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May 03, 2015

Ep.864: So, How Does Jesus Get You Going?

How our five senses relate to our five spiritual senses

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CHAPTERS

[00:15:52]
What is the first, most basic spiritual sense?


[00:31:35]
What spiritual sense is built upon perception?


[00:46:52]
What do we mean by spiritual smell?


[01:02:25]
What does taking action mean spiritually?


[01:18:28]
Which sense reflects the highest spiritual experience?


Theme Scripture: Psalms 34:8

It is a truly amazing thing to look at the intricacy and detail with which we are created. God not only blessed us with reasoning minds, He gave us the ability to experience the world around us through our five senses. Each of these five senses is a full experience in itself and putting them together can be truly remarkable. What if these five physical senses were a template for pathways to spiritual learning and growth? What if we could better understand and apply the teachings of Jesus by realizing how to use spiritual sight, hearing, smell, touch and taste? Stay with us!

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