We live in a world of constant communication. Face to face, over the phone, voice mail, regular mail, email, text, Facebook, snap chat, twitter, blogs, pictures, videos, etc. Professionals say that the key to relationships is communication, which is true, but to what extent? How much of our current communication is truely valuable in establishing, maintaining and growing relationships? Relationship communication usually requires or expects some type of feedback. When sharing our hardships, we are looking for empathy or sympathy in return. When sharing our triumphs we are looking for 'Atta boy's' and 'pats on the back' for a job well done. Responses like, "cool", "way to go", "that sucks", or "I am sorry", etc., are what we are looking for correct? The bible teaches us that the most important relationship one can have is one with Jesus Christ, yet how much of our 'constant communication' includes Him? Perhaps technological advances are all part of the devils scheme. After all, he is the prince of lies. The ultimate distraction to keep us so busy trying to keep up with the 'Kardashions', so that we forget about keeping up with Jesus? I believe it to be true and I believe that it is working. What does the bible teach us about eternal communication? More specifically, what does the bible teach us about Hell and communication? Simply put, there is no communication in Hell. None. Zero. Imagine being in Hell where there is gnashing of teeth, groaning, moaning (yours and others), fowl smells, fire and heat (yet it's dark and you're shivering) and you cannot even share your misery with others! You desperately want to share your pain, hoping for empathy in return (as empathy helps relieve a bit of your pain) and you cannot. You'd give anything for a "that sucks" or "I am sorry" but it's impossible. Eternity is forever and imagine spending the rest of your life to never communicate again. No pictures, videos, text's, snap chat's, etc. Perhaps it's time to put our phones away, open our bibles and get to know Jesus. He is the key to 'healthy, relationship building' kind of communication. Where he promises us an eternity not void of communication but one filled with Joy and Praise and Glory! Can I get an Amen? Amen!