Interpretation: Tiger attack

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    • #19276
      Daniel
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      Hi everybody, My friend who had the dream about the foxtail had another dream a few days after that one: In this dream, he was in a very rocky nature scene. He was constantly fleeing from a tiger who constantly attempted to viciously kill him. He barely managed to evade and escape those teeth and those jaws until he woke up.

    • #19312
      Unge
      Participant

      Hi Daniel!

      Hope you good😊
      What an interesting dream your friend had – it was a bit tricky but I do feel that these are warnings from God and your friend must listen otherwise there will be unfortunately bad consequences. Hope this helps!

      Primary Element: Dreamer

      Secondary Elements:
      Rocky nature scene: Seeking freedom and peace in a “rocky” place.
      Fleeing from tiger (not confronting): Fearing, running away from the enemy/religious spirit.
      Tiger wanted to kill you: The enemy/ religious spirit is slandering and speaking against you.
      Barely managed to escape teeth & jaws: It will be hard but you will be delivered from the vicious attack of the enemies words.

      INTERPRETATION:
      You are in a “rocky” place/season in your life where you are seeking freedom and peace from the fear of a religious spirit/enemy that has been speaking against you and slandering you. You barely escape, receiving deliverance from the vicious attack of lies, words & judgements of the enemy.

      COUNSEL
      Do not fear for God is with you; stand your ground being rooted in Christ and confront the accuser of the brethren.
      PRAY PRAY PRAY! I know how this feels and too have gone through a vicious attack of false accusations etc. Take up the sword of the spirit and destroy every single lie, false word and accusation that will or have come against you!

    • #19432
      Basie Martins
      Keymaster

      Hi Unge. Well done! A good and correct interpretation.

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