The Mormons have some pretty recent revelations from God. More recent than from most denominations. The Seventh Day Adventist had their prophetess, Miss Ellen, who saw all manner of wild things, but they disagree with the Mormons. The Christian Scientists and the Jehovah Witnesses each have their unique pipelines to God, which of course, suggests the inclusion of the infallible Pontiff, who is the Vicar of Christ. Except he's not. He's just a Marxist stooge in a nice robe with a spiffy hat that pretends to know what God wants. It was his church that burned tens of thousands of heretics and pagans, and suppressed an uprising in the Peasant's War (shortly after the Martin Luther's vaunted Reformation was inaugurated.) Oh, the Protestants were no better, burning tens of thousands of "witches" back in the days when burning witches was fashionable. Then there was the pious poop Sir Thomas More who avidly saw to it that hundreds of people were burned for no more a crime than owning an English-version Bible. Does God speak to us? Does Allah speak to Muslims? They think so. Do Brahma, Vishnu, Kali, Krishna, Ganesh, and Shiva speak to certain segments of Indian society? They think so.
I think the Buddha sums it up nicely: "Desire causes suffering." We desire a God to listen to us, and we suffer while the universe turns a deaf ear to our plight. It would be easier if a just God would just toss the Democrats out of office, or if a mighty God would kill the Jihadist's first born (whatever happened to those sorts of miracles?)
No, if there are gods, they are pretty big. They are too busy creating new "realms of realms" to pay much attention to a few seven billion microbes on a piece of dust in a forgotten corner of a realm made tens of billions of years ago.