"Borrow (One Day At A Time)," the new single from Black River Christian artist and songwriter Josh Wilson, is being heard around the U.S. and making an impact with every listen. The song, which he was inspired to write based on his own personal struggles with anxiety and panic attacks, was co-written with James Tealy (Lauren Daigle, Kari Jobe).
Upon release to radio, "Borrow (One Day At A Time)" received an astounding 25 adds its first week at radio. It can be heard on such stations as Family Life Radio, WONU/Chicago, KXOJ/Tulsa, WJIE/Louisville, KZTH/Oklahoma City, and WBDX/Chattanooga, to name just a few. The song was produced by Jordan Sapp and is found on Wilson's new EP, Don't Look Back.
Wilson recently shared the meaning of his new single with CCMMagazine.com. Based on the phrase “don’t borrow trouble,” that today has enough trouble of its own so there’s no need to borrow any from tomorrow, Wilson explains to readers, "I’m finding that this song resonates with many people in the recovery community, as the mantra for those who struggle with addiction is 'one day at a time.' Even if we don’t struggle with addiction to a substance or negative behavior, 'one day at a time' is not a bad motto for any person of faith. Jesus never promised us life would be easy. In fact, he said in this world we will have trouble. But right after that, he reminds us that he has overcome the world. So even though I still deal with anxiety, I put my trust in the One who has overcome the world, knowing that He is with me in every dark moment, through every high and every low."
Josh Wilson will be sharing this song live, as well as so many more of his other hits and songs from the new EP, while on tour this spring through the fall at various headlining and special events.