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Everyday Faith Part 8

Join Ashley and Carlie in Everyday Faith Part 8. Did you know that you can activate your faith? In this series Ashley and Carlie explain what you can do to help kickstart your faith and see the promises of God manifest in your life!

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Carlie: Everyday Faith Part 8
Did you know that you can activate your faith? That’s right. There’s several things that you can do to help kickstart your faith, and see the promises of God manifest in your life. So stay tuned to find out how.

Speaker: Everyday Faith Part 8
Why live a normal life when you could be living the abundant life. Welcome to the Abundant Life Program with Ashley and Carlie Terradez.

Ashley: Everyday Faith Part 8
Hello and welcome to Abundant Life. So glad you’ve joined us today in the lounge. Praise God. We have an exciting program for you today because we are talking about faith. Everyday faith. And we’ve been talking about this we’ve had a series going for quite a few weeks now and we’re looking at how faith works in the everyday situations, everyday circumstances. Faith is meant to be something mysterious and something we can’t understand. Faith is meant to be something we live by, something we walk by, praise God and something you already have. If you’re born again today, you already have the faith you need. It’s just a matter of are you using what you already have. Amen.

Carlie: Everyday Faith Part 8
Amen. So we have been given, we started this whole series out with Romans 1:17 it says, “The just shall live by faith.” We were created by God in His image with His name and His authority, His DNA. Amen. But we were created to live by this thing called faith. And it’s how we access the promises of God that grace has provided for us. Is God’s currency of the kingdom. Faith is God’s currency of the kingdom. And that’s how we access those promises. Is how the promises that God has for us in the spiritual realm transfer over and manifest in our everyday life. And we have the faith of Jesus. We’ve mentioned this before. Romans 12:3 says, “We have the measure of faith, the same kind of faith as Jesus. We have the Jesus measure faith.” Amen.

Carlie: Everyday Faith Part 8
That’s potent stuff. Just a little bit of faith and move a mountain. Its powerful stuff? By faith itself that’s our victory of how we overcome the world. So the good news is today you have faith. Faith mountain moving, devil chasing, dead, raising, healing the sick kind of faith on the inside of you. More than enough faith you’re ever going to need to get the job done and access every promise that grace has provided for you. But we today, we’re going to be talking specifically about how do we activate the very faith that we have on the inside of us in the person of Jesus.

Carlie: Everyday Faith Part 8
And there are a few things as Ashley was saying. We’ve covered a lot of things through this course. So we’re at the very end of this course called Everyday Faith. And I do want to encourage you to get the whole course so you can get the full benefit of it. But today actually we’re going to be talking about activating our faith. Now there’s a few things that we want to close this series with. One of those things I think you have there in the scriptures and Isaiah, he has some things to say about this.

Ashley: Everyday Faith Part 8
Isaiah 46:10 says, “Declaring the end from the beginning, and from ancient times things that are not yet done, saying my counselors will stand and I will do all my pleasure.” And then dropping down verse 11 halfway through verse 11 says, “I will also bring it to pass. I have purposed it and I will do it.” You know, faith is doing those things or believe in those things that you haven’t seen come to pass yet.

Carlie: Everyday Faith Part 8
Right. Things that are real in the spiritual realm, maybe that you haven’t seen in the natural realm yet.

Ashley: Everyday Faith Part 8
Exactly. They ruin the spirit realm. And the spirit realm is the parental force. So everything physical you can see. Everything you can see is temporary. Everything you can’t see is eternal. Therefore the spirit realm is actually the parent force to the natural realm. So it’s more real.

Ashley: Everyday Faith Part 8
The spirit realm is more real. So who you are in the spirit…

Carlie: Everyday Faith Part 8
It was there before the natural world existed.

Ashley: Everyday Faith Part 8
Exactly. So who you are in the spirit is more real than who you are in the flesh, who you in the natural. And our natural circumstances, whatever you’re going through today, your natural circumstances are temporary. If you can see it, they are temporary, but the promises of God.

Carlie: Everyday Faith Part 8
That’s good news.

Ashley: Everyday Faith Part 8
Amen. That’s good news. If you’re going through a hard time, it’s temporary. You know Jesus said it, it came to pass. Praise God. These things are going to come to pass. The promise of God whatever you believe in, in the spirit realm they are eternal and they never fade out and never grow old just like all the promises of God. They are eternal. They’re forever. Praise God. You can trust them and believe them.

Ashley: Everyday Faith Part 8
Praise God. So this is talking about how we could declare those things, the things at the end from the beginning because those things, we know how the end is going to be, if you’d like. I’ve read the back of the book, we win. Amen. We know how this is going to turn out. You are going to win. Whichever way you’re going to be victorious. God has already paid for you to be victorious. Grace is already provides it. So you’re going to win. So you can declare them ends from the beginning. I do this myself. God will give us a word about something and I’ll declare it and I’ll say, “This is how it’s going to end. This is what’s going to happen in this situation.” Even though in the natural, I don’t see it. But what happens is I believe in the spiritual realm what’s already happened. And eventually the natural has to line up.

Ashley: Everyday Faith Part 8
As long as I don’t quit, as long as I don’t quit and say I tried that faith stuff, it doesn’t work. That’s like a man digging up the seed. Believing in the promises of God is like sowing seeds. One of the ways that faith works is seed time and harvest. In fact, everything I believe is Genesis 12 talks about as long as there’s Earth and as long as the Sun and the Earth, as long as there’s winter and summer, there’s going to be seed time and harvest. And what happens is we plant the seed of God’s word. Jesus talks about this many times. I’m thinking of Mark 4 in particular, he talks about how the word of God is like a seed and our hearts are like the the ground. And we sow the word of God in our hearts and then it produces.

Ashley: Everyday Faith Part 8
In Mark 4:26 there’s a story of the farmer who sows the seeds. He says he scatters the seed, and the seed bears fruit. He himself, the farmer does not know how. He doesn’t know how it works, but it works. And if we dig up our seed and say it’s not worth if we step out in favor, say I’m believing for my healing. Praise God. I’m believing 1 Peter 2:24, by his stripes I’m healed. And then you check your body I’ve still got pain, that didn’t work. Or if you’ve got lack in your bank account, you’re lacking your provision. And you say, I’m believing God, God’s going to provide all my needs according to his riches. Praise God. And then you look in your bank account still hasn’t gone up. And you still haven’t got the money for the rent. You say that didn’t work.

Ashley:
That’s like digging your seed up. That’s like saying the faith didn’t work I’m digging my seed. No, we have to declare the end from beginning. We say no, even though I don’t see it in the natural, God’s promised that I’m going to have enough to do everything he’s called me to do. Even though I don’t see the natural, God’s promised I’m going to live and not die. I’m going to live a long life. I know the plans I have for you. Says the little plans to prosper you and give you an expected end. And you have to declare those things cause they’re the truth.

Carlie:
Yeah.

Ashley:
You declare those things that you declare the beginning from the end. God knows the end from the beginning, so it’s a great advantage.

Carlie:
There’s life in the seed.

Ashley:
Amen.

Carlie:
Sometimes we forget that. When we speak words, the words that come out of our mouth are the one way that we are put full faith. Our faith is released. Life and death are in the power of our tongue. We had a situation one time where, our kids they went out. They were really small actually. And they went out and they went to the park and they collected, I think a acorn seeds. Some kinds of tree seeds.

Ashley:
Tree seeds?

Carlie:
Seeds of trees, acorns and they were on trees.

Ashley:
Not exactly [inaudible 00:06:51].

Carlie:
No, not really. Anyway, you have to know me. Like if a plant is going to grow in my house, it needs to make a noise or something or it’s not going to make it.

Ashley:
Carlie is the killer of all plants.

Carlie:
I did kill a succulent the other day.

Ashley:
She had like a Cactus and it died.

Carlie:
I think over watered it. I don’t know.

Ashley:
I actually found out what happened. Her friends came around and their kids picked all the leaves.

Carlie:
Yeah, so that wasn’t my fault. But anyway, the kids, I think Hannah was like four or five and she put these little acorn seeds in her pinafore dress pocket. And this must’ve been in like the full time. It was been about October or something. And well, we’ve done several loads of washing. This pinafore dress has been through the wash several times by them. And then in about the spring time out a tumble dryer stopped working.

Ashley:
Which is a crisis in a house-

Carlie:
It is a crisis.

Ashley:
…if the washing machine or the tumble dryer stops working. And for those who are watching in America-

Carlie:
It’s like call out the National Guard.

Ashley:
…washing machine and tumble dryer is the English way of saying it.

Carlie:
Yes.

Ashley:
But in America they say washer and dryer.

Carlie:
We bilingual. Anyway, so the dryer quit working and actually we prayed in tongues, smacked with a hammer that didn’t work. So we decided to take the back off, checked all the vents, took the back off. And sure enough in the back of the dryer a little, what is it called? An Oak tree was growing a little tree was growing.

Ashley:
A descent size tree, actually pushing its way through the deal there in the back of the dryer.

Carlie:
This amazed me because this seed had been through like 40 degree wash. And it had been living in the bottom of the dryer. But you know the whole time it had been in the dryer, it had been in just the right environment. It was planted in the lint there. It was warm. It was damp and it was growing. And that really spoke to me. This little seed has been through some harsh environments. But finally it’s come to a place where the conditions are right for it to be activated.

Carlie:
If you take, if you ever collect conkers I think we call them or acorn seeds, whatever it is, and you take them inside and you just put them in a drawer in the dark and nothing’s going to happen to them. They’ll get moldy. Nothing will happen to them. But if you take that seed and you plant it in the right environment. You put it in the soil, you water that thing, you speak sweet nothings to it, right?

Ashley:
Speak sweet nothings to seeds?

Carlie:
You got to speak to your plants right?

Ashley:
I’m not sure about that. They’ve done some experiments where people have spoken to rice and water and stuff. They speak nice words-

Carlie:
They grow better when you speak to them.

Ashley:
…and then they speak bad words and it grows bad. So carry on.

Carlie:
I’m being speaking to your plant anyway.

Ashley:
I’ll be dead by the end of the show.

Carlie:
Some faith you have in my horticulture. Don’t pull the leaves off anyway. This seed-

Ashley:
They got a price on it, they say that it’s $5.

Carlie:
Never work with animals or children, I’m just saying. So anyway, the seed, there’s life in the seed is my point. If you take the seed and you just put it in the drawer it’s going to die. But the minute you take that seed, the power is in the seed. And seeds will produce after their own kind. That seed started to grow in the bottom of that dryer even though it had been through some harsh environments. Sometimes we forget the power that lives on the inside of us because we’ve been through some harsh environments. We’ve come through some storms. We’ve come through some famines and droughts. And we’ve got some battle scars, but the life is still in the seed.

Carlie:
Your faith is alive and when we just take the word of God and plant it in our hearts with there are some things that we can do to activate the life that’s in that seed. It’s not dead. Even though on the outside it might look like not a lot is going on. When you take that seed and put it in the right environment, it will spring to life. And you can see this is in Romans. This is Abraham and Sarah in Romans 4:17 it says, “As it is written, I have made you the father of many nations before God whom he believes and who raises the dead and calls those things that do not exist as though they did.” One way that we can activate our faith is to call them things as though they are dead as though they are. To speak them things that be not as though they are. To declare the end from the beginning.

Carlie:
When we do that this isn’t just wishful thinking. We are getting into agreement with the faith of God, with the word of God, with the power of God in seed form and we are speaking its future into creation. It’s not going to make sense to your natural mind, but what Ashley was saying there was so important. In fact, we’ve, it’s so important.

Ashley:
I said something important.

Carlie:
It is the confession of our math. In fact, we have a whole confession card that if you need to get one of these, this will really bless you.

Ashley:
The confession guide basically Carlie wrote it. We had an argument. I was right. She was wrong, I think that’s how it went down. There was no sense in arguing. And she went and basically moaned to God about me and said, “God, you know this husband, you gave me.” And God said, “I want to talk about Ashley I want to talk about you.” And God had Carlie write out all the things, you know who she is in Christ. And then afterwards she looked back and everything she wrote down was a scripture. She found the scripture references from them. Its a whole card telling you who you are in Christ.

Ashley:
And it listed all out. It’s powerful. I use it regularly. They’re free to you. The details on your screen, you haven’t got one. You can get digital copy, completely free. And if you are in the States, then we’ll even send you a copy.

Carlie:
It is a great way to activate your faith.

Ashley:
It activates your faith because it’s the word of God and it’s planting the word of God in your heart. See, the word of God is that incorruptible seed. Peter puts it this way. I believe it’s in Peter, 1 Peter, and let me see. I think it’s 1 Peter 1:23. 1 Peter 1:23 puts it this way. He says, “We haven’t been born again, not of corruptible seed, but incorruptible seed through the word of God which lives and abides forever.” The word of God is that incorruptible seed.

Ashley:
The life is in the word. Praise God. The life’s in the word. In Hebrews 4:12 he says, “For the word of God is living. The word of God is living.” This is the living word. This is not like any other book. Yeah, the word of God is a living book. The word of God is living and it’s sharper than any two edged sword. Imagine the most sharp sore sword you can get. They’ve got these swords where they hold them out and they drop silk and silk just falls on them. And it cuts you in half.

Carlie:
I don’t have many of those. All of my knives are blunt.

Ashley:
For kitchen use and everything. Its sharper than any estimated sword. And listen to this, piercing even to the division of the soul and the spirit. We need the word of God to find out what’s our flesh or what’s our soul and what’s our spirit?

Ashley:
So I’m just thinking is that God or is that me? We actually just decipher between these things. Sometimes it can be our own desires. Sometimes they could be Godly desires. We need the word of God. We need the living word of God to show us these things. In between the joints and the marrow and is discerning the thoughts and intents of the heart. See discerns out our thoughts and intentions, but it’s living in the word of God is living. It’s alive. It’s sharper than a two edged sword. And we need to plant that word of God in our heart. Just like Carlie was saying about the seed. When we put the seed in the right conditions it’s going to grow. Just like we talked about in Mark 4:26, the farmer puts the seed in the ground. He does not know how but the seed grows itself.

Ashley:
The seed is going to grow. When you plant the word of God in your heart. When you believe the word above your circumstances it’s going to grow. Praise God. The word of God is going to produce and it’s not going to return void. One more scripture, this is 2 Corinthians 4:18 it says, while we do not look at the things which are seen, your trials and your situations, you’re going through whatever that is, but we look at the things which are not seen. The promises of God, the word of God for the things we’re just seeing, the temporary, but the things which are not seen are eternal. The word of God is eternal. It’s living. It’s a hundred percent foolproof. It’s the rock you can trust in. It’s never going to let you down. It’s completely reliable every time. Always. And it will work for whosoever. It will work for anyone who plants it.

Carlie:
Right?

Ashley:
The word of God will work for anyone who plants it in their heart.

Carlie:
It’s true. Amen. You know, there’s several things that we can be doing to activate our faith. Planting the word of God. We did a whole a whole session in this series about just taking the word of God and planting in our hearts.

Ashley:
Yeah.

Carlie:
But another thing we need to be doing is asking, is placing a demand on what Jesus has already done. Because we can be believing something in our hearts and never actually have it come out of our mouth.

Ashley:
Right.

Carlie:
And in that, we’ve read this in Mark 11:23-24. Many times in that passage alone, it says, speak to the mountain, this is talking about a fig tree there. They speak to the mountain, have faith in God, speak to the mountain. And many times it says, whoever says to this mountain, be cast into the sea and doesn’t doubt in his heart will see it happen. But we have to say it. We have to say it, and asking is a big part of that. Sometimes we forget to actually ask God for stuff. And that’s okay, that’s part of activating our faith.

Carlie:
It says this in Matthew, this is in Matthew 7 and it’s also in Luke 11 but in Matthew 7 it says, Matthew 7:7 it says, ask and it will be given to you. Seek and you will find. Knock and it will be open to you for everyone, not some people, everyone who asks receives and he who seeks, finds and to him who knocks, it will be opened. And a little bit studying the sentence in some of the Greek words in this, and it was fascinating. The word ask is from the Greek word ‘aiteó’. And it means requiring what is due or placing a demand on what is due. Right.

Carlie:
We need to be placing a demand on what Jesus has already done. Remember when Jesus died for us, his atonement, his sacrifice. It paid for a healing. By his stripes we were healed.

Ashley:
Amen.

Carlie:
He became poor that we might become rich. His strives paid for our poverty, his strives paid for our peace. The chastisement of our peace was upon him. All of these things that I’ve mentioned and many other things Jesus paid for. But when you know is there in our account.

Ashley:
Through grace. God has already provided these things. We’re not trying to get something we haven’t already got. Grace has already provided these things. If you’re born again today, you got everything in Christ. Just like Carlie says, they’re already yours. The question is, are you going to release them into the natural world realm.

Carlie:
Right. And how we receive what’s been provided is we place a demand on it. Say, okay, that’s mine. I’m taking it back. It’s mine. Thank you Jesus. So ask means to require what is due and the word given is ask and it will be given to you. So require what due and it will be given. That would given is didn’t mind and it means to return something to somebody that is already theirs. So we’re asking, we’re placing a demand on what Jesus has done and we are taking back what belongs to us.

Ashley:
If it’s already ours, we can just take it back. And in fact the Lord already told us we can have it. And if you’ve been told you can have it then I mean one time I was at Bible school, we went to Charis Bible College and Andrew Wommack is the founder of that Bible school. And Andrew Wommack was teaching and I was a student in class. It was 200 students in the class. And he said, “I’ve just got this new Jeep.” And he held up his Jeep keys and he said, if Ashley and he just pointed me out, I don’t know why and just pointing me and said. If I said to Ashley, “Ashley, you can borrow my car for the day.” He said you wouldn’t have to come and ask, “Please Andrew, can I borrow your car please.” And beg and plead.

Ashley:
He said he could just come up and take those keys because I’ve already told them he can have my car for the day. I’ve already told him he could borrow my car for the day. So he carried on teaching. He was teaching on this type of thing. He was teaching on prayer and about faith and that type of thing and I’ve got to thinking, I like cars. Some people say I’m carnal.

Carlie:
No dear. That’s a dead joke.

Ashley:
Carnal, is that a dead joke? Anyway, I like cars and this Jeep, just coming out and the Jeep Wrangler just coming out the new model, and this was like 10 years ago. I was like, I want to drive Andrew’s Jeep. So at the end of the lesson I’m going up to Andrew said, “Andrew, give me those keys.”

Carlie:
You didn’t even say please.

Ashley:
I didn’t say please, or thank you anything. I said, “Give me those keys.” And he took his keys said, “I knew you’d ask me.” He said, “Bring it back by three o’clock or whatever. I need it back by then.” So I went out driving Andrews Jeep. But that was big grin on my face. This is awesome. It’s bright yellow Jeep Wrangler. But guess what? It’s even better than that. Really. It’s like Andrew pulling his keys out and saying, actually have my car. We’ve given lots of cars away. It’s fun. Here’s the title, here’s the keys.

Ashley:
It’s your car. If someone gives you their car, you don’t have to beg and plead and wonder, “Am I going to get it or not?” No, it’s yours. And if for some reason they bought it back again, you could just come and take it from them because they’ve already given it to you. It’s your car. And basically what we’re saying is going and getting something that’s already yours. Is like if someone borrows something from you, you can go and take it back.

Ashley:
Kids do this all the time, right? They just, they borrow stuff from us or take, they just take it because it’s theirs. It’s rightfully theirs. The promises of God are rightfully yours. You can take them. In fact, I love this in, this is a Matthew 11 a lot of people misinterpret this verse, but this fits right in what we’re talking about. Matthew 11:11, “Assuredly, I say to you among those born of a woman there is not risen one greater than John the Baptist but he was least in the kingdom of heaven is greater than he.”, Let me explain this real quickly for me to go to the next verse. John the Baptist was the greatest man born of the old covenant. He was the greatest man born outside of the new covenant. And yet the least in the new covenant, the least person who’s been born in the new covenant is greater than John the Baptist.

Ashley:
That means if you get born again, you just scraping to heaven, you’re greater than John the Baptist. You have more than John the Baptist because the people in the old covenant never had what you had. The people in the old covenant, they didn’t have the Holy Spirit living inside them. They didn’t have Christ in them. The hope of glory. They didn’t have the church. They didn’t have the full word of God. They didn’t have the Holy Spirit and the prayer language and all these things. So anyway, that’s what that’s saying. And then in verse 12 there’s this, “And the from the days of John the Baptist, until now, the kingdom of heaven suffers violence and the violent take it by force.” That’s a great verse, the violent take it by force.

Carlie:
That’s really powerful. This is one of the characteristics of faith. You know, I was just reading there in Matthew 7 it says, “Ask and it’ll be given to you, seek and you’ll find, knock and it will be open to you. For everyone who receives and everyone who asks receives, and he who seeks finds. That word receives it mean, it’s from the Greek word ‘lambano’. It means to take by force or to obtain, to seize it.

Ashley:
Seize it. Violent, take it by force.

Carlie:
So we’re asking, if we put that into context of that whole passage. We are placing us. We are placing a demand on what Jesus has done and we are insisting that we are returned to us something that is ours.

Ashley:
Amen.

Carlie:
Everything that Jesus went to the grave for and and stole the the keys of hell itself. Plundered hell. Everything that Jesus took back for us, we say, “Okay, that’s mine. Thank you very much.” And we are receiving it by force. We taking it back. There is no thank you [inaudible 00:21:14]. You know there is a thank you very much. God said it. He says it’s mine, therefore I’m having it. I’m taking it back. The violent take it by force. Faith has a made you attitude. This isn’t a fancy pancy you know, this isn’t even polite.

Ashley:
And people say what it isn’t honoring to God. It is honoring to God when we placed a demand on his promises. We looked at this in a previous lesson, but Psalms 35:27 God gets glorified when we prosper. God gets glorified and put demands on his promises. That’s why in 2 Corinthians 9:7 it says, “God loves a cheerful giver.” All these things basically are saying we could tell 20 scriptures about this. God gets honored and glorified when we operate in His promises because He’s already provided them for us. He’s already given Him before us. He already paid the price for him and He gets glorified and He gets honor when we step out into those promises and make those promises happen. If our kids came to us and begged us for dinner, please can we have dinner or please can we have a can of soda, please give me a can of soda.

Ashley:
And we had guests around, then this is a bit weird. Now our kids just walk up to the fridge, open the fridge and take out soda.

Carlie:
Because they know who they are.

Ashley:
They know who they are. They know they are our kids, they know that’s rightfully theirs and they just take. And it’s very honoring to God when we take the promises of God and run with them. Praise God. It is God’s will for us to take these promises and run with them. And I’m telling you, God, God is, I’m telling, he will do his word. His word does not return to Him void. This is 1 Thessalonians 5:24, he who calls you, he called you is faithful and he will also do it. He’s going to perform this thing. He’s going to do it. That’s 1 Thessalonians 5:24. And then another great verses Isaiah 55:11, puts it this way.

Ashley:
“So shall my word be that goes full from my mouth.” It is God speaking. “He shall not return to me void, but it shall accomplish what I please and it shall prosper in the thing which I sent it to.” Amen. So God’s will is for us to take the promises of God, sow them in our heart, believe them by faith. This is talking about everyday faith is talking about how we operate in faith every day, day in day out. Faith raising our kids, faith caring for our friends and family. Faith with our finances, faith with our health and healing, faith with anxiety and peace of mind. Faith in every area of our life. This is how we do it. Praise God. We put demand on the promises of God. It’s already ours and faith takes it. Praise God. Faith is a taking and a having, right.

Carlie:
Right. There’s a couple of things there that we can do to activate our faith. Let’s take the word of God, plant it in our heart. Cool those things that they know as though they are.

Ashley:
Amen.

Carlie:
And place a demand on what Jesus has done. What do we do if we run into some challenges? Well, there’s a couple of things and we want to just leave you with before we wrap up this series here. And one of those things is don’t tolerate words that spoken or reports that come that are against, that are contrary to the word of God. Isaiah 54:17 says, “That no weapon formed against you can prosper every tongue that rises against you and judgment, you shall condemn it.” We can’t afford to be quiet when things rise up against the word of God, gone against the promises of God in our life.

Carlie:
If we want to see those promises come to pass. We’ve lived this in our own life, even with our kids where their own physical challenges that we’ve been through. When those symptoms rise up man, quickly release your words of power and stand up against that symptom. Whatever it is that’s coming against you.

Carlie:
The last thing that I’ve gotten here is don’t tolerate fear. Just real quickly. This is in Luke 8:49-50, but you know what Gyrus came and he hears his daughter is dead. He gets the report and and Jesus immediately spins around and he says to Gyrus, do not fear Gyrus? Do not fear only believe. Jesus was really insistent. We cannot be people of fear and faith. So I’m going to challenge you today. Don’t let fear take up residence on the inside of your temple. You’re the temple of the Holy Spirit. Amen.

Ashley:
Amen.

Carlie:
You are a man and a woman of faith and all the perfect love that casts out fear dwells on the inside of you in the person of Jesus. Be people of faith and stop tolerating fear.

Ashley:
Amen. And Jesus told you obvious he could do it. That means he could do it.

Carlie:
Amen. If Jesus said you can do it, you can do it.

Ashley:
Amen. You can choose not to fear today. You can choose to step into faith. You can choose to shut the door to fear and doubt and unbelief. Praise God. And you can walk in faith every day faith. You can walk in the faith of God. You can walk in faith that’s going to receive the promises of God. Amen. So that’s the end of the series. Want to pray for you before we let you go?

Carlie:
Yep.

Ashley:
Father God I thank you for everyone watching and listening today. Father, I thank you Lord that you’ve set it up, that we are already victorious. You’ve already given us the victory and I think Lord by faith we are having these things. We are reaching out and grabbing these things. The violent take it by faith Lord. And we put demand on your promises. I thank God you get glorified.

Ashley:
You get honored when we walk in your promises. And I thank you for everyone watching and listening whatever their circumstance, wherever they’re battling against, wherever they believe in for, I thank God they are walking by faith and not by sight. They trusted in your word instead of the circumstances. They’re putting their hope and trust in you Lord the only book. And I thank Lord they are coming out victorious in Jesus name. I thank you for people being healed and set free and released in Jesus’ name. Amen.

Carlie:
Amen.

Ashley:
Isn’t God good? Let’s go. We’ll see you next time. Remember, don’t just live the normal life when you could be living the abundant life.

Narrator:
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Ashley:
We’ve been talking about faith. In fact, we’ve called this series Everyday Faith. We’re talking about how faith can operate in your life. How you can use the faith you’ve already got to receive the promises of God. Now on these abundant life programs, me and Carlie are under limited amount of time and as you can see, we often don’t get through all the teachings. If you get this teaching package that’s available in your screen. If you get this product, it’s going to go into more depth and it’s going to share with you a lot more than what we’ve been sharing today. So go ahead and get the product, is available on your screen and you can receive the promises of God by faith. So Everyday Faith. Get it today.

Narrator:
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Speaker 4:
Had chronic pain in my shoulder, I can’t sleep at night. I’m healed. I can hear better. Praise God.

Narrator:
Ashley and Carlie Terradez will be joined by special guests Prophet Joseph Z and Pastor Lawson Perdue. At their free abundant life event.

Speaker 5:
Now this Jesus came not just to give us life, but to give us life more abundantly.

Speaker 4:
God’s got provision for everyone to live an abundant life.

Narrator:
Abundant life event Colorado Springs 2019, Saturday, April 27 at Charis Christian Center. Find more details on our website, abundantlifeevent.com. Why live a normal life when you could be living the abundant life? Join us next time for the Abundant Life program with Ashley and Carlie Terradez.

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