Sandy Warner ~ ~ ~ ~



Experience Given to Wilson Castro


"There had been a misunderstanding at church between my wife and a sister from our congregation. So my wife and I went to the couple's house to discuss it. What began as a civilized conversation, turned into a third world war. I mean things got pretty ugly. There were things bottled up inside of both parties that needed to be brought out into the open. No one was spared. I myself was furious and getting ready to bring out the big guns when I suddenly realized that this friendship could not end. We had a covenant relationship with each other and therefore had no choice ... We would have to work things out. Right about this time we all began to run out of ammunition. It was time to forgive and make up.


After making our peace with each other, we sat in a circle to pray. That's when it happened ... above our heads, out of nowhere, it rained gold dust upon all of us. It was amazing! The sound was of someone pouring a bucket of sand over us. Because our eyes were open we saw the gold dust fall like grains of sand out of thin air. I've seen gold dust before, but nothing like this. The message was quite clear: The Lord honors unity and forgiving hearts.


As I ponder on what happened that night I ask myself what was so special about that particular reconciliation? What was it that the Lord honored in our hearts? I believe it was the determination from both parties to keep the commitment we had with each other and forgive. You see, we live in a world where relationships are conditional and discardable. This is the spirit of the world. The problem is, it has gotten into the church. We don't believe in relationships anymore. We've all been betrayed, disappointed or let down in some degree so we're no longer willing to risk getting hurt. We then go through life wearing our friendly neighborhood masks and try to get along. But that isn't commitment, that's diplomacy. We're a family! Families fight. Families get on each others nerves. Families laugh and cry together. They go through good times and bad times together, but never let go. That night we were a family and I believe that's what pleased the Lord.


This afternoon I was reading "Heaven Awaits the Bride", by Anna Rountree. There was a paragraph that called my attention and which I believe confirms the golden dust experience.


"Anna", He [Jesus] said finally,  "divisions are coming." He looked out over the hills. "For those who embrace the fear of the Lord and follow His precepts, His golden goodness will pour upon them. (pg. 246)


She then writes as a footnote: The Holy Spirit brings together those who reverence the Lord God so they may encourage one another in Christ. (Hb.3:13)


Isn't that amazing!


"Neither pray I for these alone, but for them also which shall believe on me through their word; That they all may be one; as thou, Father, art in me, and I in thee, that they also may be one in us: that the world may believe that thou hast sent me." (John 17:20,21)


Now here's a note about the gold dust. Some have asked if it is biblical? Well, there is a Bible verse that seems to fit the phenomenon. It's Psalms 68:13: "When you lie down among the sheepfolds, You are like the wings of a dove covered with silver, And its feathers with glistening gold." (NASB). We have experienced both silver and gold dust for a couple of years now - sometimes appearing on people's faces, hair and clothes and other times appearing on objects. Signs that make you wonder (smile)."


{end Wilson Testimony}




Note from Sandy:  Wilson is one of my spiritual sons and he is from Brazil.  He has had some awesome experiences in the Lord.  You may view the slideshow and video of the gold, including some of his other experiences at this link:



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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