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Post by juewls davis 777 on Thu Nov 01, 2012 12:22 pm

Hi, I had a very vivid dream last night, I would like interpretations please. In my dream, I was in a nice spot, with friends and my children. There were lots of people around, children playing, the sun was shining........there was a swimming pool. In this dream I had a little dog, that was running around happily playing. I looked over and saw another dog, of similar size, they were small dogs. The other dog was a jack russel and it had my dog in it's mouth. At first I thought they were just playing. Then after a while I went to see my dog and was struck with a horrendous site. The jack russell had bitten my dogs neck, it was hanging off and I thought he would die. i got him to the vet and the vet managed to save my dog. I discovered the owner of the jack Russell dog was someone I know in real life.......I had a go at him for leaving his dog unattended.....he was weeping a bot and saying sorry. I said he could pay the vet bill, which was very high. In real life neither of us have a dog. This guy is a Christian, well he is attending church, but is also drinking a lot and sending rude pictures to me and my friend of his private parts. I have told him I will tell his pastor, If he ever sends me a disgusting picture again. He is referring to young girls as HOT....I have been correcting him in public, on a public site. I am annoyed with his behaviour.

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Post by Mia Sherwood on Sat Nov 03, 2012 9:36 am

Do you have children?


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Post by juewls davis 777 on Sat Nov 03, 2012 10:32 am

Yes I have two little girls aged 6 and nearly 5 and a 15 year old son......my husband actually in real life got attacked by a dog last night!!!!!!! no joke! We are seperated, and don't live together now.....he was randomly attacked by a huge dog last night whilst walking home....It bit both his legs and tore his jeans. he had to go to the hospital. the children have gone to stay with him tonight......he lives with his mum, near where the dog lives.....I told him he must report this dog, incase it does it again!!!!!!

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Post by Mia Sherwood on Sat Nov 03, 2012 11:08 am

I was going to say that the dog was a family member. Enough said.


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Post by juewls davis 777 on Sat Nov 03, 2012 11:28 am

Yes.........What should I have done? Prayed? But at the time I didn't completely understand the dream?

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Post by Mia Sherwood on Sat Nov 03, 2012 11:38 am

Prayer is always a good thing. When we don't understand something and can't pray with our intelligence, pray in the spirit. You don't need words.

Dogs mean three things in my dreams....

They symbolize full grown people.

They symbolize Dogs or Cats or other pets.

They symbolize a potential threat to the health of a person or other living creature.

In your dream they symbolized all three, which is rather remarkable.

I believe that part of the reason that you had this dream was that God was showing you how literal your dreams are (even with symbolic elements) and that you might need to start looking at them as though they are foretelling the future and not so much as symbolic messages... Does that make sense?

And prayer is always a good thing.


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Post by juewls davis 777 on Sat Nov 03, 2012 12:17 pm

Thank you Mia,


Yes that makes sense to me, I have a lot of dreams and I do Thank God for them, as I feel very blessed. I have been blessed with a lot of gifts of the spirit. I know what you mean. See the dream, as it is, with out trying to see hidden meaning. The dream is telling me how it is.......

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Post by Mia Sherwood on Sat Nov 03, 2012 12:21 pm

You said exactly what I meant.

Praise God. I believe He has got some great things in store for you with this.


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