No, it’s not normal if you mean that people hear God’s audible voice daily. God uses a variety of ways to communicate with us. No one can predict when God will speak in an audible voice.
God has spoken by various means throughout history. In the time of the Old Testament. God spoke to Jacob in dreams (Genesis 28:10-22), to Isaiah in visions (Isaiah 6), and audibly to Abraham (Genesis 18), Moses (Exodus 31:18), and others. God’s voice was heard audibly at Jesus’ baptism and on the Mount of Transfiguration (Mark 9:7), both times declaring to everyone present that Jesus was truly God’s beloved Son.
Most Christians go through their entire lives without hearing the audible voice of God-but they do have clear communication with God through what is written in the Bible. That’s why it is called God’s Word. God has given us a clear record of His promises, commands, and the kind of relationship He wants to have with us. God also speaks to us through the presence of the Holy Spirit in our lives.
The Bible’s existence doesn’t necessarily preclude God’s audible voice today. We cannot limit what God may choose to do. God may communicate miraculously in our modern world in places and circumstances where the church is not strong or where Christians do not have the Bible. And God often uses His people to be His “voice” and “arms and legs” to answer the prayers of people who are crying out to Him.
MARK 1:11- And there came a voice from heaven, saying, Thou art my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased.