God often used dreams to grab people’s attention when an important message needed to be shared and when God’s plan was to be revealed. Throughout Scripture, dreams reminded God’s people not only who was in charge, but how things would unfold.
Yet somewhere along the way, many of us forgot the value of dreams.
We spend too much time dreaming for our dreams to not have significant meaning in our lives. Why would God have us waste so much of our time dreaming if dreams were of no importance to our faith and life’s journey?
Finding the God-given power in your dreams and visions is not trusting in “magic.” Listening to your dreams is having confidence that God can still send images and messages to us during those times when we are not consumed with busyness, nonsense or clutter.
This message is an excerpt of “Our God of Dreams” by Venice R. Williams in the December 2016 issue of Gather magazine.
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