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Do you think that the Lord speaks to us in our dreams?
Last night, I had a vivid dream. I was at my parents' house and some people that I knew in my childhood came to visit. They'd bought knick-knacks and cards and they were decorating our kitchen. The items that they were decorating with had to do with salvation and they were proclaiming to me that they were saved now. I had not thought of these people in decades, so, it was surprising that they showed up in my dream last night. Not sure why they came to mind? It's possible that Jesus placed these people into my heart last night for a reason.
So, do you think the Lord can speak to us in our dreams? I know in the Old Testament, the Lord would speak to his followers with dreams, giving them important messages and advice. I've often wondered if there are others out there, who share a close, dream-like relationship with the Lord as the prophets in the Old Testament? Things appeared much different back then and the Lord seemed to speak more directly to his followers in the Old Testament.
Feel free to leave a comment about the bolded question above. It'd be interesting to hear your thoughts.
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