We have great strength at our disposal, for which we need to find an outlet.
Weapon According to type, i.E. A gun shoots wounding words, a knife is cutting words; research, accordingly
Theft or Destruction of a Weapon If a person sees his weapon as stolen or snatched from him or broken or ruined it denotes the weakening of his power and strength. The same is the case. Where the weapon is given away as a gift or sold or thrown away or loaned to someone.
Club Sandwich A combination of social activities or services at one occasion; see “sandwich”
Club 1. If one feels accepted into the club, one feels accepted by family and friends. 2. If one is thrown out of the club, one has done something that one feels guilty about. 3. A measure of how one feels in terms of expressing individuality, i.E., Feeling dominated by or…
Club An instrument of war symbolic of God’s words shattering His enemies, Jer. 51:20
Club A dream auguring suffering and misfortune (Gypsy). Inman and Freud regard it as a phallic symbol, although it denoted strength and power amongst the ancients, bearing no erotic significance; to the Christians it became an emblem of suffering and of martyrdom.
Club Striking someone with a club or walking stick or any weapon that is bent like a walking stick means that the victim will be involved in some difficulty that causes injury and damage.