Sexual abuse in childhood is an experience with devastating consequences that mark individual’s life for ever. However, a person does not have to suffer forever. In the process of confrontation, in which the relationship with God can be of a great help, individual has to confront their memories, re-evaluate them and find the meaning through which they can live a deeper and full life than they would if abuse did not happen. When dealing with abuse, existential questions arise, to which we can only find answers if we include spiritual dimension in our life. Using qualitative method of scientific research, namely phenomenological and psychological method, in the master’s thesis we wanted to obtain insight into experiencing relationship with God in adult persons experiencing sexual abuse in childhood. On the basis of semi-structured interviews conducted with five participants, we obtained insight into experiencing the most important aspects of relationship with God by the participants, as well as insights into experiencing the importance that this relationship has in eliminating the wound of sexual abuse. Victims of sexual abuses in childhood long for new, different, and mainly safe relationship. Relationship with God can be that relationship that enables the abused person to process unresolved feelings and new beginning.