Apostle Grace Lubega
Job 33:15-17 (KJV); In a dream, in a vision of the night, when deep sleep falleth upon men, in slumberings upon the bed; Then he openeth the ears of men, and sealeth their instruction, That he may withdraw man from his purpose, and hide pride from man.
When God gives a man instructions through dreams, He opens the ears of the man, places there instruction, and then seals it therein.
He seals the instruction because He does not want you to forget it.
Sadly, many people forget their dreams. Sometimes, these dreams are a matter of life and death. Some dreams fundamentally affect how a person’s marriage shall stand.
This notwithstanding, there are Christians who get out of these dreams and have no clue about what God is saying.
An ardent student of the spirit should be able to question why they would forget their dreams or sometimes why they are not dreaming at all for long periods of time.
No matter how mundane and insignificant a dream might be, you should not forget it. You would rather remember it and decide that it is not significant for you to take a particular action on it.
The principle is that because it is the purpose of God to seal instruction when He causes you to dream, you should not forget your dreams.
This knowledge should teach you to guard the world of your dreams because it is an avenue through which God speaks to men and must not be taken for granted.
FURTHER STUDY: Numbers 12:6, 1 Kings 3:5
GOLDEN NUGGET: Because it is the purpose of God to seal instruction when He causes you to dream, you should not forget your dreams.
PRAYER: Loving Father, I thank You for this wisdom. Lord, I embrace and receive it as a truth by which I must pattern my life. My dream world is alive and through it, I receive instructions and guidance for my days, in Jesus’ name, Amen.