Elvis Presley - It Is No Secret (What God Can Do)

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Arden Lambert

Updated

January 5, 2023

Updated

January 5, 2023

Updated

January 5, 2023

Stuart Hamblen, not Elvis Presley, sang and wrote the gospel song “It’s No Secret,” which was released in 1951. The original version of the song was also able to chart and gain popularity during its time, peaking at No. 8 on the country disc jockey chart.

Throughout the years, the song has served as an anthem to many and has been recorded by a slew of incredible artists. And one of them is none other than the king himself, Elvis Presley.

The king is well-known for his gospel songs, which are loved by many. That’s why, in 1957, when he chose to release his own rendition of the song on his album “Elvis’ Christmas Album,” people went crazy.

The song was written to remind us that God is always with us. He moves in strange ways. But he let us all deepen our relationship with him and others through prayer, obedience, and faith. The song simply serves as a simple musical reminder for all of us.

It tells us that regardless of our misdeeds or what we have done. He will always be on our side since it is no secret what God is capable of.

And because the song has a wide message that everyone can connect to, given Elvis’s popularity and amazing voice that gave a unique touch to the song, it rapidly became popular among many. As a result, it became one of Elvis Presley’s hit songs, which many people still listen to today.

So, if you want to remind yourself of God’s love, then listen to “It’s No Secret,” a wonderful song covered by Elvis Presley. You can listen to it right now down below.


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