God communicates with us through our thoughts and feelings. When God speaks to you, he is unlikely to appear in the flesh and stand in front of you. No, but he will assist you in "hearing" him through your thoughts and emotions.
For example, when I'm having trouble deciding what to do next, a thought may come into my mind that provides me with clarity on the subject. This is when I know that it was God who gave me this insight, because only he can know what I need to do next. It's similar to how someone who loves you would never think badly about you, because they know everything you've ever done, even if you don't remember.
We also communicate with God through other people. If someone does or says something that makes you feel good inside, then this means that you have connected with God's love and grace. If someone else upsets you, causes you pain, or takes away your happiness, this means that you have communicated with God's justice and wrath.
In conclusion, yes, God can speak to you through your mind.
No! God will speak to you and guide you in the way he sees fit. Seeking a specific manner for him to communicate with you is like to making that way an idol in your eyes before God. All you have to do is wish for him to talk to you and then relax and let him speak how he sees fit. He has always spoken to our fathers and they have always written down what he told them. But we can't expect the same thing to happen for us today because our minds are different than our parents'. They were likely religious people who wished to hear from God at all times, while many of us not so devout would not feel the need to talk to him every day.
God has always spoken to humans throughout history and will continue to do so in the future. We only have to be patient and wait for his voice to come to us.
When we come to him, he talks to us in a voice we recognize because he knows who we are. "He meets us just where we are." God want to speak with us via prayer and the impact of the Holy Spirit, regardless of our degree of understanding. We shall sense God's words in our hearts and brains when He speaks. These feelings can be messages from God Himself.
Prayer is a conversation between two friends. It is a relationship that exists only between You and Your Father. When you talk to your friend, you agree on the purpose of the conversation. With Your Father, there is always one thing behind every word that He says to you: His love for you!
So, when you pray, keep in mind that you are not talking to a deaf person. He loves you too much to let you suffer. So, when you communicate with Him, take care that your request is consistent with His nature.
His response will never be a mere yes or no. Instead, it will be an instruction on how to proceed based on the situation at hand. As long as you continue to seek Him, He will always listen to your prayers.
He is always communicating to you, yet he does it in "a quiet small voice" (1 Kings 19:12, NKJV). To hear him, you must tune in and pay close attention. An interior witness is another way to express how we hear God's voice. We catch a glimpse of his character in the situations we find ourselves in, and that makes us want to do what is right.
God speaks to us through nature, people, books, music, and even the daily news. He wants us to listen and respond appropriately. Hearing his voice is important because we would otherwise go about our lives without really knowing what we should be doing or who we should be listening to.
There are two ways that we can hear God's voice: actively and passively. Active hearing involves seeking out information from other people, reading about biblical topics, and so on. This is how we grow as individuals; however, it can also lead to confusion since God's will may not be what we think it is. Passive hearing means that we just let things happen in our lives and see what happens; however, if there is a lesson in all this then we have learned something about listening to God.
As Christians, we are given the gift of active hearing along with everyone else. However, some people claim that they can hear God speaking to them, while others cannot.