I've never heard the audible voice of God. But if I did, I imagine him speaking in deep baritones, almost like the sound of thunder or a thousand tons of water at Niagara Falls. There was a time, though, when God's voice was smaller and weaker―when He cried like a newborn baby.
Theologians call it the Incarnation, the time when God became a man. But before he grew into manhood, he started out as a sweet baby boy. Can you imagine your Creator lying helplessly in a cradle?
When Jesus was born in Bethlehem, I wonder if an angel was tempted to say, "Shhh! That baby's cry sounds a lot like God!"