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Sealed Unto His Coming

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Sealed Unto His Coming is not just a commentary on the entire Bible, although it is, but it has this feature: each chapter of the book is an independent Bible Study in its own right. In other words, each chapter can be used as a "stand alone" unit, thus lending itself to group endeavors. Because this book is focused on one theme, there is a steady movement to build a bank of knowledge about "the Sealed." It unfolds in progression throughout the text. The reader is encouraged to let the ideas explored become a part of his or her thinking, for carry over learning techniques are used as an integral process.

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Sealed Unto His Coming will not be "light" or "easy" reading. However, rather than requiring a reader to look up text, the Biblical passage is included in the work. Care has been made to choose Scripture references for inclusion which will illustrate the teaching points being discussed. Room has been given for the Holy Spirit to lead the reader to other passages and give further enlightenment on the various areas of focus. Additional care has been used to separate Scripture from the author's comments, which may seem cumbersome at first, with the addition of punctuation and brackets, but will be taken in stride as time goes by.

Sealed Unto His Coming is divided into seven parts. Within the parts, most Scriptural books have been placed in the sequence they were written. For instance, in the Old Testament, the prophets appear as they appeared on the scene and in the order of their ministry, rather than their placement in the Bible. Similarly, in the New Testament, the writings of Paul are in chronological order, beginning with Galatians.

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Author C.R. Oliver

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