Is God trying to tell you something? Have you ever had a dream or vision that was so vivid it remained with you for days? It is possible that your dream had a spiritual connotation and your vision was a message from God.
In How to Interpret Dreams and Visions, best-selling author and evangelist Perry Stone explains the guidance and warnings encrypted in our visions and dreams - and includes an extensive list of common dream symbols. With his unique blend of Bible knowledge and spiritual insight he provides answers to questions such as…. "Is my dream really from God?" "How do I distinguish between types of spiritual visions?" "Why am I having nightmares or unclean dreams?" "What do my dreams of a departed loved one mean?"
©2011 Perry Stone (P)2011 Oasis Audio
Really enjoy listening to these books sure am glad I was introduced to Audible. Best dollar I've ever spent.
This is a good book with plenty of references, I enjoyed the narrater as well.
Perry Stone has been a long time favorite of mine and this book did not disappoint.
If you have an interest concerning the subject of dreams and visions, then this is a great place to start. The Holy Ghost is moving. This book tales a rubber meets the road approach to the subject.
I am not a believer in or regular reader of the King James Version of the bible. I guess I should have read the liner notes a little closer.
I just picked the wrong book to play.
He was OK, in fact he did a fine job.
I learned a lot about dreams and visions and how God speaks to us humans! Very enlightening! I liked it so much, that I am going to listen to it again. The narrator was great!
Learning more about how to interpret what Yahweh is conveying and his patterns and symbols.
When it was talking about the Lilith spirit that makes one feel as though they are suffocating while asleep. this actually used to happen to me very frequently.
no I have not yet.
The part when he lost his baby.
This was a wonderful listen/read I give it an A+++++
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