The spiritual Christian (and which Christian isn't?) will think about scripture enough to notice some strange things. Here's an example from Psalm 86 verse 1 which reads:
"Incline your ear, O LORD, and answer me, for I am poor and needy."
We know that God is everywhere and that nothing at all escapes his observation, right down to our thoughts and intentions (which are often hidden from ourselves even). So why then does he need to incline his ear, as though he is not listening always?
The answer is that he doesn't really need to incline his ear because it is already inclined. God cannot un-incline his observation. Instead, this is the psalmist (David) calling out from a human perspective. He is really just asking that his prayer be heard and responded to. He is calling on God to make his closeness felt to David.
God hears us, without a doubt. God also loves us to draw near to him, not as if we can actually get closer to him physically (or he to us), but to incline our hearts to him in adoration of his majesty. Sometimes we need to draw closer to God in our lives and sometimes we need him to make his closeness felt to us. But never forget that he is already with you in all of his infinite greatness, and that no thought of a stray prayer will ever escape his notice.
God is the perfect parent to His children - always there when they need him, and we are always in need of him.