Daily Devotions

Disclosure Dreams

The bottom line is that disclosure dreams reveal issues in our lives and if you ignore the dream, you ignore the issue.  Then you coexist with it instead of conquering it.  One of the most obvious types of disclosure dreams is recurring dreams or dreams with a recurring theme (i.e., similar settings, action, emotions, outcomes or atmospheres). These types of dreams can be from God or our own springs, but they are revealing something that we need to be aware of, address and/or resolve.  A recurring dream can be an ongoing  process so that every time you dream it, you are moving toward resolve.  A recurring dream can become a personal indicator like our teapot telling us when we’re about to blow or when we are battling an old, familiar war.  A recurring dream can be an ongoing process bringing clarity to a future mandate, obedience or strategy.  A recurring dream can reveal a memory that needs closure. A recurring dream can signal an unconscious battle or fear.  Or recurring dreams can reveal a destructive pattern or cycle that needs to be broken.  I’ve talked to a number of dreamers  that discovered two or more generations had the same troubling, recurring dreams because the root was not resolved in the first generation.  We can pursue an understanding of recurring dreams and take issues to God for deliverance, resolve or healing and stop tormenting dreams, perhaps for generations!  (Kathy Gabler)
MARTY GABLER brings us this series of devotions called Beside Still Waters.
This one is titled: “Don’t give up, don’t be impatient” Psalm 27:14, TPT –
“Here’s what I’ve learned through it all: don’t give up; don’t be impatient; be entwined as one with the Lord.”




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