spiritual things


We become so accustomed to learning through our physical senses—by sight and sound and smell, by taste and touch—that some of us seem to learn in no other way.  But there are spiritual things that are not registered that way at all. Some things we simply feel, not as we feel something we touch, but as we feel something we feel.  There are things, spiritual things, that are registered in our minds and recorded in our memories as pure knowledge. A knowledge of “things which have been, things which are, things which must shortly come to pass.” (D&C 88:79) As surely as we know about material things, we can come to know of spiritual things. (emphasis added)

President Boyd K. Packer, "The Mediator," Ensign, May 1977, p. 54

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