15 Classes The Law Was Made For

Date Posted:11/30/2014 3:56 PM


As you can see there is alot on my mind this morning. And since everybody everywhere is saying they are following JESUS and keeping the LAW at the

same time. I want to show them here just why the LAW was given. And maybe after studying this, will they still try to uphold the LAW. I guess they are

in one of these classes of People. Wonder if they will go to heaven when they die? But I guess, these sinners still think they are going to heaven. They

are in a total delusional state.


Fifteen Classes the Law Was Made For

  1. Lawless-Greek: anomos (NT:459), contempt for law; no rule of moral conduct. Translated “lawless” (1 Tim. 1:9); “without law” (1 Cor. 9:21); “unlawful” (2 Peter 2:8); “transgressor” (Mark 15:28; Luke 22:37); and “wicked” (Acts 2:23; 2 Thes. 2:8).
  2. Disobedient-Greek: anupotaktos (NT:506), not under subjection; undisciplined. Translated “disobedient” (1 Tim. 1:9); “not put under” (Hebrews 2:8); and “unruly” (Titus 1:6,10).
  3. Ungodly-Greek: asebes (NT:765), irreligious (1 Tim. 1:9; 1 Peter 4:18; 2 Peter 2:5; 2 Peter 3:7; Jude 1:4,15).
  4. Sinners-Greek: hamartolos (NT:268), transgressors of law. Translated “sinner” 41 times and “sinful” (Mark 8:38; Luke 5:8; Luke 24:7; Romans 7:13).
  5. Unholy-Greek: anosios (NT:462), totally depraved; the utter opposite of holiness within and without. Only here and 2 Tim. 3:2.
  6. Profane-Greek: bebelos (NT:952), not fit to attend public worship (1 Tim. 1:9; 1 Tim. 4:7; 1 Tim. 6:20; 2 Tim. 2:16; Hebrews 12:16).
  7. Patricides-Greek: patraloas (NT:3964), those who strike or slay their father. Only here.
  8. Matricides-Greek: metraloas (NT:3389), those who strike or slay their mother. Only here.
  9. Murderers-Greek: androphonois (NT:409), those who take any human life contrary to law. Only here.
  10. Whoremongers-Greek: pornois (NT:4205), male prostitutes
  11. Sexual perverts-Greek: arsenokoitais (NT:733), those guilty of unnatural sexual practices
  12. Menstealers-Greek: andrapodistais (NT:405), kidnappers; those who steal slaves and sell and buy them, or who hold men for ransom. Only here.
  13. Liars-Greek: pseustais (NT:5583), saying for truth what is known to be false (1 Tim. 1:10; John 8:44-45; Romans 3:4; Titus 1:12; 1 John 1:10; 1 John 2:4,22; 1 John 4:20; 1 John 5:10).
  14. Perjurers-Greek: epiorkois (NT:1965), those who lie under oath. Only here.
  15. Those guilty of any vice contrary to sound doctrine (1 Tim. 1:10; Galatians 5:21).

Published by Tweety134

I love Jesus. And I only read the King James Scriptures.

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