Welcome to our Religious Dreams page. Throughout the ages, regardless of religion, denomination or creed, holy texts in all cultures make mention of the power of dreams and their connection to a divine being.
In fact, if one observes the manner in which the use of dreaming is portrayed in such “scripture” it seems that the subconscious was a common tool; a no-brainer if you will. "Hear now my words: If there be a prophet among you, I the Lord will make myself known unto him in a vision, and will speak unto him in a dream" (Num. 12:6).
Christians consider dreams to be direct communication from God. The belief is that via dreams, God communicates with his prophets:
Subsequently, it naturally follows that the Bible is littered with dream references. Actually, there are approximately 120 occasions in the Bible specific to the aforementioned topic. Click on a link to go to the relevant book of the Bible.
Not only the Bible is significant in the context of dream interpretation. Sections of the Qur'an were revealed to Mohammed in a dream, and the Hindu text Brahmavaiarta Purana is a guide to interpreting the will of the gods through dreams. In all cultures, there are people who believe that their god can communicate with them through the dreamscape.
Read about some of the most famous
* Christian Dream Symbols
* Dream Mentions in the Quran
* Interesting Dream Facts
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