SENSING GOD


We live in a multi-sensory world and the five senses – see, touch, taste, hear, smell – have been given to us as gifts from God right from the origins of creation. As such our senses can help us experience God and grow in our relationship with God. Through this series we will continually recognise the essential need of putting Jesus central to our lives so that we can truly sense God and the wonders of his relationship with us.


Part 1 – See

Psalms 50:16-21


This message is one part, of a five part series, on sensing God.
The question in focus is how do we see God?
The most important aspect of the answer to this question is to see God as he has shown himself to us in Christ.

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Part 2 – Touch

Luke 5:12-16


This message is part of a series on understanding God through our senses. The focus is the transforming touch of Jesus who is willing to identify with us in our sinfulness. The touch of Jesus we can use to bring transformation to the world.

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Part 3 – Taste

Psalms 34:1-8


This message is part of a series on understanding God through our senses. The focus is the transforming touch of Jesus who is willing to identify with us in our sinfulness. The touch of Jesus we can use to bring transformation to the world.

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Part 4 – Hearing

Jeremiah 33:2-3, Psalms 6:6-9, Romans 10:17


This message is the fourth in a series focusing on our five senses and how we use these senses to respond to God. The purpose of this message is to be reminded that we can get God’s attention in all circumstances and so we should not be slow to come into His presence.

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Part 5 – Smell

Genesis 8:18-22, Ephesians 5:1-2


This sermon is the last in a series which considers the five senses and how our senses help us in our relationship with God. In this message we see that we can be a pleasing aroma to God and the calling we have to be an aroma to the world.

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