How we relate

We have 5 senses to be able to relate to this world. They are sight, smell, hearing, taste and touch. These senses are always gathering information. The information is stored in the largest computer on earth, our brain. And we can retrieve this information at most any time. If we train our brain, we can use it more efficiently than any computer. But our senses are multi-tasked to provide information to our spirit man. So, we can gather information, both earthly and spiritual. And sometimes they crossover to each other. But why would God make us this way? The answer is simple. So, we can relate to God and our world around us. God didn’t make us to leave us alone. He wanted us to be able to relate or recognize Him. He wanted us to see who God really is. We learn by processing information and applying it. Why would God want us to relate to Him? The one thing that God didn’t give us is power to change our lives. He reserved that for Him to dispense to us. Again, why? Because He wanted us to relate to Him. God is more than willing to help us with anything. But it comes with a relationship with God. As He said in John 3:16, “For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believed would have everlasting life.” It is all about relating to God Himself.


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