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Review – Decoding your dreams by Jennifer LeClaire

Book description

What is God saying to you in your dreams?

Decoding Your Dreams is a beginner’s guide to understanding the true source of our dreams, dream classifications, and even dream symbols. This book answers questions like:

  • Can we control our dreams?
  • I used to dream all the time. Why has my dream life suddenly ceased?
  • Should I pray for the gift of dream interpretation?
  • What does it mean if I see people in my dreams who have already passed away?
  • When do I share a dream I’ve received and when do I keep it to myself?
  • Where does déjà vu fit into the world of dreams?
  • Why should I pay attention to my children’s dreams?

There are dozens of mentions of dreams in the Bible. From Abraham to Joseph, from Daniel all the way to Pontius Pilot’s wife, God has communicated with His people through dreams throughout recorded history.

Why would God choose to speak to us while we sleep? Perhaps it’s because we are too distracted during the day to sit still long enough for Him to share the deep secrets of His heart.

Jennifer LeClaire is convinced God speaks to us in ways that are very personal. At times he may use pictures, memories, impressions, or even a still small voice.

Let Decoding Your Dreams help you embrace your Spirit-inspired dreams!

Review

As someone who dreams a lot I’m always trying to read books related to dreams and their interpretation. Honestly I haven’t heard about Jennifer LeClaire before. I did some research and found nothing wrong with her or her ministry and having James W. Goll to write the foreword for her book gave me the last reason to pick it.

Some of the common doubts we all have when dreaming is the doubt to know not only the meaning of our dream but the source and LeClaire addresses this issue with practical and easy language to help us know.

There are some Bible examples of dream interpretation, most commonly found in the Old Testament which serve as a road map to give us some keys to interpret dreams and the ways God interacts with us through different languages.

One thing that you may find in other books covering this subject is the meaning of some common dreams and its components. I find this useful but at the same time a subject where the final interpretation relies in your personal relationship with God.

I received this book from Booklook Bloggers in exchange for this review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.