What are the three essentials to an official seal?

Answer

To be complete, an official seal must show three things: (1) The name of the lawgiver; (2) his official
position, title, or authority, and so his right to rule; and (3) his kingdom, or the extent of his dominion and
jurisdiction. Thus: "George VI, King of Great Britain," "Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of the United
States."
 


By whom were the men directed who thus spoke for God?
What is revealed by the law?
What is the mark of a true friend?
What answer was addressed to Daniel?
How did Christ speak of the gathering of the Gentiles?
What did Christ tell the rich young man to do?
By what have these things been revealed to us?

Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle