The Camouflage

Monday Morning Coffee©️

Happy Monday good people!

“If you want to see the sunshine, you have to weather the storm!”- Frank Lane

It is true that storms we face are often just a camouflage.

Our best times are often dressed up in hard times as they draw us closer to God.

When God wants to teach us patience He watches us deal with that unruly teenager or difficult spouse!

When friends and family suddenly desert you, promotion is around the corner.

“Yet what we suffer now is nothing compared to the glory he will reveal to us later. “ Rom 8:18

Remember, David’s victory was dressed up as a Goliath….Perhaps yours is too!

Good morning.

By Yetty Iriah

Monday Morning Coffee©️2015

5 thoughts on “The Camouflage

  1. I am very blessed always with your MMC. Perhaps God doesn’t give us a difficult spouse or unruly teenager. Maybe we learn patience as he helps us deal with what Satan is trying to corrupt. 1Cor10:13.

    David’s gift was indeed dressed up as a Goliath… I wonder how many of our gifts are dressed up this way. We shall be victorious against all Goliaths of our day IJN. Amen.

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    1. I love that expression that David ‘gift’ was dressed up as Goliath!
      May the Lord give us eyes to see the Giants in our lives as gifts! Or bread for us to devour!God bless

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  2. So true! I have s situation driving me nuts right now. Your MMC message is making me have a rethink. God is not through with teaching me indeed. The analogies brought it right home that’s indeed the sunshine beckons after the storm.

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  3. So true! I have s situation driving me nuts right now. Your MMC message is making me have a rethink. God is not through with teaching me indeed. The analogies brought it right home that’s indeed the sunshine beckons after the storm.

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  4. This piece spoke to my present situation this morning. Thank you very much my dear sister for reiterating this salient aspect of the Good News. God bless you real good.

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