[Music + Lyrics] In Your Courts – David Nkennor ft. Dera Richards

In Your Courts by David Nkennor ft. Dera Richards

Anointed gospel music minister based in Nigeria, David Nkennor releases a brand new and powerful song titled “In Your Courts” featuring Dera Richards.

This song succinctly captures the heart and words of the Psalmist in Psalm 84 about his desire for the presence of God.

He says, “For a day in Your courts is better than a thousand” (Psalm 84:10). “Blessed are those who dwell in Your house; for they will still be praising You” (Psalm 84:4).

It is a song of worship and consecration.

“This song will usher in a rain of God’s tangible presence in your life, home and space as you worship along in Jesus name.” – David says.

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Lyrics: In Your Courts By David Nkennor ft. Dera Richards

Verse 1:
I’ve found a home, I’ve found a place
And I’ve discovered a resting place
Oh how my soul is satisfied
Right here, in Your Courts oh Lord

Verse 2:
Here on this Altar, I have found rest
And like a sparrow, I’ve found a nest
Oh what a joy it is to dwell
Right here, in Your Courts oh Lord

Chorus:
May this Altar be our dwelling
Fill our hunger and our thirsting
We receive Your grace and glory
Standing right here in Your Courts

Verse 3:
For a day, here in Your Courts
Is better than a thousand more
For what You give, I’d rather be
Right here, in Your Courts oh Lord

Coda:
Blessed are those who dwell in Your house
For they will still be praising you

We choose to live right here
We choose to be right here
We choose to stay right here
We choose to dwell right here

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