Sandy Warner ~ ~ ~ ~



PIXI saw a rock being thrown into a pond and the rings moving outward from where it entered the water.


Insert rock into a lake




This morning I decided I was tired of my computer screen and so I searched for a photo instead of just a color background.  I chose this photo and as I entered into its beauty, it gave me life.  I remembered the smell of the evergreen trees.  I recalled the gentle breeze on my face as I stood at the edge of the water.  There was the caw of a bird that flew overhead.  At the water’s edge a tiny frog jumped in and I watched the ever increasing circle of water expand from his entrance.  I knew the water was cold to the touch and refreshing.  I took a deep breath; the air was cool and all was at peace.


You may wonder how I can gain so much from looking at a photo.  Our family used to back pack every summer into the high mountain lakes where few knew such a life existed.  As I pondered this ability to enter in, the Lord quickened to me something that I knew was important.  His Words are much deeper than flat letters on paper.  And often more times than not, we have to experience His Words to really know them.  Life’s most valuable lessons are more than taught, sought and caught.  When we have been there and lived through it, it becomes more than a lesson.  It becomes a part of us that is not forgotten. 


Gen 30:27 NKJV

And Laban said to him, "Please stay, if I have found favor in your eyes, for I have learned by experience that the LORD has blessed me for your sake."




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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