(By John E. Thomas) I love dreams. I love the contours of God’s voice, the creativity He puts into His relationship with each of us. I enjoy interpreting dreams because every dream from God is an expression of His heart to the dreamer, and I get to see one more facet of His love. In my last post, I addressed this question: “How do I know if my dream is from God?” I explained that

dreams can come from one of three sources—the enemy, the human soul or God—and I mentioned some of the ways we can recognize dreams from the enemy and dreams from the soul. In this post, I want to explore how to recognize dreams from God. Dreams, being a form of revelation, hold to the same rules as revelation. To be from God, a dream needs to do the following:

  • Agree with Scripture;
  • Carry the character of God and fit His personality;
  • Be truthful, accurate;
  • Bear good fruit;
  • Point to Jesus and
  • Be full of color and light. CONTINUE