General Meaning: The force that brings about the washing in our lives. The Word of God and the anointing are both depicted by Water in the Scriptures. • Positive: Being washed with water speaks of being cleansed and of putting things behind you. It also speaks of being cleansed from your sin. • Water is […]
General Meaning: A picture of prosperity and abundance. Positive: Grapes were always used in scripture as a picture of God’s prosperity. When • the spies went into the Promised Land, they brought back a huge bunch of grapes to show the fertility of the land and its treasures. (Num 13:24) • Grapes are only as […]
What is blooming in your life now? Seeds planted are beginning to surface in April.
Wheat is a primordial basic food. The nature of wheat is such that it has been given symbolic meaning in mythology and religion. It is considered the fruit of the Earth, a gift of life and the gift of the gods. It is associated with purity, covenant and blessing. It may also be considered the […]
Seeds symbolize new opportunities and new beginnings. Just as a seed is the beginning of a new life (or its earliest stage), your unconscious may be telling you that the ideas you have planted are beginning to germinate. Additionally, your past experiences and hard work may be leading to new opportunities or possibilities.
Dinosaur bones symbolize things in your life that have been planted and forgotten that will be valuable when uncovered at a later time
A symbol of a righteous person, Prov. 12:3. A root can also be the cause of something. If the root has fruit it symbolizes a good person. If the root is dry it symbolizes evil, Hosea 9:16, A root is also symbolic of being firmly planted, Jer. 12:2
Symbolic of instigating something good or bad depending upon what is being planted. If you dream of planting and sowing fruit or vegetable seeds it symbolizes God’s blessing, Ps. 107:37-38
1. Origins, foundation of personality—sometimes hereditary or leading back to the parents. 2. Deeply embedded situation or problem, not easily overcome (deeply planted roots).
Supplanted, one who supports others