Are you aware of God’s strength? Do you know the things He can do for you and for others? If your answer is a yes, then it may be possible that you have trusted God your whole life because you know what He can do for you. However, if you answered no, perhaps you are in doubt, and you haven’t opened up your heart to God yet.
God is capable of many things. No matter who we are or whatever we have done, God still loves us. That is one of God’s powers. He loves us unconditionally that He sacrificed His own son for the forgiveness of our sins. Even if we run away and hide, He will find us and help us. That is how caring God is.
Elvis Presley’s Version of “It Is No Secret (What God Can Do)”
“It Is No Secret (What God Can Do)” was recorded by Elvis Presley in 1957. His single became a part of his Christmas album, Elvis’ Christmas Album. The song was never released as a single, therefore, it never secured a spot on the country chart. However, his album was three times platinum-certified by RIAA. Furthermore, it was also certified by other recording industry outside of the US.
The Song’s Content
The song was written in the 1950s by Stuart Hamblen. It tells us of God’s power and strength. It draws us a picture of what God can do when we need Him. In addition, it reminds us that whatever may be bothering us is nothing. We only have to ask God for help, and He will lend us a helping hand.
Often, we let our miseries or troubles get in our way of letting God take control of things. Instead of setting our problems aside, and focus on solving the problem with God, we immediately overthink about it. But, “It Is No Secret (What God Can Do)” serves to let us know that we should let God take control of everything and not hide away from Him.
Be inspired by this Southern gospel song by Elvis Presley.
Elvis Presley, Elvis' Christmas Album, It is No Secret (What God Can Do)
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