Some would argue why we need reconciliation with God? Make things clearly; why would two friends reconcile? Envision two companions who have a battle or contention. The significant relationship they once delighted in in stress to the end of breaking. They stop addressing one another; correspondence is considered excessively abnormal. The companions steadily become outsiders. Such alienation must be turned around by Reconciliation. To be accommodated is to be reestablished to fellowship or amicability. When old companions settle their disparities and reestablish their relationship, the settlement occurred via reconciliation. Christians recognise that Reconciliation is the objective work of God through Christ (2 Corinthians 5:19), but it is also a personal relationship: “Be reconciled to God” (2 Corinthians 5:20). Thus, it is Christ through the Cross who has made Reconciliation possible, for “God made him to be sin for us” (2 Corinthians 5:21). The Scripture says: “All this is done by God, who through Christ changed us from enemies into his friends and gave us the task of making others his friends also. Our message is that God was making all human beings his friends through Christ. God did not keep an account of their sins, and he has given us the message which tells how he makes them his friends.” (2 Corinthians 5:18-19, GNT). Furthermore, HE has focused on us the message of Reconciliation. Reconciliation ends the estrangement, caused by original sin, between God and humanity. Therefore, Reconciliation is the unity between people and God that results from the expiation of religious sin and the propitiation of God’s wrath (John Calvin). Summarily, the message of Reconciliation is centrally around the love of God and the death of Christ. Apostle Paul put it this way: “God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us” (Romans 5:8 ); this brings stability with God, access to God through Christ, rejoicing in the hope of the glory of God, making us rejoice in suffering, and having a love of God poured out in our hearts through the Holy Spirit (Romans 5:1-5 ). We rejoice in God through our Lord Jesus Christ, through whom we have now received reconciliation (Romans 5:11). That’s it!!!