Job 33:14-15 "For God may speak in one way, or in another, yet man does not perceived it. In a dream, in a vision of the night, when deep sleep falls upon men, while slumbering on their bed."
It's amazing that we spend one third of our life sleeping! By the time we are 60 years old, we have spent 20 years of our life in dreamland.
What a great time for God to speak! We are not struggling to get our own thoughts out of our way, we're not fighting off with out own traditional way of thinking or our own doctrines. We are completely out of God's way and He can speak to us.
But does God speak to us in dreams? There are approximately 200 scripture references to dreams or visions in the Bible. Actually, one-third of the Scripture directly or indirectly relates to a dram or vision.
The first recorded dream is in Genesis 15: 12-17. God is speaking to Abraham concerning his people forthcoming 400 year captivity.
Then God speaks to Jacob in Genesis 31 about how he could acquire Laban's wealth.
Joseph was shown of his eventual rule over his brothers. Genesis 37.
So many more times in the Bible God speaks through dreams. In this blog we want to discuss dreams and what their meanings are, what the Bible teaches us about dreams and how to interpret dreams in a Biblical way. Come back often to see what three women who call themselves servants of Christ believe about dreams.
Life is an adventure and when we understand His way of speaking it turns into HIGH ADVENTURE!