Lawrence Decovenant – Let Your Glory Fill this Place

Lawrence & decovenant - let your glory fill this place

Off their live recording sessions in 2016 is this powerful worship song from Lawrence DeCovenant titled – Let Your Glory Fill this Place. This is a worship song asking for the glory of God. It is ideal for a ‘call to worship’ at church programmes.

Download and Enjoy this powerful song.

Download “Let your glory fill this place” Let%20your%20glory%20fill%20this%20place%20-%20Lawrence%20%26%20De'Covenant.mp3 – Downloaded 572 times – 6 MB


Let your presence fill this place

Let your anointing come and break every yoke

we need your power Lord, let you glory come

Fill this place, fill this place

We need your glory, your glory, glory


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Profile of Lawrence Decovenant

Lawrence & DeCovenant is a gospel music group with a divine mandate from God! According to James 1:27. Their vision is to reach out to the unreached through music. By the grace of God, they have a special mandate from God for the less privileged and widows, to assist in whatever capacity they are privileged to.

The band officially started in September 25th 2009, in a prayer camp meeting where they engaged God in a three day fasting and prayer. It was on the third day that God by Himself gave them the name “De Covenant”.

Lawrence Enweriku  (Lawrence DeCovenant ) is the privileged leader and visionary of DeCovenant Musical Entertainment also known as DeCovenant.

The group consist of 17 members 8 musicians and 9 vocalists. They have worked with a lot of  gospel artists, mentored by Sammie Okposo and have shared stage with the likes of Micah Stampley, Gabriel Eziashi, Sammie Okposo, Frank Edwards, Tosin Martins, Freke Umoh, Midnight crew to mention a few.

Lawrence & DeCovenant released their debut album in 2009 titled “Call Am Oga “and in 2014 they came out with another album titled “Grace “which includes songs like the popular “You are the reason , call am oga remix, oghene doh, African praise medley & Something.

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