God does not have moods. Therefore, He does not have emotions. He is not happy one day and sad the next, expansive or contracting, generous or tight. God is love, and, with God, love is not an on and off thing connected to time as it is too often is in the world.
He has the poetic style, the popular song style, the light style, humorous style, serious style. There probably are more. These are what come to mind.
There is a poetic Heavenletter that has always stayed in my mind:
I love this one so much. If I were forced to choose one Heavenletter out of the 6,000 or more Heavenletters™, this is the one I would have to choose, hard as the choice may be. It was published May 5, 2005.
Here is how this Heavenletter begins:
It is like I had love to express, and I was laughing in joy. And then I, visual effects' manager that I am, created pictures of what My love might look like. There were roses of my love and ducks and elephants and rocks and seas, and there was you, the million faces of you. This was such a crescendo of love. And then another volley of laughter, and another turn of the wheel, and, as in a kaleidoscope, the images changed and appeared and disappeared and swirled together in a wonderful ecstasy of rose after rose and face after face from all angles. The roses spilled out in profusion. The contents of My heart spilled to the ground, and roses were first picked from Earth.
The popular song style is an easy one to pick out:
God said here as if we were singing this jingle:
"I gotta let go, let go. I gotta get closer to God, closer to God, to God, to God. I'm on my way. I gotta let go...
I wanted to give examples of all the different styles in this blog. The ogre time doesn't allow me. Nor does space! Now I understand how space and time are the same! Doesn't God say that somewhere?
I have to concede that I can't always do all I want to do.