Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Dreams and their understanding Part 6

Dreaming of people

As stated in our previous teaching, people in our dreams can become quite interesting as it relates to the life of the dreamer, in that the folks that are observed in the dream are a reflection of specific characteristic or personality traits in the dreamer.

In this teaching we’ll go through a list and explain their significance to the dreamer:

Doctor: symbolizes healing ministry, wisdom, a solution also authority and respect, Matthew 9:12, Luke 4:23

Carpenter: Preacher/teacher of the word of God or an encourager,
Matthew 13:25, Isaiah 41:7

Driver: someone in control, depending on the dream in terms of one’s Job, marriage, Ministry etc, whoever is doing the driving is the one controlling the situation/relationship.
2 Kings 9:20

Clown: childishness, situation not being serious but more importantly it represents a fool. The book of Proverbs is overwhelmed with the behavior of a fool, Proverbs 3:35, Proverbs 10:21, Proverbs 1:22, Proverbs 14:9, Proverbs 15:14.

Farmer: Pastor, preacher/teacher, evangelist, leadership, one who sows into the lives of others, it can also represent God/Jesus. John 15:2, Mark 4:13, Corinth, 9:6-11

Father: symbolizes the head (Father, Son, Holy Spirit), also, symbolizes the beginning of curses and blessings. It can also be an indicator of the Devil, or one who is a provider and protector. John 8:44, 1 John 5:7, Genesis 12:1-2, Exodus 20:5

Mother: one that comforts, nurture, can also represent one who meddles, controller all depending on the dream, teacher, adviser or one doing the will of God. Matthew 12:50, Ezekiel 16:44, Proverbs 1:8, Proverbs 31:1.

Lawyer: advisor, counselor, defender, mediator
1 John 2:1, Titus 3:13

Police/Security guard: symbolizes spiritual host such as Demons or Angels. If it’s a good dream it indicates demonic activity or attack. If the dream is a good dream it indicates Angelic protection or defense. Hebrews 1:7, 14, 2 Kings 6:15-17.

Giant: challenge/difficulty, Demonic stronghold strongman or Angelic stronghold
2 Samuel 21: 16-25, Genesis 6:4, Duet: 2: 10-11, 2 Chron 20: 4-8

Grand Mother/Grand Father: indicators of things concerning the past, generational curses or blessings, inheritance or wisdom.
Proverbs 13:22, 2 Timothy 1:5

Baby: Represents a new beginning, or something new, novice, immaturity, first stage of something, miracle. Hebrews 5: 13, 1 Peter 2:2, 1 Corinthians 3: 1,

Bride: The church, covenant, depending on the dream it could represent faithfulness or unfaithfulness in things natural or spiritual. Isaiah 62: 5, John 3:29, 2 Corinth. 6:14, Revelation 22:1, Revelation 21:9.

Again, these are but a few of the general symbols, as we continue our teaching we’ll add more to the above list. I want to make clear, that depending on the dream symbols can be of a positive or negative nature. Deciphering as to what symbol would represent what, would depend on how one felt when awaken out of the dream, such as were they filled with fear, anxiety, happiness, calm etc.

I will end here for now and continue in my next teaching with sexual dreams.

Written by: Kevin L A Ewing