Saturday, September 3, 2016

Wisdom regarding your dreams

Not because you've had a good dream, it would suggest that your dream will automatically come to pass.

As with a bad dream, upon waking from a nightmare, you must immediately cancel such a dream to prevent its physical manifestation in your life. Well, the opposite is also true. If you've had a good dream, then you must come in agreement with God concerning his will for your life so that there would be no delay or non-manifestation of what God has revealed to you in your dream.

As a reminder, our dreams are spiritual and as such the spiritual realm is always seeking agreement or covenant with Human beings to manifest its will in the earth. If you're not sure if your dream was a good dream or not, then the best prayer to pray would be the following:

"Father, if my dream was of you then I come in complete agreement with your will and purpose for my life. However, if my dream was not of you but was demonically initiated, then I reject, renounce, rebuke and cancel any and all evil covenants and subtle demonic agreements that were established in my dream and that it will never manifest in my life in the name of your son and our savior Jesus Christ. Amen!

One of the worse positions a person could find themselves in is a place where they’re not dreaming or unable to recall their dreams. Our dreams are our spiritual monitors allowing us to peer into the spirit realm and to receive excerpts of what’s pending for us or against us in the spiritual realm. The spiritual realm is the origin of all things. In other words, before anything is manifested in our natural world is was previously conceived in the unseen world, which we refer to as the spirit world.

Again, if you’ve had a bad dream then upon waking you must cancel it in the spirit so that it won’t manifest in the natural. If it’s a good dream, then come in agreement with the dream it in the spirit via prayer so that nothing will delay or setback your physical blessing in the natural.

Written By: Kevin L A Ewing

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