Sandy Warner ~ ~ ~ ~




Paul said, "I thank my God I speak with tongues more than you all."  1 Cor 14:18 NKJV


heardPraying in tongues.  Is a life line that opens doors that need opening. 


[Prayed in tongues and then heard the following after each sentence of tongues]


heardCover me.  Have mercy over me and my sufferings.  It's a fresh approach to the same needs. 


When we pray in tongues, we are praying the same needs according to the will of God and not our own will. 


Rom 8:26-27 NKJV

Likewise the Spirit also helps in our weaknesses. For we do not know what we should pray for as we ought, but the Spirit Himself makes intercession for us with groanings which cannot be uttered. Now He who searches the hearts knows what the mind of the Spirit is, because He makes intercession for the saints according to the will of God.


EXPERIENCES ABOUT TONGUES:  One time I was praying in tongues and in English over people I’d met on the Internet and I saw a picture-vision of a flat bed truck driven by 2 angels. On the flat bed truck were a whole bunch of packages, each wrapped and looking exactly like the size of bricks. The Lord told me I was dispatching supplies. So, I asked Him what those bricks were. He said, “Each individual prayer.” Then a few days later I listened to a tape where a man was given a vision that every time he spoke in tongues, he saw packages the size of bricks come down from heaven that were deposited inside of him. When they were deposited, he felt a strengthening of his inner man. He was praying supplies for himself. So, not only did the Lord confirm that my praying in tongues was praying in supplies to others, but at the same time, I was praying in supplies for myself.


When I first received the baptism of the Holy Spirit, I received one sentence that I prayed over and over again for one year, until the Lord released a full language I spoke it to Anna, and it sounded like “Porta quita. Comen a tata.” The phrases sounded Spanish to her but she wasn’t sure of the words, so she looked them up.

Porta = door of a port hole
quita = discharge, release
Comen = they eat
a = with
tata = daddy

She translated the phrase to be , “Door of a porthole released. They eat with Daddy.”


CONFIRMATION:  I listened to Sid Roth tonight and it was a special on tongues and I was blessed.  Here is a quote:



"One of the greatest ministers who ever graced this earth was Reverend John G. Lake. Although he went through terrible hardships, he was a world shaker. What was the secret to John G. Lake’s deep revelations, extraordinary manifestations, and the success of his ministry? Here is an excerpt from his own mouth: “I want to talk with the utmost frankness and say to you, that tongues have been the making of my ministry. It is that peculiar communication with God when God reveals to my soul the truth I utter to you day by day in the ministry. Many times, I climb out of bed, take my pencil and pad, and jot down the beautiful things of God, the wonderful things of God that He talks out in my spirit and reveals to my heart.” Notice these words: “Tongues have been the making of my ministry.” Tongues will be the making of your life.



Another great man who knew the power of praying in tongues was Smith Wigglesworth. Here was an uneducated plumber who, when he partook of the blessing of tongues, was transformed into the apostle of faith. The miracles, boldness, and manifestation of the supernatural became evident in his life and ministry."



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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