Biblical Dream Analysis
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What does the bible say about dreams?
The Bible is seen as a book sacred to Christians which they consider to be the true word of God.
Throughout the Bible there are dozens of dreams both in the Hebrew Bible, and the Old Testament (of the dreams in the New Testament, five, in Matthew, pertain to divine guidance of the Holy Family; in Acts 2:17, Peter quotes Joel 3:1, and in Matt. 27:19, Pilate’s wife shares with her husband a frightening dream and tells him to spare Jesus). Though, what really constitutes as a dream might be difficult to tell the difference. The distinction between dream and vision is not always apparent.
In our Dreams The Bible tends to make its appearance during difficult times, warnings or an actual direct message from God. God used dreams throughout the bible in order to communicate his will, reveal his plans, and to announce future events. Though, biblical dream interpretation required careful analysis to prove it came from God (Deuteronomy 13).