Jordan Smith might have secured the crown on 'The Voice' long before the show is even finished.

You ready to go to church? Because you're about to.

Sharing a testimony that many of us can relate to, Smith wowed the judges, the crowd and millions watching with an explosive cover of the popular hymn, 'Great is Thy Faithfulness' on the show Monday night.

Smith, who is currently in the top 12, told the judges the song brought back memories of "growing up and singing in church with my family."

“God provides,” Smith told the judges. “He’s like, ‘I’m going to do everything for you, all you have to do is wake up every morning and be who you are.’”

The judges reciprocated Smith's feelings.

“Coming off the weekend and the horrible things that happened over in Paris and just kind of having a heavy hear the last few days, thank you for that,” country superstar and judge Blake Shelton said.

Smith's recording of the song reached No. 2 on iTunes within an hour of his performance, trailing only "Hello" by pop megastar Adele.