UA-96339200-1 Anagkazo, Biazo & Anadeia

Anagkazo, Biazo & Anadeia

July 7, 2013
Ephesians 2:8-10

Three Greek Words That Will Help Us To Evangelize

1. Anagkazo Luke 14:16 -23
-Anagkazo means to compel, necessitate, drive, constrain by all means, such as force, threats, persuasion and entreaties.
-Anagkazo is translated into 'compel' in the KJV Bible in Luke 14:23.

2. Biazo
- Biazo means to force one's way into a thing. Matt 11:11,12
- Biazo is translated into 'force' in Matt 11:12 in the KJV.

3. Anaideia Luke 11:5-8
- Anaideia means to be shameless, and is translated into "importunity" in Luke 11:8 in the KJV.

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