Renowned International Gospel Artiste, Jojo Immanuel-Lawson, a British/Ghanaian has
released a new official music video for “Let There Be” A Change in the Atmosphere, a track
off his debut album, ‘Speak Lord’.
The compelling lyrics and performance of “Let There Be” speak to our need for God to have
His way in this place right now, and ask Him to ‘Let There Be’ A Change In The Atmosphere.
It is an intimate, heartfelt encounter moment with God in worship. It highlights mankind’s
constant need for God. Certainly an essential prayer for our world today.
The music sums up the cry of nations in the current Coronavirus pandemic where, in the
face of an invisible common enemy, all we can do is to petition for the invisible hand of God
to shift this load and cloud of fear, uncertainty and total helplessness of humanity away and
to bring a desperate change in the atmosphere.
The music also speaks of the desperation of the soul of mankind, when humanity finds itself
in situations where human intervention is meaningless and a true change can only emanate
from the supernatural hand of the Almighty God. A deep cry and prayer for change in the
atmosphere of operation of mankind.
Jojo Immanuel-Lawson is a firm believer that
atmosphere is everything.
Jojo Immanuel-Lawson is a renowned award-winning Gospel Artiste, Evangelist, Conference
Speaker, Author, Mentor, Radio Presenter and President of CPals Men’s Network to
mention a few. He is a passionate servant of Christ who has traveled and ministered in
music and the Word of God for over 30 years across the world in few countries such as
Brazil, Portugal, Philippines, Switzerland, USA, Germany, Italy and in over 200 churches
across the United Kingdom. Jojo Immanuel-Lawson is well known for his signature
statement “God takes all the Glory and Christ is exalted”.
“Let There Be” the official music video is available to view now on Jojo Immanuel-Lawson’s
YouTube channel, and his Speak Lord album is available for download from multiple
channels, including iTunes, Google Play, and Spotify.
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