Sandy Warner ~ ~ ~ ~




PIX:  I saw a young person who had just broken her engagement with a fellow who was abusive.  I saw her at a distance with her hair curled up on top with pretty hair.  She looked so pretty and peaceful and had finally accepted Jesus into her life.


HEARD:  Dont hide.   A way to see things without sorrow. 


PIX:  I saw someone putting their face to some red material that was on a bolt. 


HEARD:  Engaged, sorrow.  No longer with you.  A real trauma.  Pick up your feet.  Pick UP your feet.  It’s just a memory in your past. 


PIX:  I saw a piece of carry on luggage.


The fiancé has been intimidating and controlling and not letting her go.  As I was praying for this gal it occurred me to that what God wants is her will.  He will allow the demons of her x fiancé to manifest and give her a bad time, as long as she is not convinced that the relationship is wrong.  The Lord is forming and strengthening her will to make the right decisions.  And once she is firm and no longer wavering, the Lord will stop the x fiancé’s demons from coming against her.  I suddenly realized the Lord was using this opposition in her life to solidify her will so that she will no longer waver in regards to the relationship.  It is like pulling the feathers out of the nest until the baby bird finally takes flight. 


Phil 2:13 NKJV

...for it is God who works in you both to will and to do for His good pleasure.


HEARD:  That is true.  It licks the condition.  So how long will that go on?  Until you let go. 


PIX:  I saw the word, Grief spelled out. 


HEARD:  Just the building blocks.  I’m going to let go now.  Sorrow.  It’s in my past. 


HEARD:  It’s an alignment.  What is your expectancy? Think about it.  Truly saved.


VISION:  I saw pages scrolling and at first it was a cloud.  And then the cloud turned into a Word to Ponder saying, “You can do it!”






“David honored Saul as God’s anointed.  He covered him, did not talk about him, honored him even after he died.  Would not lift a finger, a word, an accusation against Saul, even though he had the reason to. 


There are times when you need to step out of an abusive relationship.  David said I honor you, I will cover what you have done to me, but I can not remain around you because your life is poison to me.  


There may be people around you that are trying to kill you spiritually.  You have been faithful, stood the test and walked in love.  There are times where God says you have passed the test and it is time for your promotion.  Then God advances you forward in the plan He has for your life.” 


1 Sam 26:21-24 NLT

Then Saul confessed, "I have sinned. Come back home, my son, and I will no longer try to harm you, for you valued my life today. I have been a fool and very, very wrong."    "Here is your spear, O king," David replied. "Let one of your young men come over and get it. The LORD gives his own reward for doing good and for being loyal, and I refused to kill you even when the LORD placed you in my power, for you are the LORD's anointed one. Now may the LORD value my life, even as I have valued yours today. May he rescue me from all my troubles."





Precious child, I have suffered every blow of abuse that has come against you.  I do not want you subject to such treatment and I desire to set you free.  However, I need you to be convinced that abuse is not how you want to live your life.  I want My goodness, My loving favor, My peace and comfort to surround you day and night.  As your loving Father, I want all My goodness to care for you and overwhelm you. 


Please, see the abuse for what it is.  Take a good look and make a solid decision that this is NOT what you want.  You are so much more worthy of better treatment.  You are so much more worthy of honor.  If I care for the little bird that falls to the ground, how much more valuable are you to Me?  Oh precious one, listen to the rage of control and FLEE.  Do not look back.  I want to truly save you, truly deliver you.  You can do this, precious one.  Let go, just let go and never look back. 


1 Sam 27:4 NKJV

And it was told Saul that David had fled to Gath; so he sought him no more. And it was told Saul that David had fled to Gath; so he sought him no more.


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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