Dream Interpretation Made Simple (Paperback)

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Where do dreams come from and what do they mean?


There is much discussion today about where dreams come from and what they mean. The Bible teaches that dreams are spiritual messages from God. Because they're spiritual in nature, they are (usually) symbolic. The meaning of a dream can be understood once its symbolic elements are decoded. Dreams reveal our future, our talents, our assignments and our divine destiny.


With the same down-to-earth teaching style used in Hearing God's Voice Made Simple and Seeing in the Spirit Made Simple, Praying Medic provides Bible-based teaching on the nature of dreams and their meaning. The most common dreams types and themes are examined. Dozens of dreams are provided and their meanings are explained. You'll learn to distinguish between literal and symbolic dreams, you'll discover how to have more dreams and how to deal with nightmares. A glossary of over 700 dream symbols is included as well as a list of more than 400 names and their meanings. If you want to know what God is saying through your dreams, this book is for you


Topics covered:

The origin of dreams

The purpose of dreams

How to record dreams

How to apply dreams

How to receive dreams

Dreams and emotions

Dreams of future events

Your unique dream language

Dreams and your divine destiny

The most common dream subjects

Principles of dream interpretation

Understanding dream complexity

How to interpret conceptual dreams

The meaning of words and symbols

The meaning of recurring dreams and nightmares

The symbolic meaning of buildings, vehicles and certain people

The symbolic meaning of names, colors, numbers and directions

How to tell if a dream should be interpreted literally or symbolically



Product Details
ISBN: 9781947968080
ISBN-10: 1947968084
Publisher: Inkity Press
Publication Date: September 29th, 2021
Pages: 240
Language: English

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