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Post by karenburns2008 on Sat Jan 17, 2009 1:08 pm

Hello all! I hope that the New Year has begun well for all of you!
I had a dream last night, and don't remember a lot of it, but the Lord brought a word to mind that reminded me a part of my dream. The dream is set in a huge house or warehouse type of building, with lots of people living in it. Many of the people I knew but a lot them I did not know. Lot of activity going on, (it seemed to me be much ado about nothing.) The one thing that stood out was a little girl, I did not know, and I did not get a good look at her but she was dressed in traditional dress from what country I do not know. She had a red scarf pulled over her head and was holding a doll. She was very dejected looking, and she kept saying Hekam or Hekim. She was looking for someone or something. She was a sad little thing and then my attention was drawn away by something and then I woke up. I didn't really remember any of this until I was in the shower and I the word hekam or hekim came to my mind and then I remembered this part of the dream. Any ideas what any of this could mean? Thanks
Karen :uhoh:

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Post by daughterofgod1023 on Sat Jan 17, 2009 2:32 pm

here's what I found, hekim....is Turkish language, here is the mean of the words...

Noun
a person who is trained to treat ill people
Example: Doctor Davidson; You should call the doctor if you are ill; I'll have to go to the doctor.

I got that off from dictionary.com and then went under translater.

Arabic: طَبيب
Chinese (Simplified): 医生
Chinese (Traditional): 醫生
Czech: doktor, lékař
Danish: lćge; doktor
Dutch: dokter
Estonian: arst, doktor
Finnish: lääkäri, tohtori
French: docteur, *-euredocteur, *-eure
German: der Doktorder Doktor
Greek: γιατρός
Hungarian: doktor, orvos
Icelandic: lćknir
Indonesian: dokter
Italian: dottore, medico
Japanese: 医師
Korean: 의사의사
Latvian: ārsts
Lithuanian: daktaras, gydytojas
Norwegian: lege, doktor
Polish: lekarz, doktor
Portuguese (Brazil): o que faz commédico
Portuguese (Portugal): médico
Romanian: doctor, medic
Russian: доктор; врачдоктор; врач
Slovak: lekár, -ka
Slovenian: zdravnik
Spanish: médicomédico
Swedish: läkare, doktor
Turkish: doktor, hekim

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Re: Any significance?

Post by daughterofgod1023 on Sat Jan 17, 2009 2:33 pm

I hop ethis helps some

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Re: Any significance?

Post by unaday* on Mon Jan 19, 2009 10:20 am

Intersting... Karen
When i read your dream for some reason i saw the word backwards Hekim (mikeh or micah??)
The book of Micah preaches about Judgement!

Just a thought....BE BLESSED! thinking

BTW ...your picture of your dogs eyes are a bit frightening wow..,. :0)

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Post by Halo on Mon Jan 19, 2009 12:17 pm

I would like to add to Uniday's comment, she is right on the judgement, but however...When one planteth, another will come along and water it, to add to the growth, amen~
Ther are three Key-words for the book of Micah: "Justice"; "Mercy"; "Humility." Micah's repeated and emphatic cry is for the people of God to show "justice" in all their dealings, to love "mercy'' by showing the same to others, and to walk in "humility" with their God (6:8).

The Theme of Micah: God gives warnings so we will not have to suffer His wrath. Judgement is certain if God's warnings are not heeded. God disciplines us becouse He loves us. God knows that sin destroys, and He wants us to be whole. God's promise of restoration awaits those who remain true to Him. I believe this message (your dream) pertains to some things you that has been in your spirit for quite some time, conserning people and the condition and postion of their heart's pertaining to justice, mercy, humility, judgement. But your making sure all the while that your Heart is in the right place at all times....the burden you carry for people, shows God...Your Heart is in the right place, good for you!!!

Salutations,
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Re: Any significance?

Post by karenburns2008 on Wed Jan 28, 2009 7:32 pm

I asked my co-worker who is a muslim if there was the word Hekim or hekam was a word in his language. He told me that it means wisdom or a person of wisdom. I am still puzzled about this dream. Now that I have a definition and the word is a real word any further thoughts?

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