Reconciliation

By   •   June 7   •   Topics: ,

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The word “reconcile” means literally “bring into a changed relationship.” It means to bring together two parties who should have been together all along. The Bible speaks of the human race as enemies of God. You may say that you are no “enemy” of God, but according to Scripture we are either passive or active enemies of God, apart from Christ. Reconciliation means “brought back into full relationship and fellowship with God.” This is what Christ accomplished on the cross. What a thrilling thought!

Prayer for the day

Your cross, dear Savior, brings me to my knees in humble gratitude. Thank You, for forgiving all the past and giving me strength to live each day in Your power.

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9 Comments

  1. Deke says:

    At the Cross where I first saw the light and the burden of my heart rolled away

  2. Joseph Barnes says:

    Reconciliation is a wonderful experience.

  3. Anne says:

    Where oh where would I be without the LORD!

  4. Stephen Hall says:

    Lord, I know I need a closer and better relationship with You in Jesus, our Savior. Please guide me to study your Word and to grow my faith to follow Your will. Please help me to better care for Moma, and to be a witness for Your honor and glory.

  5. Gerry says:

    There is a great comfort in knowing for certain that I am reconciled to Christ. It is truly amazing. I take absolutely no credit for anything I have done. The atonement was accomplished in full, at Calvary.

  6. prajwal says:

    Thank You Lord for You are great and greatly to be praised.

  7. Gerry says:

    Calvary was the ultimate scene of the perfect sacrifice. Our Holy Savior ,Jesus Christ’s precious blood was shed, thereby permitting reconciliation with our Heavenly Father. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you , Lord

  8. Mark C says:

    . . . a man who admits no guilt can accept no forgiveness. . . C. S. Lewis

  9. Joyce Paul says:

    Jesus takes us as we are and makes us what we should be.God’s justice and mercy met at the CROSS!
    God Bless us ! amen.