Sorry no experience of gorilla' s glue.
That's a trademark, we don't get with this name in France.
Whent there: Gorilla Glue - Gorilla Glue Family
They obviously have various formulas.
Most of glues ore stronger than most of woods
For using the good glue, you need to tell exactly what sort
of wood you want to glue.And if will be outdoors, indoors, or like for a boat.
I suspect some exotic wood to be plenty of oil that could make gluing difficult
or even a useless hope.
With difficult wood, some says you should make large scraches with a coarse rasp.
And then, with oily woods damp and clean the place for gluing with strong solvents.
Like acetone or thinner for cellulosic paint.
Those thinners are dangerous, most of them burns , explode, or can be very
hazardous for health.
Some of thinners in a close place would expose to danger of death in terms of minutes.
So be carrefull , do it outdoors if you do so.
For small things outdoors i would use epoxy.
Polyester two components not bad it's in use for car body repairs and sails assemblies.
for a large thing like a gate i use polyurethane glue.
It's yellow, it stinks, you got trouble cleaning ,it expands a litle, makes bubbles, and stays soft , awfull , but stands well in the weather.
A few links: The Truth About Polyurethane Glue | Popular Woodworking Magazine What is Polyurethane Glue?
The best way might be to make a strong assembly at first, like tenon, mortice and
dowell, dovetail or screw or any combination and then put a litlle glue.
All those glues are hazardous chemicals, use gloves, be carefull with dust.