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In certain Christian circles, many believe that eating in your dream is ominous; they associate it with the activities of demons. But could there possibly be anything wrong with eating in your sleep? What’s the position of God’s Word on the subject?Let’s begin by reviewing

Isaiah 29:7-8: “And the multitude of all the nations that fight against Ariel…shall be as a dream of a night vision. It shall even be as when an hungry man dreameth, and behold, he eateth; but he awaketh, and his soul is empty: or as when a thirsty man dreameth, and behold, he drinketh; but he awaketh, and, behold, he is faint, and his soul hath appetite…”

Satan thrives on the fear and ignorance of people. If you had a dream for example, and then you’re uncertain about the meaning, satan could launch an attack against your mind by suggesting negative interpretations to that dream. Fear might then creep in, which ultimately could pave way for demons to have a field day. So the problem isn’t with the dream; it has a lot more to do with accepting the negative interpretation of the dream brought to you by satan.

So you ought to be smart to always subject your dreams to the Word of God. Don’t accept the lie from satan that eating in your dream is ominous; if anything, it means prosperity. Throughout the Bible, there’s no place satan gave people food to eat in a dream; only God fed people in their dream, example is Peter (Acts 10:9-15).

If you found yourself eating in your dream, don’t be afraid. Wake up and begin to prophesy: “I was eating in my dream; therefore I shall always have food. I shall always have plenty!” Don’t wake up crying that someone has bewitched you in your dream, for you’re a new creation in Christ Jesus, and every food you eat is sanctified by the Word of God and prayer. Besides, no weapon fashioned against you shall prosper, be it in your dream or in real life.

My point remains simple – your pastor can be wrong so I (and you) should not trust him 100%. We should NOT call him father or teacher. Only the HS teaches that makes us TRULY understand. The Bible has clarified – EVERY MAN IS A LIAR AND ONLY GOD IS TRUE. Jesus Himself went as far as asking why some called Him good. That was the Lord Himself speaking to show men that flesh is corruptible. He (Jesus) said only GOD IS good. If you disregard His Words OR the Bible, the Word (not me) says you have not the True Love of God in you and you make your pastor God by saying he is infallible.

Anyway, whether you say it or not, he is not God or a god or divine. The people Psalms called "gods" were not Christians and you believe them inferior to you so don’t bring that. If your inferiors (non Christians shey) were gods, then what’s special in anyone calling themselves "gods"? Like those jew judges, muslims, atheists, hindus are therefore gods too. Every goat you see is a "god" abeg – it lords it over the grass it eats.

In certain Christian circles, many believe that eating in your dream is ominous; they associate it with the activities of demons. But could there possibly be anything wrong with eating in your sleep? What’s the position of God’s Word on the subject?Let’s begin by reviewing

Isaiah 29:7-8: “And the multitude of all the nations that fight against Ariel…shall be as a dream of a night vision. It shall even be as when an hungry man dreameth, and behold, he eateth; but he awaketh, and his soul is empty: or as when a thirsty man dreameth, and behold, he drinketh; but he awaketh, and, behold, he is faint, and his soul hath appetite…”

Satan thrives on the fear and ignorance of people. If you had a dream for example, and then you’re uncertain about the meaning, satan could launch an attack against your mind by suggesting negative interpretations to that dream. Fear might then creep in, which ultimately could pave way for demons to have a field day. So the problem isn’t with the dream; it has a lot more to do with accepting the negative interpretation of the dream brought to you by satan.

So you ought to be smart to always subject your dreams to the Word of God. Don’t accept the lie from satan that eating in your dream is ominous; if anything, it means prosperity. Throughout the Bible, there’s no place satan gave people food to eat in a dream; only God fed people in their dream, example is Peter (Acts 10:9-15).

If you found yourself eating in your dream, don’t be afraid. Wake up and begin to prophesy: “I was eating in my dream; therefore I shall always have food. I shall always have plenty!” Don’t wake up crying that someone has bewitched you in your dream, for you’re a new creation in Christ Jesus, and every food you eat is sanctified by the Word of God and prayer. Besides, no weapon fashioned against you shall prosper, be it in your dream or in real life.

My point remains simple – your pastor can be wrong so I (and you) should not trust him 100%. We should NOT call him father or teacher. Only the HS teaches that makes us TRULY understand. The Bible has clarified – EVERY MAN IS A LIAR AND ONLY GOD IS TRUE. Jesus Himself went as far as asking why some called Him good. That was the Lord Himself speaking to show men that flesh is corruptible. He (Jesus) said only GOD IS good. If you disregard His Words OR the Bible, the Word (not me) says you have not the True Love of God in you and you make your pastor God by saying he is infallible.

Anyway, whether you say it or not, he is not God or a god or divine. The people Psalms called "gods" were not Christians and you believe them inferior to you so don’t bring that. If your inferiors (non Christians shey) were gods, then what’s special in anyone calling themselves "gods"? Like those jew judges, muslims, atheists, hindus are therefore gods too. Every goat you see is a "god" abeg – it lords it over the grass it eats.