A God inspired collection of reflective meditations for a busy week.
Hello! my name is Yetunde Iriah, my close friends call me “Yetty.” I started this blog in November 2015, a difficult time in my life. I prefer to say that I stumbled into it as I was journaling one Monday morning when the name ‘Monday Morning Coffee’ just jumped out at me!
Monday Morning Coffee is a God-inspired collection of lighthearted reflective messages to start off your busy week ahead, and it has been an absolute pleasure to serve my steaming hot ‘Monday Morning Coffee’ to friends like you all over the world.every week via Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp and LinkedIn.
Aside from blogging, my passion in life is to encourage others to live out their dreams and fulfil their purpose in Christ. I am a Child Psychiatrist by profession, I am married to Paul Iriah and have four lovely children.
My hobbies are blogging, baking and sewing.
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Happy Monday people? If you or your loved ones are ill at this time, I pray the Lord’s healing over your home this morning.
Isaiah 60 talks about a time when the world will be covered by darkness; we are in that time now people! The season where everything that we have held dear is failing and the future is not guaranteed.
If we have been sleepwalking through life then it’s time to wake up and shine! It’s time for us to be the light we were created to be.
In the midst of all the conspiracy theories that abound, are you that lone voice of hope pointing others to the Lord? Are you praying for a harvest of souls and for God’s mercy to prevail over the land?
No matter how dark the sky is, the stars still shine!…. You are one of them! Shine!
Lastly, wake up! Eternity beckons!…Where will you spend it?
Attention all people-pleasers! Do you struggle to say “No” to others even when it hurts you? If this is your case, you may have an approval addiction.
People will NEVER be satisfied and just like any other addiction, approval addiction puts you into bondage from which you will struggle to free yourself; it traps you! The reality is that not everyone will like you….. and they don’t have to!
Sadly approval addiction places us in a dilemma between pleasing God and pleasing man and we end up pleasing man! ….To our own detriment!
Paul said “I’m not trying to win the approval of people, but of God. If pleasing people were my goal, I would not be Christ’s servant.”(Gal 1:10)
Happy Monday people! For my last birthday I was treated to a photoshoot with complimentary makeup. Modern makeup artists are so skilled at covering facial imperfections, that one ends up with a brand new face!
I have a few freckles on my cheeks, which thankfully I am able to hide with my concealer. People say I have such a flawless face ….. I wish! Women wear weaves, fake nails, fake eyelashes and fake everything else while men cover bald patches with fake hair and wear those vests that give a semblance of a six-pack! ….All in a bid to hide our insecurities.
We serve a God to whom nothing is hidden. He sees every flaw, every wrinkle and blemish. He has numbered the very strands of our hair (or wigs), and the Blood of Jesus does not cover up, it cleanses us completely!
“Though your sins are like scarlet, I will make them as white as snow….(Isaiah 1:18)
Happy Monday people! People with selective memory tend to focus on the negative events in their lives and forget the good times. Selective memory often leads to ingratitude.
After their supernatural rescue from Egypt, the children of Israel grumbled at the very first sign of difficulty; they threw a huge tantrum like a dog who lost a bone! Sadly they had forgotten so soon.
Today most Christians are grumblers, committing the exact same sin. We focus on our immediate wants and forget how God has preserved our life and met our needs all these years.
Grumbling is contagious, and sadly we are now raising a generation of grumblers; children with an ultra-sense of entitlement!
Have you also forgotten so soon? Look! ….See God’s footprints all over your life….And show some gratitude!