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Overview Exploring the Nature and Gift of Dreams equips you for great understanding of dream language, and grounds you in the Word of God concerning dreams and how to interpret them. The nature and gift of dreams explores: Cultivating a culture for revelation. Dream drainers. Dream busters. Why God seems silent. How to cultivate the realm of the prophetic in our lives. Inasmuch as an excellent spirit, knowledge,understanding, interpreting dreams, solving riddles,and explaining enigmas were found in this Daniel,...now let Daniel be called,and he will give the interpretation (Daniel 5:12). Go exploring today for the dream language that is uniquely yours a gift from your heavenly Father.
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James W. Goll is the co-founder of Encounters Network - a ministry to the nations. He is the author of over twenty-five books and study guides, including The Seer, Dream Language, and The Lifestyle of a Prophet. James is a member of the Harvest International Ministries Apostolic Team, the Apostolic Council of Prophetic Elders, and other national and international ministries. James continues to write, travel the globe preaching and ministering and lives in the beautiful hills of Franklin, Tennessee.
James W. Goll currently resides in Franklin Franklin, in the state of Tennessee.
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Christian Dreams Mar 19, 2010
I have been looking for a Christian book on dreams. There are so many for the secular world but nothing really out there for the Christian Community. I like James Goll's books and have read many of them and when I saw this one I was excited to see it. After getting it, I was a bit disappointed that it didn't have a larger dream symbol index. I know dreams can be subjective according to each person, but I was hoping that there might be more insight to specific dream meanings. But overall its an OK book.