Understanding how God speak in your dreams!!
<b style=””>Proverbs 25:2
It is the glory of God to conceal a matter, But the glory of kings is to search out a matter.
In the Old Testament, we needed a prophet to come and interpret the dream or vision, as only the prophet (king
and priest) heard from God directly. Now, since Jesus has ascended and left us the Holy Spirit, we can all hear
from God. With Holy Spirit inside of us, we now have divine help from heaven.
When it comes to understanding dreams, you might see and experience things,
but not immediately understand them and that’s ok. I believe that learning and understanding our own personal dream and vision language takes time. There is a
process of learning and faithful stewardship involved in understanding.
However once you learn the basic fundamentals of interpretation, working on understanding what God is saying in your dream is a fun activity. If your a beginner, I’d advise you to worry less about the interpretation and more about the stewardship of the revelation.
John 10:10 tells us the intent of the enemy, he comes only to steal, kill and destroy. This applies to all aspects of your life, especially revelations from God. This is why you don’t remember your dreams. You may even think that you don’t dream at all, this isn’t true, you simply do not have recollection of it. Pray for remembrance of revelation before going to bed each night.
Your job is to record as much of the dream as you can remember right away. Keep a dream journal or a voice recorder on your nightstand so you can jot it down before you get out of bed. Record as much detail as you can remember, colors, numbers, people, places, your feelings and emotions, was it light or dark, the weather, what was said, what you and/or others wore etc. As you begin to learn to interpret, you can come back to your journal to see what God was saying in those dreams.
With that said, let’s begin.
It is this simple, God uses the characteristics of natural things to get a message across. For example: In the Bible, Jesus is often spoken of as “The Husband” and “The Lion”. The characteristics are as follows:
A husband is the one who never leaves, never forsakes, he’s there through thick and thin, with whom you have an everlasting, never ending covenant – that’s Jesus
In the same way a lion is known as the king of the jungle, majestic, an all powerful ruler and this too represents Jesus.
Also note that he uses our own personal frames of reference and experiences to speak to us so it may interpret differently for everyone of us and that is why you should first seek Holy Spirit and the Bible for interpretation. I’ll also add that we can only see in part, that is why community is important. This is a safe space to share your dream(s) and as a loving and supportive community we will share insight revealed from your dream. It is also a great way to practice and learn from each other.
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