A strong, flourishing person, Ps. 92:12
CedarBecause it is an “evergreen”, it has permanent security, i.E. A christian; see “tree”
CedarIn native american lore, a wood burned to ward off bad dreams.
CedarTo dream of cedar denotes happiness, joy and peace (Artemidorus) ; a symbol of incorruptibility (Bayley) ; the cedar of Lebanon, by its height, perfume and healing qualities was a symbol of goodness and of the Virgin (Clement).
Almond TreeA dream of success (Raphael) ; the symbol of the Father of All, the Pre-existing One (Bayley). Freudians contend that all dreams of trees bear an erotic meaning.
Apple TreeAlive and flourishing, good news ; dead, bad tidings. In mystic literature, the apple is the tree of life (Bayley).
Barkless TreeOne stripped of their protective spiritual covering and rights, left bare and vulnerable; see “tree”
Olive TreeFigurative of christian service, hope, peace, the true church, prophetic symbols
Palm TreeVictory and honor
Pine TreeA christian; see “evergreen”
TreeA person, i.E. Fruitful, evergreen, barren, dead, artificial, etc.; Research the type and see “limb” and “plant”
Tree HouseA temporary dwelling without a foundation and under the care of another; a troubled house; see “foundation”
Elm TreeDignity and strength.
Palm Tree1. Success, hope and happiness. 2. Unexpected sorrow, disappointment (to see a withered or dying palm).
Pine Tree1. A good omen; resilience, endurance and immortality. 2. Happiness, rebirth and renewal. 3. Negative omen if furniture is made out of pine.
Almond TreeAn almond tree is a symbol of God’s promise to perform His word, Jer. 1:11
Apple TreeA symbol of the love of a husband, Song. 2:3
Christmas TreeFamily, holidays, thankfulness
Cypress TreeSymbolic of God, Hosea 14:8
Fig TreeTo dream of tending a fig tree is symbolic of upcoming honor if the tree is healthy, Prov. 27:18
Olive TreeA symbol of end-times witnesses, power, Israel, and believers, Rom. 11:24, Rev. 11:4. A green olive tree is symbolic of a prosperous Christian, Ps. 52:8