Bible Verses: Reconciliation

Published on Aug 1, 2023

The concept of reconciliation holds immense significance in the Bible, serving as a central theme that resonates throughout its pages.

As followers of Christ, we are called to explore and apply what the Bible says about reconciliation because it reveals God’s heart for restoring broken relationships and fostering unity among His creation. Use these verses to delve into these timeless teachings to gain insight into the transformative power of forgiveness, compassion, and love, which not only brings healing to wounded hearts but also reflects the very essence of God’s character.

As we earnestly seek to understand and practice biblical reconciliation, may we become agents of peace in a fractured world, embodying God’s divine plan for restoration and pointing others towards the hope and redemption found in Christ.

May God, the Divine Farmer, bring His word alive to you as you meditate on these verses!

  1.  2 Corinthians 5:18
  2. Romans 5:10
  3. Ephesians 2:14-16
  4. Colossians 1:19-20
  5. Matthew 5:23-24
  6. Matthew 18:15
  7. Matthew 6:14-15
  8. Luke 6:27-28
  9. Luke 15:20-24
  10. Mark 11:25
  11. Romans 12:18
  12. Romans 12:20-21
  13. 1 Peter 3:8-9
  14. Proverbs 10:12
  15. 1 Corinthians 13:4-7
  16. Galatians 6:1
  17. Isaiah 1:18
  18. Psalm 34:14
  19. Psalm 133:1
  20. Micah 6:8

Author

Preethi Alice Jacob

Preethi Jacob is the author of the yearlong devotional At the Potter’s Wheel, Day by Day. Her journey includes teaching a Bible Study Fellowship class, teaching and leading the Sunday School ministry in her church, leading Bible studies, besides counselling young women. She serves on the Global Mission Team of the United Bible Societies and lives in Bangalore, India with her husband and two young adult children.

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