I used to teach teens. I told them once that if some says they hear the (audible) voice of God, to look at them funny. God’s been quiet for 2,000 years, everything He wants us to know is in the Bible. In order to know what God says, read the Bible. I now go to a church where it is not unusual to hear someone say “I heard the [audible] voice of God”, or “I felt the [physical] hand of God”, or “God told me yesterday that ....”. While talking with one of the gentlemen, he mentioned that he heard the voice of God. Taking my own advice, I looked at him funny. He went on to explain the story. I kept my funny look. After a short time he asked “Well, what else could it have been?” Two different answers came to mind, but I bit my tongue, which probably made my funny look even funnier. So, was I wrong in telling the kids that God has been quiet for the past 2,000 years? If not, what is the proper ‘response’ when people say that they heard the audible voice of God?