Sandy Warner ~ ~ ~ ~


VISION AT CHURCH 6/16/05: Today during worship I saw the movement of Jesus going down on one knee to put on a white bridal shoe on my right foot. I did not see His face, but knew it was Him and saw the swirling movement of His kneeling down on one knee, then as I looked down, I did see the lovely white satin shoe in a pair of hands.

HEARD: Do not be ashamed. My bride, I will cushion you. Step.

When the Lord speaks to us, it is always very personal and this Word was very, very intimate to me. I did not realize He had been listening to my heart when earlier in the prayer room I was looking around at all the lovely feet of the women intercessors. So many of them were wearing sparkled sandals and open toed shoes. Their toes were painted and some even had toe rings and anklet bracelets on. I was thinking how dainty and feminine they all looked, not over done or gaudy at all, but delicate and beautiful. I thought how much the Lord loves the feet of those that bring good news. I looked down at my leather sandaled feet with socks, and drew them in under my chair. His heart must have winced when He saw me do that. Tears filled my eyes as I realized this.

Later as we were singing the words, "As I dance at Your feet Lord", I was thinking about feather light feet. I had a dancing intercessor friend who used to lean down and pray over my feet and she would always pray "dancing, feather light feet" over them. This was rather funny to both of us because whenever the Lord's Presence would descend upon me, my legs would get very heavy and wobbly (inebriated!) and I could hardly walk, let alone dance at those times. As I was thinking about the miracle it would be to have feather light feet and dance like that, I heard the Lord once again:

HEARD: Tender kisses.

My heart melted at how much He was loving the shame off my feet today during church.


UPDATE: Yesterday My beloved husband took me out and we went shopping for flip flop sandals to match my new summer outfits. I had a vision of beautiful white sandals decorated in white flowers and I wanted to see if I could find some pretty flip flops. We found most of them on sale and decorated with jewels, flowers and dainty things in vivid colors. Wow, two pairs were only one dollar! I was so excited to have feminine feet!!

Today after 30 years of naked toes, I soaked my feet in bath salts and painted my toenails. I felt like a giggling child as I look down at them. Later my sweetheart comes in and peers down at my feet. "Would you like to cuddle after your toes are dry?" … {long pause} … So I am laying in my beloved's arms and thinking once again how much the Lord loves our feet and wants to plant tender kisses upon them and adorn them with His love and anointing. I say out loud: "Just think, my husband was attracted to my beautiful toes, so he asked me if I would like to cuddle!!!" … for some reason he thought that was quite hilarious… (smile)



This may be a strange story to you. But it is very meaningful to me and I know to the Lord. You see, I fight lupus in this tired body and one of its main targets is painful feet. I wear special shoes to cushion them. They are not beautiful or dainty shoes, they are practical and useful shoes. I find little purpose or time for painted toes. When I studied about lupus, one of the things I realized is that it is parable of self rejection because the body's own immunities fights itself. It is riddled with self condemnation, rejection, shame, blame, and guilt. Beloved, the second commandment is to love others as we love ourselves. If we can not care for and nurture our own bodies, how can we nurture others? Self rejection grieves our Beloved Husband.

So I may not always have time to love my toes as I did today, but I will always carry the memory in my heart of the summer that my Beloved loved and kissed the feet of His bride and made her giggle like a child again.



CONFIRMATION: Just as I finished this post, my housecleaner came. She said, "Did I tell you about Owie Foot? She had NO idea I had written this post, neither does she know about my feet. She recently moved and now lives in the country near the woods. A family of deer come out when the wind blows and they scamper about and frolic. They kick their feet out from under them and bounce in the air, seemingly like dancing in the wind. One of them has a deformed foot and can not jump, but he gladly watches them and stays with his family. She told me she wanted to write a story about Owie Foot dancing in the wind. I asked her to come sit down and read this.




{Words to Ponder are summaries of His quickened Words of prophetic revelation, punched with the word of wisdom and written under inspiration.}


How precious are the feet of My Beloved Bride! Though she limps with suffering, pain and shame, she knows in Whom she puts her trust. She bravely trusts Me for each and every step, and leans upon her Beloved King. How little she understands the depths of My eternal love for her! How I long to plant My lips upon her feet and tenderly kiss them stable again! Rise up My wife, My Beloved Bride! Rise up and stand, for Your King has called you into His chambers. Rise up, My love, My fair one and come away with Me.

Song 7:1 NKJV

How beautiful are your feet in sandals, O prince's daughter!

Ps 18:33 NKJV

He makes my feet like the feet of deer, and sets me on my high places.

Song 2:8-10 NKJV

The voice of my beloved! Behold, he comes leaping upon the mountains, skipping upon the hills. My beloved is like a gazelle or a young stag. Behold, he stands behind our wall; He is looking through the windows, gazing through the lattice. My beloved spoke, and said to me: "Rise up, my love, my fair one, and come away.




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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