A Reminder of Who Our Provider Is| Posted February 17, 2020 What You Need To Know Cade Thompson is a talented 19-year-old singer/songwriter, who recently signed with Red Street Records, a new record label owned by Rascall Flatts' Jay DeMarcus. Cade has been in love with music ever since he was a toddler. And, felt God calling him into music during his early teen years. While Cade was an independent artist, he released powerful and encouraging songs like "Almost Dawn," "Voices," and others. Under Red Street Records, he recently released his new song, "Provider." And, and it has already made its way to radio stations across the country.
What it Sounds Like As soon as I heard "Provider," it instantly became my new favorite song. The lyrics contain truths that we all need to be reminded of. The lyrics, the vocals, and the melody all tie together into an overall, well-produced, and well-written song. Cade, wrote the song with Ross King, Carter Frodge, and Bryan Fowler. Together, the four of them wrote an incredible song that you'll want on repeat all day.
Spiritual Highlights So often in life we aren't content with what we have. We keep wanting more: more material things, more love, more value, and more. In the end, nothing will satisfy the God-sized hole in our hearts except for Him. We can fill it with worthless things, but nothing will satisfy until we have God, our provider. The song speaks so clearly of this, and truly is a reminder to turn to Jesus instead of to meaningless things. Because Jesus is all we will ever need. "Why am I clutching and grabbing at all the things that I don't have when You've given me everything?/Why am I stuck in my feelings thinking I know what I deserve when the answer is clear to me?/'Cause what You give me, Lord, is more than I desire/You're my provider."
Final Word If this is just a preview of more new music to come from Cade, it seems like we're going to be in for a treat. I absolutely love this song, and it's definitely worth a listen. You can hear "Provider" now on K-LOVE Radio, and other stations to come. You can start streaming the song on Spotify February 21st.