Dream, Interpretation




April 3, 2022 11:28 PM

Date Received: 04/01/2022

Something like this has never happened to me. Two different persons, one of them a friend in Christ, and the other one a stranger, both reached out to me on the same day asking for my thoughts and possible interpretation of a dream / vision. They had the same message.

I felt the Lord prompting me that this message is not just a confirmation for me personally, my close friend in Christ and the stranger, but in fact, it is an important message for ALL His children at this time, and it should be shared publicly. Here are brief summaries of the two dreams and the message for us.


He is very scared, as if something scary is in front of him. He was so scared he thinks he must have looked like a frightened cat, but he could not identify what exactly scared him so much. He also saw “white bright” shining spots in his hair. Focusing on those bright shining spots made him feel good to the extent of forgetting about the scare.


The something scary in front of him = this probably represents our immediate future and all that we will face during the time of sorrows. It is not one thing, it is a multitude of things that will cause the heart of people to fail.

The bright shining spots on his hair = His hair is on his head, where his mind is located. These bright spots represent the promises of God from His Word but also personal promises, including visions and revelations the Lord has given him about heaven, future restoration, protection, etc. He remembers all these Words in his mind, triggering the bright spots there.


If he focuses on the “scary” something he is terrified. Satan controls him then. God cannot use him. But if he focuses on The Lord and HIS promises fear stays distant. He even forgets about the fearful sight.

His dream is connected to the biblical story of Peter walking on water. As long as Peter focused on Jesus Christ he felt fine and walked on water, but the moment he focused on the scary storm and big waves he became afraid and sank.

2nd DREAM OF THE STRANGER (Summarized)  

An unknown person sends me a private chat on social media asking me for a dream interpretation. I received this request on the same day as the 1st dream reached my inbox.

In her dream two women were in a house with white walls. They both had white and purple fingernails. One of those two women was peaceful, the other one was in panic screaming. She was screaming “Gog and Magog”. A man came in, gentle, peaceful, and tried to calm her down. He spoke softly, but she did not stop screaming. Eventually, incredibly, she threw the man out through the window.


The house with white walls = both women are surrounded by righteousness, which can only come from the blood of the Lamb. In other words, they belong to the Lord.

The two women = They represent two different types of believers in Christ, or the bride.

White and purple fingernails = The nails are attached to the body, so they represent something about who they are. White is the color of righteousness (they have been cleansed by the blood of Jesus) and purple is the color of royalty (they are probably called to reign with Christ).

The woman in panic = She was in panic b/c of Gog and Magog (Russia, war, the book of Ezekiel, end of days, WW3, etc.) She was scared and terrified about what is coming to the earth in the future.

The gentle man = Jesus Christ. He tried to calm her down, but she would not listen.

Throwing him out the window = Because of fear, being scared, terrified of the future, not listening. She turned her back on Christ, rejecting him. Abandoning her calling. Incredible.


Some of the bride trusts Jesus Christ enough so that the disasters and terrors that are coming to earth now don’t take away her peace. There are others, although called, that are in danger of being so focused on the end time terrors that fear can grip them and take them over. If that happens, they will not listen to Christ anymore, and they run the risk of walking away from their calling, out of fear.

The message of Peter walking on the water is connected to her dream too. Their choices are to focus on Christ and trust Him, or to focus on the storm (WW3, Gog and Magog, future wars). One of the women was wise and chose to keep her eyes on Christ, trusting Him, and other one was consumed by fear for concentrating too much on the horrible things that are coming upon the earth.


The story of Peter walking on the water is in the Bible for such a time as this. It applies to all of God’s children. We are like Peter. Many of us will be seeing the judgments during the “season of sorrows”, yet we are called to focus on Christ, trust him with all our heart and strength, obey him, and do not allow any fear to come inside our hearts.

This is not always going to be easy. When a brother / sister is called to die as a martyr and faces the guillotine, will he /she look to Christ and feel ok, rejoicing at the reward he/she will soon receive, or will he/she focus so much on the terror of the guillotine and look at the decapitated bodies, this this person cave in fear and takes the MOTB?

Peter was not supposed to focus on the storm and the waves. If he had kept his eyes on Jesus, he would have been fine walking on water.

The only way to keep fear away and not step away from the narrow path, endure to the end and walk across the finish line, is to avoid looking at the news and the disasters and terrors to the left and to the right, and look at HIM instead, in faith, declaring our trust in HIM constantly.

Psalm 112:7

He shall not be afraid of evil tidings: his heart is fixed, trusting in the Lord.

Proverbs 3:5

Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.

Psalm 25:15

Mine eyes are ever toward the Lord; for he shall pluck my feet out of the net.

Micah 7:7

Therefore, I will look unto the Lord; I will wait for the God of my salvation: my God will hear me.

Psalm 62:8

Trust in him at all times; ye people, pour out your heart before him: God is a refuge for us.

Psalm 141:8

But mine eyes are unto thee, O God the Lord: in thee is my trust; leave not my soul destitute.

Psalm 105:4

Look to the Lord and his strength; seek his face always.

Psalm 5:3

My voice shalt thou hear in the morning, O Lord; in the morning will I direct my prayer unto thee, and will look up.

Psalm 105:4

Seek the Lord, and his strength: seek his face evermore.


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