A conflict is a significant disagreement or discord of opinions, affairs, or even moral values. Conflicts are often found to be very common in the community, and they can be personal, social, or political. However, one must always maintain peace with others and stay away from conflicts as much as possible. Here are a few bible verses about conflicts to understand them better.
Here are Bible Verses about Conflict
Proverbs 15:1 – A polite reply refuses admittance to fury, whereas on the other hand, a cruel sentence fans the flame of a conflict.
Matthew 18:15-17 – If your companions commit any kind of sin against you, make your way and let him know about his mistakes, and keep it between yourself and him only.
James 4:1-2 – What is it that gives rise to conflicts and arouses disputes amongst yourselves? Don’t you think that your desires and yearnings are engaged in a constant struggle inside you? When you want something, and you do not get it, you commit murder. When you have set your heart on something, and you are unable to achieve it, you engage yourselves in disputes and brawls. But you do not realize that the things you do not possess are because you do not request for them to be given to you.
Ephesians 4:26 – You are allowed to feel rage, but you are not supposed to commit any sinful acts that are driven by your rage; you should not allow the sun to go down on your rage.
Matthew 5:9 – And on that account, the people who are the pacemakers are the ones that are truly blessed, and this is because of the fact that they shall come to be known as the descendants of the almighty Heavenly Father, the Supreme Being of all the universe.
Corinthians 13:4-7 – And on that account, love is forbearing and benevolent; jealousy or conceit have nothing to do with affection; there is no cruelty or vanity in love. It is very lenient and does not show persistence in having its own ways; it is not ill-natured or hostile; it does not find delight by carrying our wrong deeds, but it finds joy in the truth. Affection supports everything, has faith in all things, is optimistic about each and every situation is stoic towards every condition.
Matthew 5:38-39 – You must have definitely come across the saying that “an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.” And on that account, I will tell you that you should not hold yourself back from punishing someone who is wicked, but if someone hits you on your right cheek, you should put forward your left cheek as well.
James 1:9 – And on that account, be aware of this, my dear companions; each and every man should be swift in hearing things, but they should be unhurried and calm when they open their mouth to talk and when they manifest their rage.
Matthew 18:15-17 – And on that account, if he obeys to what you have to say, then you have got back your companion. But if he does not pay any heed to what you have to say, get hold of one or more people along with yourself so that each and every transformation that will be accomplished is verified by two or more observers. If he turns down their advice, too, go up to the church and confess everything. And even if he shakes his head at the council of the church, leave him to his fate and consider him to be a pagan and a tax collector.
Colossians 3:13 – And on that account, you should put up and try to adjust with each other, if anyone among you has any kind of resentment against someone else, you should forgive towards one another; and this is because of the fact that the almighty Heavenly Father, the Supreme Being of all the universe has showered his mercy upon you, and hence you should show mercy to others as well.
Romans 12:17-21 – And on that account, you should not pay back someone with wickedness which is wicked himself, but you should think about carrying out tasks that are morally correct in the eyes of all. And as long as it is dependent on you, live in peace and harmony with the people around you as much as possible.
Matthew 5:24 – Let your reward be there in front of the altar and make an exit. In the first place, you should restore harmony between yourself and your brother and then make your way here and put forward your reward.
Proverbs 15:18 – And on that account, an ill-mannered person fans the flame of a conflict, but the person who is even-tempered and who does not get angry easily, puts an end to arguments.
Luke 17:3 – And on that account, keep yourselves under close observation; if you companions carry out any sinful acts, scorn them, and if they feel remorse for their actions, show them forgiveness.
Ephesians 4:31 – And on that account, you should allow all your dissatisfaction and rage and annoyance and complaints and defamation to be kept away from you, along with all sort of malevolence.
Revelation 1:1 – And on that account, the divulgence of the Son of God, Lord Jesus Christ, which the almighty Heavenly Father, the Supreme Being of all the universe, had provided to him to display the things that are about to occur in the near future, to the men who were under his service. He brought it to everyone’s notice by sending his messenger to his worker, John.
Leviticus 19:18 – You are not supposed to practice revenge or hold resentment against the descendants of your own men, but you should be affectionate towards the people around you in the same way that you are affectionate about yourself; for I am the almighty Heavenly Father, the Supreme Being of all the universe.
Proverbs 16:28 – And on that account, an immoral and unscrupulous man always fans the flames of conflicts, and a gossip-monger always causes a drift between two intimate companions.
James 1:19-20 – And on that account, the wrath of mankind does not give rise to the integrity and morality of the almighty Heavenly Father, the Supreme Being of all the universe.
Philippians 2:4 – And each and every man on earth should not only be bothered about their own needs and desires, but they should also pay heed to the needs and aspirations of the people around them.
Matthew 5:23-24 – And on that account, if you are about to extend your reward at the altar and all of a sudden it strikes you that your brother holds some resentments against you, put down your reward in front of the altar, and make your way out of there immediately. Resolve the differences between you and your brother in the first place, and then turn up here to put forward your reward.
Proverbs 16:7 – And on that account, when a person’s course of action gives pleasure to the almighty Heavenly Father, the Supreme Being of all the universe, he is even able to resolve the differences between his rivals and himself and win over them.
Ephesians 4:29 – You should be careful of the fact that you do not utter any words of corruption from your lips, but you should say things that encourage others to grow and prosper; you should speak of things that seem appropriate for any particular event and is gracious to all those who hear.
Romans 12:7-21 – And on that account, my dear companions, never take revenge with your own hands, but let the rage of the almighty Heavenly Father, the Supreme Being of all the universe, decide whom to give punishment because it has been penned down that the holy Lord has said that revenge is solely his, he will pay everyone back. On the other hand, if your rival is in need of food, furnish him with something to eat; if he is dying of thirst, help him by quenching his thirst with something; and this is because by carrying out all these deeds, you will pile up ignited coals on his head.
Proverbs 28:25 – A man who is driven by greed and avarice is someone who fans the flames of a conflict, whereas on the other hand, the person who puts his faith in the almighty Heavenly Father, the Supreme Being of all the universe, is someone who will gain success.
Hebrews 12:14 – And on that account, make every effort to live in peace and harmony with all the people around you, and also give your all to attain the divinity without which no man is able to get a sight of the almighty Heavenly Father, the Supreme Being of all the universe.
Luke 17:3-4 – And on that account, if your brother commits sinful acts against you over seven times in a single day and still seeks help from you for each of the seven times by begging you for forgiveness and saying that he is feeling remorse, you should show him mercy.
Matthew 5:25-26 – And on that account, you should make peace between yourself and the one who accuses you during the time that you are walking up to the courtroom with him, in order to avoid the risk of your accuser turning you over to the magistrate, and the magistrate handing you over to the sentry, and eventually you land up in the jail. And I will say this to you with complete honesty that you will not be able to make your way out unless you have paid the final price.
Ecclesiastes 3:8 – There is a right time for everything, a right hour to show affection and a right hour to display your hatred; a right hour to raise conflict and a right hour to bring peace and harmony.
James 5:16 – And on that account, you should own up about your acts of wrongdoing to one another, and join hands in prayer for the well-being of your companions, so that you may be cured of anything and everything. The act of devotion by a moral and honest person has a huge influence as it gets fulfilled quite efficiently.
Romans 12:17-21 – Do not let wickedness get the better of you, but you should conquer wickedness with integrity.