He very well could. I'm not particularly mystical in my thinking, but I absolutely believe that God speaks to us through His Holy Spirit. In particular, when we our heads are in that "God Place"- meaning we are prayerfully trusting Him and obeying Him- He gently impresses upon us his view. This is especially the case when we regularly consult His Words, as recorded in the Bible.
A snippet of scripture, or an entire book; whatever it is, but when our eyes land on it, these Words resonate so meaningfully that there is no mistaking the Source.
I keep a Bible at work, so that I can do a short devotional the first thing in the morning, before the onslaught begins. There's something about being undergirded with His Words before the day begins, that enables me to deal with problems and daily stress from a much better perspective. I also have a bible at home that I use for weekend study.
Sometimes, to break things up, I'll begin my Bible study by simply opening it to whatever page I land on. Last week, when I opened my work Bible randomly, I turned to Old Testament scripture that biblical scholars pretty much universally believe is prophecy of Jesus' birth. This morning, when I opened my Bible, I turned to the same scripture. Two days, two different Bibles- but the same scripture. Both times I turned to the sme scripture prophesying Jesus.
It got me thinking. What if Jesus were to come back today? That got me thinking about the million or so bad things I had done this week.
Note to self: You are a Christian. It means that the outcome of your eventual date with destiny is assured. But it also means that if you believe it, really believe it, you need to act like it. You need to live a life that is as close to the Jesus' model as is humanly possible.
"Christians aren't perfect; just forgiven" may be a catchy slogan, but it shouldn't become an excuse. Live every single day of your life with one goal- to become pleasing to Him.
Further note to self: Easier said than done.
But it's no excuse to not at least give it your best.
Right here. And right now.