I’m convinced that we should not get too selective about the method in which the Lord speaks to us. Instead, we need to stay open to His speaking to us in any way He chooses. During the past 30 years, I spent much of my time traveling throughout the world teaching the Bible. One of the things I miss most when I travel is being with my wife, LaVerne, and our children and grandchildren. However, because of the technologically advanced age in which we live, I can usually communicate with them regardless of where I am in the world. I don’t care whether the message comes by phone, text, email, letter, or note, I just love to hear from them. In the same way, God desires to build a relationship with us, which happens primarily by having ongoing dialogue with Him—talking and listening. Our communication with God may come through His Word, through prayer, through His peace, through a God inspired impression, or an open door, the list is endless. We must remember, “His sheep hear His voice” (John 10:4), whatever the method He chooses to use to speak to us.