There is no doctrine of either the second or third use of the law to be found in Paul, rather there is a doctrine of justification by faith based solely on Jesus Christ. Paul's doctrine of justification apart from the law, Romans 3:28, refutes all such ideas that could possibly be any extension of legalism in the new church age. Paul believed that the churchs which he raised up must be Spirit-led, not law controlled. Even though he saw his converts confronted by many numerous threats and dangers, he had faith in the believers because he had faith in the ability of the Holy Spirit to make the gospel triumph in the church's pilgrimage through this world. Paul never lost his faith in the power of the gospel to bring guidance as well as salvation. He never resorted to law-control, even when human behavior threw entire churches into disorder. Because we are not preaching the true gospel today, there are unbelievable events taking place in the church. There is confusion and frustration, and a growing demand for a whole new church to be formed in the spirit of hungry believers today. Even in Pauls day there were wondering prophets and schismatic spirits and aberrant human behavior which might have caused an ordinary man to turn to law-control, but Paul was not ordinary. He had been raised up by God for the sole purpose of telling the world that it is Christ in you who is the hope of glory-not what you do, not what you live. Even in Paul's day, there were many people who said that the church must have some stringent control over believers. This came into view by the Latin mind. It is the Latin translation of the scriptures which has carried us from the Christ-life to the unbelievable law preaching we have today. Consequently, we have a great falling away from Grace. General mistrust appears, which means there is a lack of trust in the power of Christ in the believer. When fear raises its head, there is fear of sin, fear that the power of sin may be greater than that of love. Because we have not preached the true gospel today, there is a small faith, for Faith cometh by the hearing of the word. Small faith demands props, crutches, religious baptisms, and man-made doctrines, such as eternal security for the conserving a right order in the church. Small faith longs for legal regulation and a man's formal limits, which in turn the demands law. It was out of this small faith that began in Pauls day, by those who would not except his revelation. Soon small faith won the upper hand, and fear of sin became greater than trust in God, everything that Christ in the believer meant became of no avail. The church itself took the place of the Holy Spirit, and the doctrines of the church took the place of Christ living in the believer as his only life.