Monday, May 22, 2017

What is your Response to the Dream

What do with the dream once you receive it and understand its meaning? Remember that your dreams come from one of three sources, God, your soul, or Satan. Once you have determined the source of the dream, only then can you begin to know what to do with the dream.  Remember, God dreams are redemptive in nature, unlike soul dreams are things you either want to happen or are fearful of happening.  They originate from your emotions, mind, or will. Not that you shouldn’t listen to soul dreams, but be aware that soul dreams can deceive us and lead us away from God.  Soul dreams are motivated by our soul.  They are like when you hurt yourself and your body sends a message to the brain to feel pain and in turn when your soul is either in pain, expectation, or anxious about something, the soul sends a message to your brain and it comes out in your subconscious as a dream.  You need to listen to the dream because when you are awake you may feel fine but subconsciously are not fine. Something has either hurt you, caused you anxiety, or possibly you are desirous of something.  Until you can recognize the source you can’t take care of the root problem.  I once knew a very attractive single man who claimed several women had had dreams about marrying him.  Obviously these dreams were from these women’s souls.  One of them was actually married and said that she dreamed that when her husband died, she married this man.  That dream was more likely from Satan.  It didn’t line up with the word of God at all! When you know what things are causing you fear, anxiety, or pain, you can pray accordingly.  God told Paul, “Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your request to God.  And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” Philippians 4: 6-7 

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