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Who is God? Does God exist? If he exists where does He live? These are among the questions which linger in our minds daily. God exists and is a supernatural being. Like a father treats his child, God is there for us all. Unlike us humans, who communicate physically to each other, He is one prayer away. God is omnipotent and omniscient- knows of our every need and want before we utter to Him. The relationship between God, the creator of the universe and man is incomparable.

Many people would prefer to be recognized with senior government officials, heads of states and the rich to the ‘minority’ in the community. Imagine of yourself being recognized as the obedient son of God. How would you feel? Your relationship with God is more important than any other relationships.

Relationship with God

To start a relationship with God does not require one to pay a price. God paid the ultimate price by letting his only son die on the cross. (John 3:16)God is love. The only obligation we are left with is to obey his commandments and live according to his will.

Determines our fate after death:

There is life after death. (John 3) Once a person dies his /her spirit goes either to heaven or hell. The spirit of the righteous goes to heaven while the one of the sinners goes to hell. Every time you repent your sins, your relationship with God is renewed. Do the sinners have a relationship with God? Yeah. The sinners have a bad relationship with God but, God’s love is unconditional. He waits for you to repent and accept him so that you can dwell with him in eternity.

The relationship with God assures one with a happy life in eternity-Matthew 16:26 .It is useless for one to have the earthly riches but, miss the eternal life. Starting a relationship with God is simple. One requires to focus on eternal life and obey God’s will (Matthew 19:21) 

Relationship with God rejuvenates well-being:

God has his set guidelines and commandments one should obey (see Exodus 20).Good relationship with God entails one obeying the laws and commandments. Like other relationships, the people who we associate with influence our behavior. (See 1 Corinthians 15:33 and proverbs 6). 

Shapes our future positively:

God has good and prosperous plans for all people. One being in a relationship with God creates an assurance of a successful life. (Jeremiah 11:29 and Psalms 57:2)Life without God is clueless. God is life and has the true meaning and purpose of our life.

Relationship with God abolishes all worries and anxieties:

Anxiety and worries cause adverse effects on one’s life. God promises to eradicate anxieties and worries. (Matthew 6:31, 34 and 25) This is the greatest hope for a Christian.

Start your relationship with God today to enjoy unlimited benefits!



Women have a come a long way over the past 100 years. While they have made great strides in terms of their position within society, they still must struggle to find social acceptance and meaning in some areas of life. This is especially true for women who reside in western society. The Bible greatly influences how western people think of women in general. The following information will explain how this great religious book impacts the lives of women in the modern world.


A Brief Biblical Overview of Women:

According to the Bible, women are to be treated with love and dignity. Even though this is the case, God’s word states that women are underneath men in terms of authority. Many modern women struggle with this biblical concept of women. However, God structured his chain of authority in this way to ensure the protection of the women. Here are some other major themes in the Bible concerning women:

  1. They are to respect men.
  2. They should have an inner beauty that transcends their outer appearance.
  3. They should focus on caring for their families.
  4. If they do work, they should primarily do so in support of their loved ones.
  5. Women are to be chase and pure.
  6. Whoredom and free sexuality is not permitted for women.
Women must Respect Men:

The book of Ephesians is important in terms of defining a woman’s position within the world. Ephesians 5:22 – 24 clearly explains that a married woman’s responsibility is to submit to her husband. Men are to be subject to Christ and women are to be subject to their husband. Generally speaking, unmarried women are to be subject to men within society.

That does not mean they have to listen to and follow after men who they are not married to. However, it does mean that men have a greater role and responsibility than women in terms of work, protection and helping society to stay intact.

Inner Beauty over Outer Beauty:

Females are commanded in 1 Peter 3: 3 – 4 about possessing an inner beauty that is more important to God than their outer appearance. God is not telling women that their beauty does not count. However, he knows that beauty fades (Proverbs 31:30) and he wants a woman to have something good left to give her husband and family – once it does go away. Also, the bible wants women to realize that there is more to life than just their good looks.

Women, Work and Family:

Women can work. Take a look at Proverbs 30. However, the work that a woman should do must enhance her home and the proceeds must help others. Modern day women do work for these reasons. These women also work for personal achievement and gain. This could harm their desire and ability to care for their home.

By the way, God does not want women to be busybodies (read all of 1 Timothy 5:15 in context). Once again, he wants them to focus on caring for their families and doing good deeds.

Women and Sexuality:

It is fair to say that modern women are extremely sexual. Even though this the case, the Bible clearly states in various passages and verses that women are to be chaste and pure. They should not be whores or loose with their sexuality. This is truly a very challenging expectation from God. Many women turn to their sexuality to express their desire for freedom and self-fulfillment. The Bible says that this is the wrong approach for a woman to take with their self-identity.

Ultimately, God’s word honors women but it also defines her as the weaker sex. Women have to accept this construct as a part of God’s plan. It is necessary for her to understand her role in life so that she can find true meaning within her existence.