I've heard friends, acquaintences, and pastors say the following: "I feel God is calling me to..." or "I believe I am called to..." or "God is leading me to...". Shortly after one of these persons utter one of these phrases, they promptly go out and do whatever it is they were "called" or "led" to do. (Just a quick sidestep here: if someone says one of these phrases, he/she gets an automatic "free pass" to mess up whatever it is he/she feels led/called to do, since, after all, they had God's "direction", so-to-speak).
Continuing...I've also heard many of the same people who claim God called or led them to do something quickly revert to some of their former actions. For example, a person once said he/she felt called to leave the church. A week or two later he/she felt called to return/stay. How does that happen? Since the rule applies that all who utter these phrases automatically receive a "free pass" I can only come to one possible conclusion: God sure must change His mind a lot!