Dreams

I've always belived that our loved ones can visit us in our dreams.  My mom did and now my husband.  In both cases, there was something undreamlike about the dream, a sort of reality mixed in with it. 
I'd asked God for a visit from my husband.  Mom visited several times before she told me she was ready to stay at home with the Lord and was only here because I hadn't let go.  When I did, she never appeared again in the same manner.  In other words, my dreams about mom became just that.  Dreams.
A few days ago I had one about my  husband.  He came to me in the dream and said he was learning so much in Heaven.  And then  he told me what he was studying.
When I woke up, I immediately started writing everything down.  And I thought about what I'd asked the Father about seeing my husband.  I'd wanted something that absolutely stood out that it was not a dream but indeed a visit from Heaven.  As I wrote this dream down, I described the light that surrounded my  husband, the contented smile, his  youthful apperance.  I also wrote down what he was studying.  He'd said he was studying all sorts of things including Malni. 
Malni was so confusing to me as I could find nothing about this on the internet.  I did figure it out eventually.  My poor hearing seems to occur even as I sleep for what I really heard was Yahweh, which is the Hebrew name for God. 
I was raised Catholic and converted to the Protestant faith years ago.  In all my years I have always said God.  Not even in my dreams would I have thought Yahweh. 
I am so thankful to God for this visitation.  I feel that I've received so much comfort from this.  It carries me through the bad days.
 

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ricebells
ricebells

l am always having dreams about Frank,they have become normal for me.The first one l had he was standing by the side of the bed and telling me he could walk,he couldn,t before he died,he looked so fit,young and well,l had comfort in knowing that his body had been repaired.The dream was so real,l wonder lf lt was a dream,or was he really there,but lt did upset me,but now l just expect him to visit me,l think lt is their way of keeping in touch with us.We don,t have all the answers on this earth,l think there is so much we don,t understand about life and death,but enjoy the dreams,l do.
Alice
Joely
Joely

That gives me chills! I read your other journal about the dream, and about Yahweh. Like you I never use that word, but, I do know it. The first dream I had of Joe, I didn\'t let him talk to me. He had that beautiful smile of his and I realized that he had died and jumped up from a chair (in the dream) and told him he couldn\'t be here cause he had died. Then I woke up. I\'ve wished many times that I had talked to him. I\'ve dreamed about him only a few times that I remember. He was telling me about something I was upset about in one dream. So, I wish I could dream about him and really talk to him in the dream. I\'m glad you have that visitation as a comfort. Hugs, Joely
DianeMTB
DianeMTB

You are blessed with you dream and that it was comforting for you. My two dreams of Smokey more or less confirmed that he was dead and not coming back. They were not comforting cause in my dreams I was running around looking for Smokey. I have had no more dreams about Smokey. When my mom died, I used to dream about her. I believe God does bless us with dreams and speak to us thru the dreams. I wish God would speak to me thru a dream as well. You are blessed from Diane B.
deleted_user
deleted_user

I\'m so moved that you had this wonderful visit from your husband and that he looked so well and happy.

I have to say, I\'ve been gathering tidbits from people here, including my own visits from my husband, and I conclude that they have to go some sort of training or orientation program (this was actually originally Nobody4Now\'s idea, but I completely accept it now) before they\'re sprung on Heaven proper. We all seem to get the same impression that they\'re busy - in training, learning something.