Genesis 3:8 says that Adam and Eve heard the "voice of God walking in the garden." God was walking where they lived. I believe that God still walks where we live. But the voice of God takes many different forms. Here are some of them.
The honking of geese in night-time flight. The hoot of an owl in pre-dawn light. Mother, to child, whispering "It's all right." These are the voice of God. A mother's soft, gentle lullaby. A newborn's first energetic cry. The gurgle of a stream as it flows by. These are the voice of God. A small child saying "I love you." A parent responding "I love you, too. Let's play a game when dinner is through." These are the voice of God. The ocean's roar when there's a storm. The crackling fire that keeps me warm. A rooster's crow to welcome the morn. These are the voice of God. A father's firm, but loving, "No." The distant cawing of a crow. A cat's soft purr, steady and low. These are the voice of God. A child singing "Jesus loves me." The in-flight buzz of a bumble bee. The boom of thunder. It's plain to see These are the voice of God. The hiss of waves by a quiet sea. An eagle's scream so wild and free. A teen's "Thanks, Dad, for helping me." These are the voice of God. A red-bird's whistle, sharp and clear. Rustling of leaves when autumn is here. The whispering wind when pines are near. These are the voice of God. Thank you, Father, for your voice so clear. Thank you, Abba, for letting me hear And be reminded you're always near. Thank you for speaking, dear God.