Friday, February 8, 2019


I believe in the prophetic nature of dreams, I have had them for years. Prior to reading DECODING YOUR DREAMS- What the Lord May be Saying to You While You Sleep by Jennifer LeClaire I had a very powerful dream that took me days to interpret. I have my own “dream understanding” manual that I created from years of dreaming thus I was very hesitant about reading this book.

After thinking about this book for a few days after reading it I still have mixed feelings regarding my opinion. Overall it is a good book, worth reading. Would I personally purchase it? No. Am I glad I read it? Yes.

DECODING YOUR DREAMS is a good book for people interested in developing a general understanding of dream interpretation from a biblical perspective. There are a few ‘items’ in dreams that she interprets differently than I or other dream interpreters, that I know, do. Like biblical interpretation everything must be taken in context and like reading the Bible the best way to understand biblical dreams is by asking YHWH.

Whenever someone comes to me seeking understanding of a dream I give a brief interpretation then ask questions which either confirm or deny what I have spoken. Even if I am spot on I tell the person to pray and YHWH will confirm what I have said or give him better understanding.

I do believe YHWH speaks to us in dreams and it is good to seek understanding. First John 4:1 instructs us to test the spirits to confirm the validity of what is presented. I would suggest you interpret your dream by your own understanding and then compare it to what is written in this book. DECODING YOUR DREAMS is not a great book but it is not a bad one either, it is reference tool you can use.    Written by Marsha L F Randolph

I received this book free from the publisher through the BookLook Bloggers book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

No comments:

Post a Comment