What does my dream mean?
Dreams really do get our attention! But that doesn’t mean we easily understand the strange images that float in our mind at night. Do you need help to understand the language God uses to speak to you through your dreams?
God uses an opportune time
The night hours are a marvellous time for God to get our attention. Our bodies are still, our emotions quiet, and our minds begin to process all that has occurred during our day.
But when we wake at dawn, the strange symbolic pictures that filled our mind are often perplexing to understand.
- What did that dream mean?
- Do I take it literally?
- Am I being told about a future event?
- Is the dream for me, or the people I saw?
Although we are all familiar with the notion of dreaming, what many people do not realise is that God speaks to us through our dreams.
But God uses a unique language in which to speak to you. In fact, the images that fill your mind are usually exploding with meaning, that you and you alone understand. But, that doesn’t mean we can’t get some help.
“A dream is like a snapshot of something you can relate to in picture form. “James Goll
If you need assistance interpreting your dream, visit Southlakes Anglican Church from Monday to Thursday, 9 am to 1 pm @ 33 Newcastle Street, Morisset.
Reverend Melinda McMahon is an ordained minister with the Anglican Diocese of Newcastle. The provision of dream interpretation assistance is a personal ministry. Please keep in mind, while every effort is made to assist you to understand the meaning of your dream, it is only through revelation by the Spirit of God that interpretation and understanding is secured. Please be patient, as it may take time for an interpretation to come. I look forward to journeying with you as you seek to find answers to your faith questions.