Now applying that to God, each of the three Persons of the Trinity must have some ways to hear, think, talk, love. The three Persons decided together to make us in their image (Genesis 1:26, 28). But John's Gospel tells us "No one has ever seen God (presumably the Father). It is God the only Son, who is close to the Father's heart, who has made him known" (John 1:18). It seems that God the Father is like a parent who loves us from behind the scenes, but we never see Him.
Nor can we see the Holy Spirit when he inspires, empowers, gives wisdom, imparts gifts, speaks to us. We can see the Holy Spirit at work in the lives of others,. In that sense he has some kind of means (body) to do that (as is pictured in Proverbs 8:1-31, Acts 7:51, 1 Corinthians 12:11, Ephesians 4:30).
But God the Son certainly appeared in a bodily form and conversed with
Abraham, Hagar, Jacob, Moses, the prophets, and the psalm writers. Then
he took birth (INCARNATION) in a fully human body (John 3:16,
Philippians 2:5-8, Hebrews 2:17) and lived among us very visibly
for thirty years. God wanted the world to see and know the true God without
the trappings of religion.