But I dreamed I was in a small plane every time, but not piloting it. The thing is, it crashed every time, but I survived each crash. The last dream sequence I recall was that the plane crashed into water and I told someone who came to help that I needed to get out of the water but I was holding the plane up with my leg. What in the world?
|Flying Plane by Linda Allardice|
I'm not disturbed or upset by the dream, more like puzzled. I've confided in my friend who helps me think through some of the common dream themes. I do think my dreams last night were significant but not in any way prophetic. Of course, I still need to pray because my friend has asked me some very sensible and pointed questions about goals and self-doubt. Goals and self-doubt are things I can take to God in prayer. Things I want to take to God in prayer because I want His guidance and counsel in my life. I believe and trust in this need for Holy Counsel because the Scriptures say in James 1:5 "If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you."
When it comes to goals and self doubt, I need God and His wisdom. I have set some pretty big goals for myself the past couple days, some I have prayed about and others, I did not even consider it. Not that I didn't trust God, but that I didn't think it was necessary because it wasn't a big enough goal to bother Him about. Oh...How could I forget? My life is not my own, it is His. He gave me life. He knows me to the very core of my being. He knows the significant details and the insignificant. He also knows how each play into my life. Perhaps I have been relying on my own knowledge and strength to achieve my goals. My dreams seem to show me that I need the wisdom of the Almighty to know how to fly and His strength to help me soar. Maybe it took just a plane old dream to wake me up.
"http://www.publicdomainpictures.net/view-image.php?image=10928&picture=flying-plane">Flying Plane</a> by Linda Allardice