(By John E. Thomas) So you’ve had a dream, and you’re trying to figure out what it means. You’ve already taken the beginning steps:

  1. You asked God for revelation. (Click here to read more.)
  2. You found the dream’s focus. (Click here to read more.)

Now what?  The next step in interpreting your dream is to take a look at the other elements in the dream. Look at the sub-focuses first, followed by the details.

How to Find the Dream’s Sub-Focuses

The best way to find the sub-focuses is to reduce the dream to its simplest form. How would you tell someone the dream using as few words as possible? Let’s say you dream you’re out on a walk, and you run into a stranger who is wearing all white and seems almost to glow. He hands you a scroll and tells you it is for you to read and keep. As soon as you take it from his hand, you find yourself on a stage in the middle of a stadium, and there’s a crowd of people all around you. How would you reduce this dream to its simplest form? You could say something like this: CONTINUE