A classic example of intuitive knowledge of God is the amazing story of Helen Keller. From the age of two. Keller was blind, deaf and without the sense of smell. After months of agonizing and fruitless attempts on the part of her teacher to communicate
with this young girl, something happened.
One day Helen suddenly understood the concept and meaning of running water! From
this tiny foundation Keller built a lofty tower of thought, including the ability to use her
voice in speaking. She became an educated and articulate human being.
Sometime after she had progressed to the point that she could engage in conversation,
she was told of God and His love in sending Christ to die on the cross. She is said to
have responded joyfully, “I always knew He was there, but I didn’t know His name.”
Keller became a believer in Jesus Christ and a wonderful testimony of the grace of God.
But she instinctively PERCEIVED that there was a God, even though she could not
understand Him fully without revelation of Scripture