Truth ultimately has to be experienced, not just mentally or intellectually acknowledged. Thus the truth becomes known in the biblical, sensual way. Acknowledgement and awareness of the truth is definitely a part of ultimate knowing; but, until one internalizes and actually feels the reality of the truth in one’s own life, the truth is an abstraction, a construct of the mind. The experience of the truth involves more than the five senses. Truth can become known through events which well up from inside of us. Such truth is instinctual, the product of our inherent divinity.