Sandy Warner ~





Treasures everywhere.  What I am doing on the earth today. I saw a package drop down to the earth.  Jehovah Tsidkenu. 


An alliance in heaven.  Unfolding purity and absolution.  Paid by Me.  My blood.  Fully accepted.  [I heard this paragraph by not only hearing but seeing my fingers type the letters as I heard them.]


Absolution = forgiveness, pardon




ab-so-lū´shun (translation of verbs λύω, lúō, “loose,” etc., and ἀφίημι, aphı́ēmi, “release,” “give up,” etc.): Not a Biblical, but an ecclesiastical term, used to designate the official act described in Mat_16:19 : “Whatsoever thou shalt loose on earth, shall be loosed in heaven,” and Mat_18:18 : “What things soever ye shall loose,” etc., and interpreted by Joh_20:23 : “Whose soever sins ye forgive, they are forgiven unto them” (see KEYS, POWER OF). The Roman church regards this as the act of a properly ordained priest, by which, in the sacrament of Penance, he frees from sin one who has confessed and made promise of satisfaction. Protestants regard the promise as given not to any order within the church, but to the congregation of believers, exercising its prerogative through the Christian ministry, as its ordinary executive. They differ as to whether the act be only declarative or collative. Luther regarded it as both declarative and collative, since the Word always brings that which it offers. The absolution differs from the general promise of the gospel by individualizing the promise. What the gospel, as read and preached, declares in general, the absolution applies personally. See also FORGIVENESS.


Coming together in unity.  My people.  Canopied together.  I AM covering them says the Lord.    Holy unto the Lord.  I saw someone arrived near Wayne’s chair this morning with a white turban on his head.  When I asked Wayne about it he said that the word diadem was another word for turban. 


QUICKENED SCRIPTURE:  When I was looking up diadem I was very surprised that Job was clothed in righteousness, and this was a mantle of authority in judgment of being either a priest or a king:


Job 29:14 I put on righteousness, and it clothed me: my judgment [was] as a robe and a diadem.


Below from Smith’s dictionary is the exact description of the diadem I saw:



What the "diadem" of the Jews was we know not. That of other nations of antiquity was a fillet of silk, two inches broad, bound round the head and tied behind. Its invention is attributed to Liber. Its color was generally white, sometimes, however, it was of blue, like that of Darius; and it was sown with pearls or other gems,


Leviticus 8:9 And he put the turban upon his head; also upon the turban, even upon its front, did he put the golden plate, the holy crown; as the LORD commanded Moses.


Strong's Hebrew Dictionary
4701. מִצְנֶפֶת mitsnepheth (mitsnepheth)
Search for H4701 in KJVSL; in KJV.

מִצְנֶפֶת mitsnepheth, mits-neh'-feth

from H6801; a tiara, i.e. official turban (of a king or high priest):—diadem, mitre.

feminine noun

Strong's Hebrew Dictionary
6801. צָנַף tsanaph (tsânaph)
Search for H6801 in KJVSL; in KJV.

צָנַף tsânaph, tsaw-naf'

a primitive root; to wrap, i.e. roll or dress:—be attired, × surely, violently turn.




Jeremiah 33:16 In those days shall Judah be saved, and Jerusalem shall dwell safely: and this [is the name] wherewith she shall be called, The LORD our righteousness.


Jehovah-Tsidkenu - Lord our Righteousness


Strong's Hebrew Dictionary
3072. יְהֹוָה צִדְקֵנוּ Yehovah tsidqenuw (Yᵉhôvâh tsidqęnűw)
Search for H3072 in KJVSL; in KJV.

יְהֹוָה צִדְקֵנוּ Yᵉhôvâh tsidqęnűw, ye-ho-vaw' tsid-kay'-noo

from H3068 and H6664 with pronominal suffix; Jehovah (is) our right; Jehovah-Tsidkenu, a symbolical epithet of the Messiah and of Jerusalem:—the Lord our righteousness.


Isaiah 54:17 No weapon that is formed against thee shall prosper; and every tongue [that] shall rise against thee in judgment thou shalt condemn. This [is] the heritage of the servants of the LORD, and their righteousness [is] of me, saith the LORD.


Romans 3:22 Even the righteousness of God which is by faith in Jesus Christ unto all and upon all them that believe: for there is no difference:


Philippians 3:9 And be found in him, not having mine own righteousness, which is of the law, but that which is through the faith of Christ, the righteousness which is of God by faith:


Jer 23:5-6 AMP  "Behold (listen closely), the days are coming," says the LORD, "When I will raise up for David a righteous Branch; And He will reign as King and act wisely And will do [those things that accomplish] justice and righteousness in the land.  (6)  "In His days Judah will be saved, And Israel will dwell safely; Now this is His name by which He will be called; 'The LORD Our Righteousness.' [Mat 1:21-23; Rom 3:22]




ṣeḏeq: A masculine noun meaning a right relation to an ethical or legal standard. The Hebrew word occurs most often in the Psalms and Isaiah. The word is frequently connected with the term justice (Psa_119:106; Isa_58:2). Kings, judges, and other leaders were to execute their duties based on righteous standards (Deu_1:16; Pro_8:15; Isa_32:1). God Himself acts in righteousness both in judgment and deliverance (Psa_119:75, Psa_119:160; Isa_51:5; Isa_62:1). Furthermore, God can be credited for generating human righteousness (Psa_4:1 [2]; Jer_23:6). The concept of righteousness was so important in the Old Testament period that the community that housed the Dead Sea scrolls called their most prominent leader the "Teacher of Righteousness," a person whom many regard as the founder of the sect.



I was standing in a street which felt and looked like Jerusalem. Although, I know it was not modern day Jerusalem, I don't know if it was a vision of a past time in Jerusalem. The air rippled with a song of intercession in Hebrew. It sounded like a Jewish cantor. It wasn't so much this man's voice but his intercession seemed to pierce time and space! Although, I didn't recognize the words my spirit understood what he was singing. He was calling, crying out with everything in him for the tzaddik (righteous) to come and pray. At the end of the street, I could see the edge a small crowd that had gathered and I knew they were before the Western Wall or site of Temple.  Upon pondering this I heard: It’s the heart of the priesthood.


About the letter letter tsade (or tzaddi): Tzaddi is a picture of a righteous person bent over, on their knees and holding their hands up to God. (The ancient pictograph is of a man on his side in need.) It is a picture of one who is utterly dependent upon God.





Beloveds I have heard your humble cries for help to walk in My righteous ways and I see your failings.  Yes I really have had years of longsuffering over your failures.  I have heard and know your heart dear ones.  Yes continue to lean on Me for help to walk a righteous path.  At the same time fully swallow that I AM your righteousness.  I paid with My blood to impute My righteousness upon you.  You are fully pardoned and bought with My blood.  What I place upon you is like a robe that I put upon you.   I AM placing it over your shoulders and imputing My own life to cover you. 


Yes sometimes it is hard to picture yourself as righteous, but this is My work in and through you.  Begin practicing the authority that My robe of righteousness releases in and through you.  Take your places as righteous men and women who fervently pray with authority, justice and mercy into the earth.  Do this through just decrees and merciful decisions.  Just as I clothed Job with great authority to pray for those who were not innocent, your prayers will bring the earth back into alignment as My righteousness is imputed through your prayers with both justice and mercy.


Job 29:12-17 AMP+  Because I rescued the poor who cried for help, And the orphan who had no helper.  (13)  "The blessing of him who was about to perish came upon me, And I made the widow's heart sing for joy.  (14)  "I put on righteousness, and it clothed me; My justice was like a robe and a turban!  (15)  "I was eyes to the blind And I was feet to the lame.  (16)  "I was a father to the needy; I investigated the case I did not know [and assured justice].  (17)  "And I smashed the jaws of the wicked And snatched the prey from his teeth.


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: