Sandy Warner ~ ~ ~ ~



I call our QW Class the school of the prophetic.  Someone in the QW Class asked me if I thought those in the class were prophets.  I thought it was a valid question and wanted to pass my answer on to you.


I totally agree that it is presumptuous to consider ourselves a prophet, just because we are prophetic.  This whole subject has been a tangled ball of yarn for me.  On one side, when we are born, we are given a name and it is who we are regardless of our performance or what we do in life.  Likewise, when Jeremiah was in the womb, he was set apart and then ordained a prophet to the nations.  He certainly wasn’t doing much for the nations in the womb.  (smile) Therefore, being a prophet has nothing to do with producing anything for anyone.  On one side we can say it is our future destiny to produce for the nations, but in Jeremiah's case he was a prophet before he was born.


Jer 1:5

"Before I formed you in the womb I knew you; Before you were born I sanctified you; I ordained you a prophet to the nations."


The truth is that the time we are living in (since the 1980's) is that the Lord is raising up a prophetic generation who understand and speak the language of God, which is prophetic.  The testimony of Jesus Christ is prophesy.  The season is the face of the eagle in the 4 living creatures and we are going to turn and change towards the lion probably as soon as 2012, which is to raise up an apostolic generation. 


When I label our class like the school of the prophets, it is the idea that prophetic people, who speak the same language have a gathering place to hang out and learn from the Lord through one another's gifts, experiences and revelations.  We are all prophetic and all in God's school. 


To walk in the office of prophet is different than just prophesying.  To walk in the office of prophet needs a calling, culling and then to be chosen. 


Scripture says all may prophesy.  And yes in the school of the prophets, they all prophesied.   Part of the calling the Lord has placed on my life is to teach the language and ways of God.  Prophesying is a part of the language of God and so that is a part of our class. 


We are a prophetic generation with a calling to prophesy the Word of the Lord through many, many avenues of expressed creativity.  As a generation we are "called" to transform into the image of Jesus, with His anointing, authority, fruits and gifts of the Spirit and to give testimony of His Word. 


When people ask me if I am a prophet, I realize that to them, I am not... else they would not ask that.  I simply call myself prophetic, I don’t label myself a prophet.  I know what God spoke to me in the spiritual womb as to my calling, but I surely wasn’t walking in it.  I have no idea how to draw the line of demarcation of when that occurs.  It is just safer to consider myself prophetic and not claim anything but to have the testimony of Jesus which is the spirit of prophecy.


Rev 19:10

I am thy fellowservant, and of thy brethren that have the testimony of Jesus: worship God: for the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy.




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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