Many of us go through life with a low self-esteem that is centered around the self image we have developed regarding our bodies and many of us hate our bodies because of the problems we see in it.
In this teaching set Ian Clayton talks about the issues we face as believers because of our attitudes towards our bodies and how we can begin to see our bodies in the light of God's desire for us and why our bodies are so important.
The Going Beyond Conference Set contains the following sessions:
Ezekiel One : The first vision of Ezekiel the Priest is one of the most graphical descriptions of Tenakh. In this session Ian walks through this vision and how it relates to who we are.
Ezekiel Ten: Carrying on from the first session, Ian now looks at Ezekiel's next vision and how it relates to his first.
The Different Races in Genesis: In the first chapters of Genesis, we read of giants, angels and more. In this session Ian goes through the amazing number of beings referred to in the beginning chapters of Genesis.
A Body Transformed: In this session Ian talks about just how important of bodies are to us and what the future holds for us as a species.
Hannah: In this session Ian breaks down the amazing actions of Hannah and her priestly service to G-d, that resulted in one of Yisrael's greatest priests.
Priesthood: What does it mean to be a priest of G-d and where is our priesthood heading? In this session Ian discusses where we are heading in our service of G-d.
Please Note: There are currently no drawings included with this set.
Building on the Kingdom Mysteries 2 Conference, this conference delves deeper into the governmental realms of our Fathers Kingdom and our responsibilities as to mature sons of God to administer Heaven into the Kingdom of the Earth.
Please note : Due to technical difficulties during recording. There are audio skips at times, where words get cut off. Some are obvious and others not so much. We have decided to release this conference set, as we feel that the audio skips do not detract from the messages as a whole and that the content is extremely good and needs to be heard.