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Post by BrooklynMom on Sun May 03, 2009 12:47 pm

In my dream I stood in the doorway facing into a dimly lit, empty room. The room was small and square. There was a door on the wall to my right (facing into the room) and a door to the wall on my left (also facing into the room). The door on the wall to my left led into a brightly lit room.
One by one, four African women, dressed in brighly colored traditional African dress, complete with brightly colored headwrap (color mostly yellow), emerged from the door on the wall to my right and passed in front of me, smiling and nodding at me as she continued across to door on the wall to my left into the bright room.
Each woman bore an infirmity about her head that grew progressively worse with each one that passed. The first being the size of a walnut and the last being large bulbous tumors about the forehead.
There was no speaking. I woke up.

I have had many prophetic dreams over the years. All have been fulfilled. This one I had about a year and a half ago. It has not been interpreted.
Thank you.
Dianne


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Re: Four African Women

Post by M on Sun May 03, 2009 8:29 pm

Hi Mom, :bighug:

In my dream I stood in the doorway facing into a dimly lit, empty room.
The dream pertains something you do not fully acknowledge or do not see clearly.
The room was small and square.
The dream has one simple meaning it is not complicated "tho it may be hard to except" as in thinking small or unwilling to except.
There was a door on the wall to my right (facing into the room) and a
door to the wall on my left (also facing into the room). The door on
the wall to my left led into a brightly lit room.
One by one, four
African women, dressed in brighly colored traditional African dress,
complete with brightly colored headwrap (color mostly yellow), emerged
from the door on the wall to my right and passed in front of me,
smiling and nodding at me as she continued across to door on the wall
to my left into the bright room.
The women represent a generational curse, the women are passing by you and smiling as to say look at me in all of my outward splendor.Not at all ashamed or even conscious of the growth on their forehead.
Each woman bore an infirmity about her head that grew progressively
worse with each one that passed. The first being the size of a walnut
and the last being large bulbous tumors about the forehead.
There was no speaking
The forehead is where one wears an identifying mark. Ex 13:9,Duet6:8,11:8 Rev7:3,9:4,13:6;14:1 People from India where a red dot on their forehead. This dream is showing you that there is a identifying mark on you that you do not see or will not except, it could be a personality trait ie. being fiercely independent, I believe the lord has shown me that what ever this glitch in you other wise beautiful personality is, it has created a partition between you and the next level of ministry or love life or career and you have not been able to cross this "fence". But if you allow the God of light to fully expose this flaw to you and you are honest with yourself about it you will step into the well lit room on the left. Left is where God is strong and you are weak. Look at your past to find a character flaw that is causing you more and more delay.
Blessings,
D
ps I think we can all do like wise. Amen?

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Re: Four African Women

Post by ThisIsSparta on Sun May 03, 2009 8:35 pm

mldarrell wrote:Hi Mom, :bighug:

In my dream I stood in the doorway facing into a dimly lit, empty room.
The dream pertains something you do not fully acknowledge or do not see clearly.
The room was small and square.
The dream has one simple meaning it is not complicated "tho it may be hard to except" as in thinking small or unwilling to except.
There was a door on the wall to my right (facing into the room) and a
door to the wall on my left (also facing into the room). The door on
the wall to my left led into a brightly lit room.
One by one, four
African women, dressed in brighly colored traditional African dress,
complete with brightly colored headwrap (color mostly yellow), emerged
from the door on the wall to my right and passed in front of me,
smiling and nodding at me as she continued across to door on the wall
to my left into the bright room.
The women represent a generational curse, the women are passing by you and smiling as to say look at me in all of my outward splendor.Not at all ashamed or even conscious of the growth on their forehead.
Each woman bore an infirmity about her head that grew progressively
worse with each one that passed. The first being the size of a walnut
and the last being large bulbous tumors about the forehead.
There was no speaking
The forehead is where one wears an identifying mark. Ex 13:9,Duet6:8,11:8 Rev7:3,9:4,13:6;14:1 People from India where a red dot on their forehead. This dream is showing you that there is a identifying mark on you that you do not see or will not except, it could be a personality trait ie. being fiercely independent, I believe the lord has shown me that what ever this glitch in you other wise beautiful personality is, it has created a partition between you and the next level of ministry or love life or career and you have not been able to cross this "fence". But if you allow the God of light to fully expose this flaw to you and you are honest with yourself about it you will step into the well lit room on the left. Left is where God is strong and you are weak. Look at your past to find a character flaw that is causing you more and more delay.
Blessings,
D
ps I think we can all do like wise. Amen?



that is a really profound interpretation.

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Re: Four African Women

Post by M on Sun May 03, 2009 8:42 pm

Thanks Sparta. I am amazed at some of the things I say too. It is not me but the Lord in me. HEY Sparta did you go to church today?
In Christ,
D :PTL:

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Re: Four African Women

Post by ThisIsSparta on Sun May 03, 2009 8:43 pm

hello,


no i didn't.


i've learned more about God outside of church than in one.

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Re: Four African Women

Post by ThisIsSparta on Sun May 03, 2009 8:49 pm

what did the *4* part represent?


why 4?

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Re: Four African Women

Post by Dove-Solutions on Mon May 04, 2009 4:21 am

The curses are 4 generations back i believe.

Love in Jesus,

Connie


~Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not to your own understanding, in all your ways acknowledge Himand He will direct your path.~ Proverbs 3:5-6

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Re: Four African Women

Post by Virtuous on Mon May 04, 2009 8:55 am

i've learned more about God outside of church than in one.

"Forsake not yourself to be assembled in the house of the Lord among brethren."

You are doing yourself a disservice by staying out of church.

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