Interpretation: Unzipping large suit

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    • #19744
      Smidge
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      Everytime I go to pray for my friends son I see him unzip this large suit and step out of it. He is very small when he steps out. He is addicted to alcohol and drugs. He detoxed for over a week and relapsed today.

    • #19745
      Basie Martins
      Keymaster

      Hi Smidge, can you tell me the color of the suit? Remember that every little detail that you fail to mention takes away parts of the meaning of the dream. Read about this aspect below:

      Please note that it is very important that you record all relevant information and detail about the different symbols in the dream or the vision:

      The shape and size of each object. (Only if relevant – Normal sizes need not be recorded, only if something is particularly huge or small).

      The color of each object.

      The number of different objects.

      The direction facing and/or the direction of movement of each object.

      The words that were spoken.

      The actions performed.

      The emotions experienced with each occurrence in the dream or vision.

      The place the dream was physically located, the geographical area, background circumstances, the context of the time in history.

      Information that you supernaturally knew in the dream and vision needs to be written down exactly as God gave it to you. (The gifts of discernment, knowledge, and wisdom, do sometimes manifest in dreams and visions)

      Very important, record whether you pondered on something specific the day before. Did you question a specific situation? Did you counsel a specific person? Were you upset about something? Did you and a friend discuss something that bothered you the day before?

      A dream or a vision is almost always an answer to something, or a reply from God, or more information about something that you asked or pondered upon the day before the dream. Sometimes it can be a message or important information about a group of people or for a person, you counseled or thought about the day before.

      It is sometimes an answer to prayer. Maybe you prayed for guidance or for deliverance. Maybe you sought God’s face for a specific situation the day before. It is amazing how many people seek God’s face during a particular situation and yet when He answers them they fail to understand that the dream is an answer to their prayer. When dream interpreters do not have information as mentioned above (what you pondered on, questions asked and concerns you had right before the dream) then they are obliged to interpret the dream in a spiritual sense and in a general sense. This leads to dreams being interpreted incorrectly.

      The more accurate you record all this information the more successful you will be with the interpretation of the dream or vision. Do not guess if you cannot remember something. If you experienced no emotions in the dream that is OK.

      You need to record only and exactly what you did experience in the dream. Remember that each and every symbol and each and every detail in the dream and vision need to be analyzed.

      You need to do this systematically in order to bring the total sum of all possible aspects and meanings into the equation. If you do not analyze all symbols and all meanings you might lose vital information and you might end up not interpreting the dream or vision correctly.

    • #19746
      Smidge
      Participant

      We have prayed for this child for many years. He’s in his late 20’s. I was at a loss of how to pray and was asking the Lord for help.
      I beleive the color was gray. When he walked out of the suit he was wearing white tee shirt and white underwear. The background is blank. He is walking to the right. That’s all I see.

    • #19765
      Basie Martins
      Keymaster

      Hi Smidge,

      This dream symbolizes this man’s deliverance. The fact that he walked out to the right speaks of this deliverance in the future and probably imminent. The fact that he is only in a T-Shirt and underwater speaks of him being stripped of quite a lot of preparation work (See clothes). Even people who prepare themselves for life in a negative way do that with quite a lot of effort and motivation just like us. So he was stripped of a lot, during the deliverance (which is coming).

      There is probably a fear in his heart that when he is delivered, he is going to be exposed as a “nobody” that is why he was so small and almost naked (see the meaning of nakedness). The fact that the T-Shirt and underwear are white, speaks of although stripped and naked (being delivered from what the gray suit represents) he will find himself victorious and righteous and he will taste the victory and purity that everybody experiences when they are set free.

      The fact that the suit was gray speaks of him feeling that what he did was not entirely wrong (he probably justified his actions and his way of life). Gray is a mixture of white and black (see the meaning of white and the meaning of black and understand that he chose to mix it all up. Gray is wrong in God’s eyes but sometimes not in the eyes of people. It reminds me of this Scripture: So, because you are lukewarm-neither hot nor cold-I am about to spit you out of my mouth. To God warm or cold is better than lukewarm.

      The fact that the suite was so huge probably speaks of this lifestyle and preparation giving this person a lot of power or authority or a high self-esteem.

      The fact that he unzipped this suit himself and that he stepped out himself speaks of the possibility that this man will be instrumental in setting himself free. I suspect that if he receives the proper Biblical counseling that he needs, the truth will set him free, almost automatically. So if you ponder on what the different symbols mean that I described above, God will help you to identify exactly what caused him to be in bondage (why the drugs and alcohol), and then the proper counseling will set this man free.

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