Rev Isaac Osei-Bonsu, popularly referred to as Rev OB, is a Ghanaian preacher and founder of the Moments of Glory Prayer Army. Rev OB is seen as a revivalist whose ministry has brought out the awakening of the Body of Christ to prayer in Ghana and around the globe. His passion as a young preacher was to pray for revival in the Body of Christ, not knowing God was preparing him to lead such a revival in the nations.

Today's Bible Verse

Confession for Today

Luke 12:15 “And he said to them, ‘Take care, and be on your guard against all covetousness, for one’s life does not consist in the abundance of his possessions’”.

Amid life’s uncertainties, finding contentment can feel like an elusive pursuit. As we navigate through the seasons of waiting, the longing for answers and resolutions can consume our thoughts and rob us of peace. Yet, amidst the depths of the unknown, there lies an opportunity to cultivate contentment within our souls. As a spiritual discipline, contentment requires a shift in our perspective and an intentional choice to trust in God’s timing and provision. It is not merely the absence of dissatisfaction but rather a state of being fully satisfied with what we have been given, even when our circumstances are far from ideal. 1 Timothy 6:6-8 says, “But godliness with contentment is great gain, for we brought nothing into the world, and we cannot take anything out of the world. But if we have food and clothing, with these, we will be content.” T

o cultivate contentment, we must first acknowledge the reality of our desires and longings. It is natural to want answers, resolutions, and a sense of control over our lives. However, when we allow these desires to consume us, they can become stumbling blocks on our journey toward contentment. It is through surrendering these desires to God that true contentment begins to take root. In the depths of the unknown, we often find ourselves confronted with the need for patience. Waiting is not easy, especially when we yearn for clarity and direction.

Yet, as we embrace the spiritual discipline of contentment, we come to understand that waiting can be a season of growth and transformation. In the waiting, our faith is tested, our character is refined and our dependence on God deepens.

Confession for Today

I decree and declare to cultivate a heart of contentment through the power of God in the mighty name of Jesus.