Sandy Warner ~ ~ ~ ~



The following entry just came out in one of my posts and the experience was given to me years before the Lord gave me a writing ministry.



EXPERIENCE 8/06/96:  After hearing so little of late, I have grown very hungry and have been knocking continually for several days.  Upon waking from another blank night, I asked the Lord what was going on.  I thought of many possibilities, but nothing was planted in my heart.  Then when I was getting ready for the day I heard the Lord say, "Encouragement."  That was it. 

I left for errands and then received the strangest Word.  I was at the grocery store and heard the phrase, "Maybe she ought to know."  I had the distinct feeling that either the Lord or some angels were speaking something about me.  At that exact moment, a bakery lady with a giant 33 gallon clear plastic sack of fresh bread walked past me, carrying the bread over her shoulder.  This was really quickened to me but I did not know why.  Then later as I was driving home, I drove behind an "oversized load" truck on the freeway.  I kept thinking about that oversize bread sack the lady was carrying and wondering what I was supposed to know.  Well, I haven't heard Him in days, I guess He is trying to send me encouragement. 

[HINDSIGHT NOTE:  I think God has a tongue in check sense of humor!]



CONFIRMATION 2/17/06:  Before my above story came out on the net, I had completely forgotten having posted it a few months prior. Then 2 days ago, Wayne bought us 2 loaves of hot French Bread, because the kids were here and I was fixing an Italian dinner.  I wanted the bread to stay fresh for the next day and didn't have any sack big enough, without cutting the bread. So, I got out a giant 33 gallon clear plastic garbage sack and wrapped the bread in it.  We laughed about the sack, but it worked and the bread stayed  wonderfully fresh for the next night's meal.  In 30 years of cooking, I have never put bread in a giant sack before....  And then the above post came out.  God is so precious with His confirmations. 

I was teary at the Lord's smile upon me, and I read this post as fresh manna straight from Him to me, Wayne came in and sat down upon my bed.  I read to him about the bread lady.  I told him we had one loaf left in our sack in the kitchen and that was how I felt.  I had only one loaf left.  I have barely dented my journals, because I have no time, due to outside jobs.  My energy in the Lord feels like I only have one loaf left.  I was telling Wayne this, and he shook his head.  He said, "No, that loaf is not what you have left, it is your new bread, that is your FIRST loaf in your sack."   So precious.




(A few days later, the Lord answered me about that one loaf.)


VISION:  I saw 2 white 5 gallon buckets

HEARD:  "Bread"


I knew there was bread grain in those buckets!   I have a lot of white gallon buckets full of grain and emergency supplies should we ever be caught without electricity in our area.  Now thinking about those white buckets, I realize He is bringing back to me my past promise of food storage... that when adding water to what I had purchased in grain, it will all multiply naturally and He will also multiply them supernaturally should we ever need them for supplying other's needs.

The 2 buckets represents a double portion.  Also, one makes bread out of crushed grain and again that is multiplied in the process of waiting for it to rise.  He is saying that I may not see anything but one loaf on the counter, but I have many seeds inside that come out for good bread in the right time. 






Isa 55:10-11 NLT

"The rain and snow come down from the heavens and stay on the ground to water the earth. They cause the grain to grow, producing seed for the farmer and bread for the hungry. It is the same with my word. I send it out, and it always produces fruit. It will accomplish all I want it to, and it will prosper everywhere I send it.


Isa 28:24-29 NLT

Does a farmer always plow and never sow? Is he forever cultivating the soil and never planting it?  Does he not finally plant his seeds for dill, cumin, wheat, barley, and spelt, each in its own section of his land? The farmer knows just what to do, for God has given him understanding. He doesn't thresh all his crops the same way. A heavy sledge is never used on dill; rather, it is beaten with a light stick. A threshing wheel is never rolled on cumin; instead, it is beaten softly with a flail. Bread grain is easily crushed, so he doesn't keep on pounding it. He threshes it under the wheels of a cart, but he doesn't pulverize it. The LORD Almighty is a wonderful teacher, and he gives the farmer great wisdom.





From Visions from Annies' Visions


As I went to prayer in a certain place, many sorrowful memories swept over my mind.  In this atmosphere of unbelief there was much opposition; nevertheless, the Spirit of the Lord finally drew near and carried me through darkness of spiritual enemies to the glorious entrance of the great cross of light.  However welcome it always is to me, for I know that jut beyond the cross He awaits me.  In the passing through that cross-door all the sorrows, fears and stains of earth are melted away and I am then ready to enter into His presence.  Passing through that wondrous cross I heard His voice coming to me telling me to not fear.  As always, all fears were fully washed away and I found myself standing before that mighty Cloud of highest glory.


When He told me to look, I looked and saw a beautiful field of grain like unto ripe wheat which belonged to Him.  He plucked one of the grains of wheat then showed me the process that all of His grain was going to have to pass through.


He brought the little grain that He had taken in His hand to an angel of great stature and might who held in his hands two large mill stones.  This mighty angel of great beautiful and tender love put the grain between the stones and bruised and crushed it with great vigor, smashing and breaking it into very fine powder.


With great tenderness and love, the Lord took this ground grain and carried it to another place where I saw a stone of bread.  It was not a loaf I saw but a stone.  The Lord told me that this was His bread that He was making, then proceeded to take this finely ground knead and mold and form it into the stone of bread.  He looked with much love at this lovely bread filled with life and light and cared for it most tenderly.  I was astonished at the love He showed for this stone of fine bread.  Afterwards He told me that He would have to take all His other grain through this same process in order to make fine bread of it.







{Words to Ponder are summaries of His quickened Words of prophetic revelation, punched with the word of wisdom and written under inspiration.}



I give good gifts to those who ask, and My children are hungry for fresh bread.  For many years you have gathered My ingredients and mixed the dough.  And it has multiplied and swollen as time passed.  Then into the furnace of heat, and the bread has cooked in My perfect timing.  Now out it comes.  Ummm, it smells so good! 


You have wondered how do I apply all of these years of grain?  What can be done to harvest this?  And now before you is this huge loaf of bread.  My Spirit is the knife that slices it into edible portions.  I will lay open the years before you and pierce it with such relevance that you will be amazed at My good gifts.  For your portion runs over and you have yet to really know how much.  Fresh hot manna, from the Father of good gifts… let us break the bread together and eat from My table. 


I AM giving you manna from heaven and it is making good bread for you to eat.  And along your journey as you eat this heavenly bread, you shall leave a trail of bread crumbs across the face of the earth.  Even as you have cast it to the nations, upon the waters of life, and waited upon Me.... so it comes back to you multiplied, over and over again.  Dear one, trust Me.  You are not on your last loaf!


Eccl 11:1 NKJV

Cast your bread upon the waters, for you will find it after man


Prov 11:24-25  NKJV

There is one who scatters, yet increases more; And there is one who withholds more than is right, but it leads to poverty.  The generous soul will be made rich, and he who waters will also be watered himself.













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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