General Meaning: A vine is very similar to seeing a tree in a dream or vision. It can speak either of blessing and prosperity or of a curse. You would need to sense the spirit on the dream or vision and interpret accordingly. • Positive: A vine speaks of the blessing of the Lord. Whenever […]
General Meaning: Primarily a symbol of the Teaching Ministry, the sword can also speak of your authority in Christ. • In a negative context it speaks of negative words that have been spoken against you. • Positive: Generally the sword is a picture of power. Of course as believers we receive this power by the […]
General Meaning: A rock speaks of something that causes you to stumble, or something that causes you to stand secure. The interpretation will differ depending on the context of your dream or vision. • Positive: A rock that you lean on or hold onto is a lovely picture of your faith in the Lord. It […]
General Meaning: Olives in many forms are mentioned in Scripture. They had many uses – from being used for oil to light lamps, to being pickled and eaten. • The most famous olive grove mentioned in the Word is Gethsemane, which translated means ‘oil press’. Before an olive tree died, new branches sprouted from its […]
General Meaning: Since the beginning of time, pearls have been a picture of beauty and wealth. • Pearls are a lovely picture of a hidden treasure waiting to be found, but also something that is bought at great expense. • Visions Positive: In Scripture, pearls speak of wealth and an object of trade. Of course […]
The object of your worship. Things that have the place of honor in your life. Negative: I think we can both agree that there is no place for a positive interpretation for an idol in our lives. The only time an idol would be positive is if you saw it being broken down. • An […]
General Meaning: A call to a season of intimacy and innocence. To be drawn into an intimate relationship with the Lord. It is also a representation of the things that you have joined yourself to. • The wedding ceremony is a covenant ritual that symbolizes two people giving themselves completely to one another. In the […]
A lucky dream, forecasting good to all conditions (Artemidorus). The symbol of transformation and of myriads (Churchward) ; of regeneration, new life, resurrection (Budge).
Much pleasure, and comparative independence (Raphael). A dream of fish denotes gastric disturbances (Manaceine). Originally an emblem of sex and of fecundity it was adopted by the Christians as a symbol of Christ and the church.
A dream of riches (Artemidorus) ; ears of corn, symbol of the Holy Eucharist (Clement) ; ear of corn also the symbol of Horus bringing light and plenty to the world (Churchward).