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|NASB||Hebrews 1:1 God, after He spoke long ago to the fathers in the prophets in many portions and in many ways,|
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|Subject: The dream was from God?|
Bible Note: "How do you know that the dream was from God?" Good question.
Ed: Having read Sutton's offensive and inappropirate posting made 06-29-01, 1:01pm, I now make public what was originally not intended to be made public -- an excerpt from an email of mine:
Mark Sutton has graduated from giving us his feelings (as opposed to Scripture only). Now he is in the business of interpreting dreams and telling us what God meant by them.
Personally, I think more than 90 percent of a person's dreams have absolutely no meaning whatsoever. A few dreams have obvious psychological significance and often are self-interpreting. My guess is that 1 percent or less of all dreams should be taken as messages directly from God. (Is not the claim to direct (new and unique) revelation from God one of the errors of Benny Hinn?)
No need to quote Joel or Acts 2. Yes, God may speak to us through dreams. But, "in these last days [He] has spoken unto us by his Son" through the Scriptures (Hebrews 1:1-2). This is how God normally speaks to us.
I just noticed that "This thread has been temporarily restricted from appearing on the homepage," as it should be.