How To Have A Conversation With God


Have you noticed when you’re doing something alone, no one else is around and suddenly you start talking to yourself?

You’ll ask a question and give yourself an answer? That’s you and God talking.

Well, it feels like that to me anyway. I’ve been doing it for the past few months and God and I are having quite a conversation. (OMG! She’s crazy!) You have no need to believe me and I don’t lose anything by telling you this.

What I do is I type out a question meant for God in a diary app on my smartphone and God usually answers back.

I’ll just type out whatever comes to mind. And it’s weird when a word shows up and I have to look for its definition. That is certainly not from me!

And sometimes I don’t even have to ask. God just tells me things out of the blue. Boom! Epiphany! “Where’s my phone!” Or I’ll go, “Yeah, right.” And then break out in cold sweat when the epiphany becomes reality.

Try it – talk to God. And if in your heart of hearts you really want an answer, God will most likely answer back.

And God loves to wake me up in the wee hours of the morning to tell me stuff. I’ve learnt to recognize “epiphanies”. They’re usually accompanied with disbelief, fast heart-rate, rapid breathing, cold sweat and hiding in the bathroom. And if it’s something God wants me to do, my hands will not stop shaking until after I’ve done the deed – usually it’s just to type it out and keep a record of it on my smartphone. I leave the perfect outcome to God.

Most of the time when I’m writing out my dialogue with God it’s like I’m in a trance. As I type each word, my mind cannot totally grasp the idea or the reasoning to what’s being dictated. It’s like God is dictating and I’m just writing it out.

It only makes sense after I’ve finished and read what I’ve written much later. I will correct the typos – which hardly affect the content of the actual message but other than that I truly believe all the words are from God.

God talks to all of us all the time. All we have to do is listen.

And believe.