Coming soon to a couch near you! We’ve been booking some intimate home shows in the Portland area this summer and are looking for some more homes to invade. So if you would like to host an Acoustic Living Room Concert please let us know!
Fans of Brandon Heath and Tenth Avenue North will enjoy this rocking reminder that God is our Jehovah Jireh, our provider. We don’t need to worry, because he knows and takes care of our needs before we even know what to ask for.
This is another new single from the upcoming full-length release, “White”. Once again, Dawson, has teamed up with the amazing Nick Garrett-Powell who recorded and produced the track as well as playing electric guitar, bass and singing additional harmonies. Nick even managed to get Dawson to sing some of his own harmonies on this song and they were joined by the fantastic Jim Sitter on drums.
This song is a reminder that God is our Jehovah Jireh, our provider. As Paul says in Philippians “I have learned the secret of being content in any and every situation, whether well fed or hungry, whether living in plenty or in want.” The song also pulls from Matthew 6 where it admonishes us to pay heed to how God cares even for the birds of the air and provides for their needs. How much more will He, and has He already done for us?!
“And my God will meet all your needs according to the riches of his glory in Christ Jesus.”
This is also my 100th YouTube video! Thanks to everyone for supporting my music and this channel!
The single is available on Amazon and iTunes. You can find out more in my discography here: Jehovah Jireh – Single
Lyric Video produced by: Dawson Cowals
Photography by: Rayleigh Leavitt
Location: Grace Bible Church, Portland, OR
(The photoshoot was awhile ago when they used to have the bright purple doors which have now been sanded down to a natural wood color.)
Lord, help me to rely on You
Lean not on my own understanding
Deny myself and choose
To pick up my cross and follow
For I have learned the secret
Of being content in all things
Is in You
Lord, You are, oh, my provider
And I’ll not want for anything
More than anything all I want is You
You said to ask and seek and knock
And the door would be opened
To seek first the kingdom of God
And all shall be added
For the birds of the air neither sow nor they reap
Yet you always take care of them
So much more have you done for me, Lord
Just like Abraham needed a lamb
The woman at the well more than water to drink
So you always know every single need
Before I even speak
All I want is You
All I need is You
All I want is You
Philippians 4:11-13, 19; Matthew 6:7-8, 25-34; Genesis 22:1-19; John 4:1-42; Romans 8:26-27
Copyright © 2006 Dawson Cowals.