We are oriented by ideas much more than we'd care to admit.
Our speech is comprised of all the sum total of tutorials we have imbibed either consciously or unwittingly.
Thus, our projection of God hails from a dynamic that is subjectively personal.
How does God speak?
Of course, He speaks with words.
Does this have to be in written form at all times?
One thing I'm certain of: I do text my wife but our conversations are made full when they are up-close and script-free.
I do subscribe to the Written Word as God's final say.
But what if God truly speaks?
Is He confined to mere text?
If God is God, His speech should emblazon His substance.
Did I just hear from Him today?