So when the Lord saw that he turned aside to look, God called to him from the midst of the bush and said, "Moses, Moses!" And he said, "Here I am.""
Exodus 3:3-4 (NKJV)
Today nearly everyone has a cell phone. Cell phones, which are also called smart phones, are very useful because of the different things they can do. While cell phones can obviously be used for calling other people, you can also do things on social media through a cell phone and get news updates. For many of the different things that are available to you through your phone, there are often notifications that apps will use to let you know that something has happened. Whatever it is, maybe something on social media or a news or weather alert, the notification lets you know there is something for you to see.
God wants us to know His will, but He will never force us to do His will, He will work to direct us into His plan. There will be times in our walk with God that we have a similar experience to what Moses had with the burning bush. In this story, we sometimes just notice that God spoke to Moses and miss the fact that it was not until Moses turned aside to see what was happening that God actually started to speak to him. This is similar to notifications we get on our phone, the notification itself is not the main thing, the notification is letting us know that something is going on that we should be aware of.
God has given us the Holy Spirit, who lives in us to help us and guide us, and we will receive Holy Spirit notifications to make us aware of something that we need to know about. God will get our attention through something in the Word or some "idea". Then we need to pay attention to those things and, like Moses did, turn aside from whatever it is we are doing to put our focus on God to allow Him to speak to us. Remember, God did not speak to Moses until Moses turned to give his attention to the burning bush. God wants us to know His will and as we pay attention to the Holy Spirit notifications He gives us we can walk in His will and carry out His plan for our lives.