We tried to talk, act and in some cases look like them, but disappointingly at best all we ended up being was a fake copy of them!

I listened to evangelist and gospel comedian Mark Ritchie minister at our church yesterday. He admonished us to be the best that God created us to be using the illustration of David who tried to go to battle wearing Saul’s armour which was a very bad fit. All David needed to fight this battle were the five smooth stones he already had in his sling!

Each of us has been created an exclusive limited edition, with a unique gift. Being ourselves no doubt reveals our vulnerability and may expose us to ridicule. It’s easier just to conform and blend into the mediocrity around us!

It’s so sad to see so many spend precious years of their lives trying to live in someone else’s mould.

You were born to be an original!….Don’t die a copy!

Good morning.

By Yetty Iriah

Monday Morning Coffee©️2015 All Rights Reserved

Faith on a Tightrope

Monday Morning Coffee ©️

Happy Monday people!

One of my favourite movies is The Walk, a biographical drama based on the true story of Philippe Petit’s walk on a tightrope between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Centre. This movie will keep you at the edge of your seat!

God will often take us through the valley of the shadow of death to test our faith, sadly most of us fail here!

It’s so easy to trust God for our finances when we still have a balance on our credit card, and to trust God for healing when faced with an illness we know is not terminal.

Abraham raised his hand to strike Isaac, the three Hebrew boys were prepared to be roasted in fire and Daniel was ready to be mauled by the hungry lions.

Do we also have the courage to step out in faith and join Jesus on the tightrope?

We will never fall! …..Jesus never comes late for those who wait!

Good morning.

By Yetty Iriah

Monday Morning Coffee©️2015

We Don’t Need the Pulpit.

Monday Morning Coffee©

Happy Monday people!

Will you promise to impact one life this week?

Dorcas was a woman who lived in the city of Joppa, she was known for her acts of love towards the poor. Her unique calling was to clothe the widows in her community. Acts 9:36-42

There is a hungry dying world out there; individuals and groups of people with unique and complex needs.

Today God is looking for the foot soldiers, people who will work at the coal face and make a tangible difference.

Providing a hot meal and a blanket to that homeless man you see on your evening jog or setting up a support group for single mothers is more powerful than a rehearsed sermon before the congregation on Sunday!

We all have a calling but we don’t need to stand behind the pulpit to fulfil it!

Find your unique calling….And get to work!

Good morning.

By Yetty Iriah

Monday Morning Coffee©️2015

The Mystery in the Middle

Monday Morning Coffee©

Happy Monday people!

If you are reading this post this morning, I congratulate you for reaching the halfway mark of this year! I woke up this morning evaluating my journey so far and wondering where all the time had gone.

There is a mystery about the middle of any journey! The midway point is often a point of reflection; a point where most decide to turn back, and give up on their dreams.The middle part of the sea is the deepest part; the part where most ships sink…..Like men with a midlife crisis!

Jesus said to his disciples, “Let us go over to the other side” but midway there was a storm, the boat started sinking and the disciples panicked because they forgot Jesus was in the boat too. Mk 4:35

This morning I encourage you to keep going with that vision, it may not seem that you are making progress but the Lord who started with you at the beginning is with you in middle and will get you to the other side.

“….Forgetting what is behind….. I press on!” Phil 3:13

Well done!…. Keep going!….See you on the other side!

By Yetty Iriah

Monday Morning Coffee ©2015