16 minutes | Jun 28, 2020

Why Does God Appear to be "Hidden" When He Has The Power to Reveal Himself?

As humans in a physical world, we experience and interpret everything through our five senses. That makes knowing and experiencing God limited to what we can perceive through those five senses. The issue with that is that we cannot directly see, taste, smell, hear, or touch God in the physical sense. An analogy I’ve heard before to describe our experience with God is that you can’t see the wind, but you know what the wind is by what it does. You can look at the effects of the wind; you can hear the roar of the wind, feel the wind touch against your body, smell scents from other places because of the wind bringing them to you, and I suppose if something blows into your mouth, you can taste it too! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tacotuesdaytheology/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tacotuesdaytheology/support
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