Creative Spiritual Insights: Dreamscape

 

 

God has often used dreams and visions to speak to his people. They have guided, instructed and helped save His people.

For Mary and Joseph a dream was given on how their lives were about to drastically change. Joseph in Genesis was a man of many dreams and his dreams lead him into the future and his ability to read and understand dreams was something that saved his life. There are many more instances where dreams played a vital role in how God communicated with His people. Even though the Bible is God’s primary way of communicating with us, He still uses dreams, people, preaching, prayer, and a host of other things to lead us and speak to us.

 

Had any dreams lately?

 

What might your dreams be revealing to you about the way you feel about a situation or circumstance?

 

How could God be moving, perhaps not in the dreams you have at night but what you see during the day?

 

How has a recent dream or nightmare influenced you in any decisions, feelings, or thoughts?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

28 “It will come about after this 

That I will pour out My Spirit on all mankind; 

And your sons and daughters will prophesy, 

Your old men will dream dreams, 

Your young men will see visions. 

29 “Even on the male and female servants 

I will pour out My Spirit in those days. Joel 2:27-29

 

How has any dream affected your vision for life?

 

What is the difference between a vision and a dream?

 

How can you use your dreams and visions to inspire someone else?

 

How is God moving through your “dreams” and “visions”?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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