Few of us have realized that the great body of knowledge that has been accumulated through the ages has come to us through the five senses. Every step in the fields of chemistry, mechanics, surgery, science, and the arts has come from this one common source. Our five senses are the five servants that have been conveying knowledge of every sort and kind to the brain for it to classify, number, and file away for future use. But our senses are not always reliable. They know nothing of the reason for creation, mankind, motion, matter, or force. Our senses cannot tell us the origin of our universe or our very existence. In this audio book, E. W. Kenyon takes a close look at the difference between sense knowledge and God?s revelation knowledge. He explains what happens when we rely too heavily on the former and the peril of ignoring the latter.