Author: Ron Graham
Fundamental and foundational teaching presenting 17 principles about God’s promises, oath, and seal, guaranteeing eternal life through Jesus Christ ( lessons). Touch any title next to an arrow in the list below.
Seal of God Chart —In our lessons on the Seal of God, the ideas are fairly complex, but this page provides an introductory chart that will get us off to a good start
Index to 17 Principles —Our lessons on the Seal of God cover 17 principles about the promise, oath, and seal. These principles are listed and each is linked to the lesson that treats of it.
God Made a Promise —we are going to begin our studies with something we all find fairly easy to understand: the promise of God. We will summarize that promise as a foundation for the following studies.
God’s Promise Confirmed and Guaranteed — We begin our studies with something we all find fairly easy to understand: the promise of God. We will summarize that promise as a foundation for the following studies.
The Promise, Oath, and Seal for All —The Promise of God is certain, yet God has confirmed it by oath and guaranteed it with a seal.
Who Gets God’s Seal? —Another lesson about God’s promise, oath, and seal. This shows that they are for the whole world.
Three Distinct Blessings —In this lesson we show that the oath and the seal are not one and the same thing, but different blessings.
The Seal and Miracles —This lesson concludes that miraculous gifts are not the gift or seal of the Spirit which is promised to all Christians.
The Indwelling Spirit —This study identifies the Seal of God, and shows that it can be called by five interchangeable terms.
The Spirit Works With the Word —Compares scripture with scripture regarding the Spirit and the word.
The Unbreakable Seal —The Seal of God is immediate unbreakable, and conditional.
If We Sin Wilfully —We examine seven portions of scripture that show that we Christians, although certainly secure, nurtured, and protected, will not remain so unless we respond to God's grace and diligently fulfill his conditions according to his purpose for us.
Apostasy and its Consequences —What is lost when one falls away from grace? What is the doom of those who fall?
Tasted of Grace —Examines the argument that those who fall away have only tasted of grace and had not fully partaken of grace.
The Marks of a Saint —On this chart I have arranged 21 spiritual blessings into seven groups of three. We might call these the seven marks of a saint.
The Security of the Saints —A simple scripture chain on the security or perseverance of the saints.
The Saints Saved and Sealed —Three point study of our three last principles: All the saints are sealed, only saints are sealed, and all the saved are saints.