Monthly Archives: February 2018

15 Feb, 2018

12 Common Dream Categories: How Many Have You Had?

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Dreams are as diverse as the languages we speak, the clothing we wear, and the food we eat. Dreams are a communications expression of the creative heart of God. As the Master artistically paints each flower of the field, so dreams are individually, tailor-made for you and me. What are dreams made of? Are they Spiritual gifts given for us to unwrap? Revelatory dreams naturally fall under the spiritual gift of prophecy. Yet they are too broad to be confined neatly and strictly just to one gift. Dreams may also be an impartation of the gift of discerning of [...]

8 Feb, 2018

15 Essential Keys for Dream Interpretation

By |2018-02-08T12:37:34-05:00February 8th, 2018|James' Blog|0 Comments

Walking in dream language and tapping into the mind and heart of God can be an exciting and exhilarating journey. But understanding and interpreting the revelation He gives in dreams can often be a complex and even confusing process. These 15 keys will help you to simplify the process of dream interpretation: Most of all, dreams should be interpreted on a personal basis first (John 10:3). Most dreams should not be taken literally. They need interpretation (Daniel 1:17; Genesis 40:8). God will use familiar terms that you know (Matthew 4:19). Ponder on the dream or revelation and ask the [...]

1 Feb, 2018

God Is Speaking in Your Dreams—Do You Understand What He’s Saying?

By |2018-02-01T17:35:14-05:00February 1st, 2018|James' Blog|0 Comments

Did you know that God uses a language that is tailor made to speak directly to you? After all, He created you, so that shouldn't come as too big a surprise. The inventor of language is a master communicator. Not only does He reveal Himself plainly to all of mankind in scripture, He also speaks to us personally in dreams and visions. Do you understand what He is saying? Dreams and visions are often the language full of emotions and therefore contain much symbolism. We must learn to take our interpretations first from Scripture and then from our own [...]