The story awakens readers that despite how long time ago God had spoken to his people, through dreams, visions, and nature, but he still does the same today. He does speak to people who believes in him, and obeys him without having a second thought. He speaks to them through impressions, events, and thoughts (“Does God Still” (A)).
The text is no ordinary nonfiction and it happens in real, everyday life. It can drive the reader to react to an emotional level since the story has something to do with the person’s relationship with a supreme being and not every person has the kind of intimate relationship with God, to the point that the character talks to God, asks him questions and to the point also that God himself responses. The text goes, “As he drove down the main street of his town, he had the strangest thought, stop and buy a gallon of milk. He shook and said out loud, ‘God is that you?’ It continues, “He stopped and purchased the gallon of milk and started off toward home, he again felt the urge, ‘turn down that street’” (“Does God Still Speak to Us?”).
The writer’s purpose is to motivate the readers that it is possible for man to converse with God today and it is possible also that God will answer and will speak right through a person’s thoughts. But the writer wants to emphasize that for man to be able to hear from God, he must first believe that he exists. God only speaks to people who have faith in him, for without faith, it is impossible to establish a relationship with him. He also emphasizes the value of trust that comes along with having faith. In the text, “He started to open the door and then sat back in the car seat. ‘Lord, this is insane. Those people are asleep and if I wake them up, they are going to be mad and I will look stupid.’ Again, he felt like he should go and give the milk” (“Does God Still Speak to Us?”). Here we can see how much the man puts his trust to God even when it