Thursday, March 15, 2007

Dreams From God - The New Scriptures

The Elijah List is promoting a new book on dream interpretation by Jim Goll. They write:

After centuries of neglect, the church is rediscovering the realm of dreams and visions as a legitimate avenue for receiving divine revelation. In Dream Language, James W. Goll provides an insightful and helpful handbook to this fascinating and little-known world. Based on extensive study and filled with personal insights from his years of walking in this realm, the author builds a solid framework for how Christians today can receive, understand, interpret and apply dream revelation from the Holy Spirit. This book also contains a section on interpreting basic symbols, so whether you are beginning to walk in this realm already or simply want to understand more about it, Dream Language is the perfect guide. In this book you will learn how to:

  • Receive and understand your dreams.
  • Interpret and apply your dream revelations.
  • Tune your spiritual antenna.
  • Detect Dream Snatchers and Dream Drainers.
  • Recognize the difference between Holy Spirit, natural, and demonic dreams.
  • Eliminate obstacles keeping you from receiving God's revelations.
Dream snatchers? I usually call that an alarm clock! I've been having this recurring dream about fire coming down from heaven and consuming false prophets. I must get this book and find out what it means!

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3 Comments:

At March 17, 2007 3:54 AM, Blogger Kelly Klages said...

Centuries of neglect? I thought that the Catholic church, at least, has pretty consistently analyzed and occasionally approved/validated certain visions and such things from their faithful.

As for the obsession with receiving the Holy Spirit through dreams, well, that's an inevitable road when you've got no objective hold on God's presence via sacraments and promises...

 
At April 08, 2007 4:05 PM, Anonymous FormerLutheran-ForeverChristian said...

Mr Hunter:

The Lord will give you a dream and then a witness in your life to disprove what you have written here.

As a former Lutheran, but as a Christian, I can not possibly express how much I love the people within the Lutheran Church. It was the spiritual homeland of my forefather's heritage for five centuries. There is a spiritual language out there that much of the Lutheran Church seemingly remains proudly ignorant of. The Bible is full of examples of the Lord speaking to his people through dreams. Just because something is not taught in Lutheran Seminary, does not make it non-Christian.

 
At April 09, 2007 2:38 PM, Blogger The Heresy Hunter said...

I will be anxiously awaiting that dream and get back to you on it.

 

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