Where is God (I can't hear Him)
Many times we search for God in church, at home, in school, etc. Each place that we look, we 'come up' empty. Maybe we don't need to look for Him. Instead, look 'inside' yourself and see that He never left. We find that we thought that He left because we have learned to ignore His voice. But, this is only temporary.
Let your conversation be without covetousness; and be content with such things as ye have: for he hath said, I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee.
Even if we continue to, outwardly, search, or don't search at all, God will, eventually, come calling. And, when He calls, you will know.
My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me:
I have been blessed to come across people that try to discredit the trinity. I am always open to new information. But, as people try to explain the falsehood of the trinity, the more questions I have about the explanations. I first ask myself: where are they getting this information? So, when I ask, they reply with biased sources. (This makes me think soft drink taste tests. In the taste test they find that 9x%, of all people, prefer soft drink B. But, what they don't tell you is that, the test was done in soft drink B supported areas. It's like asking a Canadian, 'Who are better, Americans or Canadians?' 9x% of the time, the answer would be different if I asked an American the same question.) So, why aren't the sources indifferent? I was always taught that credible sources give information that directs to a specific conclusion (leading the witness).
And the Holy Ghost descended in a bodily shape like a dove upon him, and a voice came from heaven, which said, Thou art my beloved Son; in thee I am well pleased.
Another question that I ask myself was, 'Where does the Bible tell that?' The trinity does not tell that Jesus is equal to God. It is hard, not impossible, to fool a researcher without research. Their answers made their explanations predictable. So, if you decide to search, search for yourself, don't just listen. Unlearn.