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Monday, August 6, 2012

Ian Clayton Free Download - Gateways of the Threefold Nature of Man

Here's a free copy of Ian Clayton's "Gateways of the Threefold Nature of Man". Ian talks about this a LOT in his teachings as a must have, foundational revelation that started him on his journey into entering into the Kingdom of God.
"As a young Christian, I often wondered why I struggled with areas of my life. After deliverance, I would find freedom for a time, but I would find, suddenly, one day, all the old garbage was back in my life, and there very strongly.

This began a journey of discovery that has brought a clearer understanding of how we are supposed to function as Christians with Christ at the Center of our Being.

These are some of the keys that I have found that will enable you to be able to maintain freedom and liberty and express the Kingdom of Heaven through you to the world around you." - Ian Clayton

Ian Clayton - Gateways of the Threefold Nature of Man
3-Fold Nature of Man
This is a situation as Christians I believe we can all relate to. If not, then you're lying to yourself!

It's so important to understand how you are made, and where you come from to know how to overcome and live a victorious life in Christ.

*Now "Gateway" is just another word for "Door", so please don't get caught up in a religious mindset that will rob you from receiving this truth.

Remember, in Revelation 3:20, Jesus himself states "Behold, I stand at the DOOR and knock..."

And the last I check, Jesus wasn't part of the "New Age".

If you like this, then please share it on Twitter, Facebook, Google +, or just simply tell a friend about the site to help spread the word.

To those who read the Threefold Nature of Man by Ian Clayton, do not read only a part of it, as a part is only a little edge of the sword. As you lay hold of the whole, you will be able to possess what is rightfully yours!


Gateways of the Threefold Nature of Man - Ian GW Clayton

4 comments:

  1. this says "free download" but there is no way to really download it to computer. is that what you intended?

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  2. I wondered the same thing ....

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  3. I sent the article via email to myself and saved to my computer..

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  4. How did you email it to yourself?

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