In the Bible there are many Bible passages that indicate that one day God will reconcile all people with himself, draw them to himself, and he will be Lord over everything and everyone. Here is a small selection of such Bible passages.
18 So we find that just as a single wrongdoing brought condemnation to all people, a single act that has fulfilled what God’s righteousness requires brings all people acquittal and thus life. 19 Just as by disobedience of one person all became sinners, through the obedience of one all become righteous.
1 Cor. 15: 21-26
21 Death came into the world through a man; accordingly, the dead are resurrected through a human being. 22 Just as we all must die because we are descended from Adam, so we will all be made alive because we are of Christ.
1 Tim 2:6
He gave his life as a ransom for everyone and thus, at the time God appointed, proved that God wants to save everyone.
The next day Jesus came to John. When he saw him coming, he cried, “Look, here is the sacrificial Lamb of God who takes away sin from the whole world!
“We have now heard him with our own ears and know that he really is the savior of the world.”
But I will be exalted above the earth, and then I will draw everyone to me.
1 John 2:1-2
He, who never did wrong, became an atonement for our sins through his death, and not just for our sins, but for those of the whole world
1 John 4:4
Another reason we are certain is that: ‘We have seen and can testify that the Father sent his Son to us as the Savior of the world;
1 Tim 2:3-4
It is good to pray in this way and please God our Savior, 4 for He wants all people to be saved and to know the truth.
1 Tim 4:10
for we have put our hope in the living God, and he is the helper and savior of all people – in a special way of those who believe in him.
2 Peter 3: 9
Because he doesn’t want anyone to be lost; rather, he wants everyone to ‘turn back to him’.
2 Corinthians 5:19
Yes, in ‘the person of’ Christ, God has reconciled the world to himself, so that he does not credit people for their wrongdoings; and he has entrusted us with the task of proclaiming this message of reconciliation.
Col 1: 19-20
Yes, God has decided to dwell in him with the fullness of his being 20 and through him to reconcile the whole universe with himself. By shedding his blood on the cross, God created peace. Christ’s reconciliation encompasses everything on earth and everything in heaven.
Phil 2: 10-11
And because Jesus bears this name, everyone will one day throw themselves on their knees before him, everyone who is in heaven, on earth and under earth. 11 Everyone will acknowledge that Jesus Christ is Lord and will thereby give glory to God the Father.
Rev 21: 25-26
25 And their gates are not shut during the day; ‘Cause there won’t be a night 26 And the glory and the honor of the peoples will be brought into them.