Sandy Warner ~ ~ ~ ~



[I had been praying for months about the concept of judgment and how that relates to the heart of God when He has called me to be an intercessor of mercy.  This rhema was my answer from the Lord.]


HEARDTo learn whatever My sons  are supposed to learn from without being judged. 


CT:  3:38  {to check, beat back;  Jezebel}


NT:348 anakopto (an-ak-op'-to); from NT:303 and NT:2875; to beat back, i.e. check:

KJV - hinder.



OT:348 'Iyzebel (ee-zeh'-bel); from OT:336 and OT:2083; Izebel, the wife of king Ahab:

KJV - Jezebel.


HEARDTo the nations.


CT:  647:  {breeze; divorce, separate



OT:647 'Aphiyach (af-ee'-akh); perhaps from OT:6315; breeze; Aphiach, an Israelite:

KJV - Aphiah.



NT:647 apostasion (ap-os-tas'-ee-on); neuter of a (presumed) adj. from a derivative of NT:868; properly, something separative, i.e. (specially) divorce:

KJV - (writing of) divorcement.


Note:  Apostasia gets its name from the same root as the above divorce.


NT:646 apostasia (ap-os-tas-ee'-ah); feminine of the same as NT:647; defection from truth (properly, the state) ["apostasy"]:

KJV - falling away, forsake.


HEARD Fig Leaves.


QUICKENED REMEMBRANCE:  Leaves represents fig leaves of self righteousness and the fig tree with no fruit.


[Lord as You saying that if You raise a young prophet without judgment, they end up false prophets because they have not been corrected or disciplined?]


HEARDThat is correct.  Flesh without judgment. 


CT:  7:49  {to reach a point; high priest (intercession)}

OT:749 'arak (Aramaic) (ar-ak'); properly, corresponding to OT:748, but used only in the sense of reaching to a given point; to suit:

KJV - be meet.



NT:749 archiereus (ar-khee-er-yuce'); from NT:746 and NT:2409; the high-priest (literally, of the Jews, typically, Christ); by extension a chief priest:

KJV - chief (high) priest, chief of the priests.


HEARDBalance is necessary in raising My children. 


CT:  8:11 {fruit;  riotous, excess}



OT:811 'eshkowl (esh-kole'); or 'eshkol (esh-kole'); probably prolonged from OT:810; a bunch of grapes or other fruit:

KJV - cluster (of grapes).




NT:811 asotos (as-o'-toce); adverb from the same as NT:810; dissolutely:

KJV - riotous.



NT:810 asotia (as-o-tee'-ah); from a compound of NT:1 (as a negative particle) and a presumed derivative of NT:4982; properly, unsavedness, i.e. (by implication) profligacy:

KJV - excess, riot.





You are My intercessors and I listen to your pleas and voice.  What you have to say matters to Me and I listen when I AM weighing the balance scales of justice.  Merciful ones, the truth is that if I were to raise My children with all mercy and no judgment, they would not learn accountability.   No accountability to My Word would carry them off into apostasy. 


I raise children upon a balance scale that builds up and tears down. I build My character within their lives and I tear down altars of sin.  I build up My gifts within My children and bring the rod of correction to rebellion.  I prune the dead works of flesh so that I may bring forth good fruit of My Spirit into their lives.  In all ways because I love My children, mercy and forgiveness always reign over judgment.  Even so, correction is a necessary part of My family.  This needed correction produces the fruit of rightful living and walking in My paths of righteousness.  Beloved ones, to accept this is to embrace Me and My ways.


Heb 12:6-7; 11-13 AMP

For the Lord corrects and disciplines everyone whom He loves, and He punishes, even scourges, every son whom He accepts and welcomes to His heart and cherishes.  You must submit to and endure [correction] for discipline; God is dealing with you as with sons. For what son is there whom his father does not [thus] train and correct and discipline?


...For the time being no discipline brings joy, but seems grievous and painful; but afterwards it yields a peaceable fruit of righteousness to those who have been trained by it [a harvest of fruit which consists in righteousness — in conformity to God's will in purpose, thought, and action, resulting in right living and right standing with God].  12 So then, brace up and reinvigorate and set right your slackened and weakened and drooping hands and strengthen your feeble and palsied and tottering knees, [Isa 35:3.]   13 And cut through and make firm and plain and smooth, straight paths for your feet [yes, make them safe and upright and happy paths that go in the right direction], so that the lame and halting [limbs] may not be put out of joint, but rather may be cured.



Words from the The Quickened Word are excerpts from the journals of Sandy Warner.  To better understand how God speaks, read Sandy’s book, “101+ Ways God Speaks, And How to Hear Him.”  Website:    Email:  







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