The album is the 11th of the group in their over 20 years of dedicated life of inspiring gospel music in the country and across the world.
The album has eight tracks including Yehowa, Maranatha, Wo Nnim a Ennye Yie, Aseda, Emmerane, Osoro Montie, Aseda Nnwom and Instrumentals Maranatha.
The new album is to create a platform for gospel music fans to enjoy thrilling soul-touching performances from the group.
The group in an interview with the Ghana News Agency said the strength of every venture is masterminded by the hands of God for success, hence the title of the song, which means without the presence of God nothing is possible.
They said it is their conviction that the song will touch the hearts of many souls for Christ and heal the sick as well.
“Our songs had over the years been instrumental in enriching Christianity and serves as praise and worship tools to the body Christ.”
Bishop Mathew Addae-Mensah, founder and head pastor of Gospel Light International Church, launching the album, said the group started in the early 1980s.
He said they became Daughters of Glorious Jesus in 1989, when one Reverend Akwasi Asare saw the great talent and potential in them and gave them all the needed support.
Bishop Addae-Mensah said through the exceptional support of Rev Asare, Daughters of Glorious Jesus recorded their first album in Europe in 1990 and won 30 awards.