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What airplanes and automobiles mean in dreams. Dreams: Appointments, Flights, and Automobiles
What Dream Interpretation Looks Like.
Dreamer wrote: Tonight I dreamed that I was getting in a car with one of my elderly church minsters to catch a flight to Japan, the car was full after *Mrs.[Name means grace] got in so I went back inside the house to have someone drive me. Once back inside I had to keep climbing out of windows to get out. I was surrounded by my Pastor and church members encouraging me to go out the windows. There were several windows.
Once outside my sister and youngest daughter were getting ready to take me, we pass Mrs. —– [ name means grace ] car (same make as her car now but older) and my sister locks it, then she says she needs to get gas, the car we were getting into was at the gas pump. I say worriedly that I was going to miss my flight, I wake up as we were getting in the car. In both dreams my youngest daughter is with me.
Dear one, this is a dream coaching, and teaching segment. Airplanes and Automobiles
When we have a flight to catch we have an appointment to make that will move us forward in rapid succession once we get there. This type of progression requires connections, and are time sensitive. They also include a body of like travelers with the same destination. You have an appointment, a flight, a journey, and destination that includes, or will benefit you and your daughter. What does Japan mean to you? It is the land of the rising sun. In this dream none of the cars are in your control. Simply said, they are in the control of others. In fact, those who have control of these vehicles are not in tune to your sense of urgency. They can encourage you, they can point in the direction you need to go. But, all the vehicles involved are not dedicated to your destination. There are priorities that over ride yours, they have to do with the lives of others.
Cars are owned by individuals, and possessed by families. They are the instrument that moves us forward in our own lives.
Everyone should have their own. What is this, spiritually? It is a driving support that best fits your needs to get you to your appointments and destiny. As long as some one else other than Jesus, or you, is in the driver’s seat to where you are needing to go in life, then that destination that is uniquely yours, will not be the number one priority. Especially, if no one is sharing a common goal, or passion.
Your needs were not the priority, in the first car, the needs of the church mother and her destination was, this is a fellowship that may not be called to get you there. In fact those in the car made room for grace, but had no room for you. This vehicle is fine, grace is in it. But, this arrangement is causing delay for you. Are you being equipped for your destination in Christ?
If not this is no ones fault; but, is outlining the dynamics that are not in your favor for God’s destiny in your life, and it is your responsibility to begin seeking the Lord, on how to acquire the knowledge and wisdom you need in order to meet appointments and destinations, that God has lined up for you. This is personal responsibility that you will have to give account for. We can’t say to God, “Well, no one let me, no one gave me an opportunity, no one took up my cause.” With God all things are possible for us.
We ought to obey God rather than man, and we ought not to wait for others to embrace concern for our appointments and destinations. We have to give an account for what we do, or do not do, in this life time in obeying what the Father has called us to do. In this dream these vehicles are not working in your favor, because you are believing that your church and family are going to get you there; but, God himself through the power of the Holy Spirit is the only one who can.
Your church is teaching you how to move forward through the frame work of the prophetic, this is seeing what is next, (windows) and having revelation to move forward, which is great, still you get into your family member’s vehicle, her passion and course needs more fuel to get YOU where you need to go, but you are running out of time, and the other car you see that is now an older model, is not even an option. It is locked to you. Marking a passage of time and present relevance, where grace is no longer even in it. This may refer to something you tried before that you thought would get you where you needed to go, but it didn’t pan out. Now, it is not even close.
The dream is revealing that you have been a passenger waiting on others to help you make your flight. That you need a vehicle purposed for you, alone, to make your appointments.
You can engage a dream you don’t completely understand by using the dream language. You can begin to pray and ask the Lord to purpose operatives, on your behalf that will get you where you need to go right on time. Pray in your personal means of support to transport you into your destiny, in Christ. What you need to hear, what revelation you need to walk in, the grace that will carry YOU.
Your immediate connections are not getting you there; however, the Holy Spirit, will be our personal escort. This doesn’t mean your sister doesn’t have a part in it, but may need your prayers to get you there on time. In fact, it could mean that you need everyone involved to have revelation concerning you, so let the Lord minister the truth in this matter to you. Pushing and pulling people to see it our way is never the answer. God reveals and God conceals.
We love these people, but we must work out our own salvation, with fear and trembling. Prayer for all involved will ensure God’s will. -God bless Dee.
*Not always, but often, the etymology of a name is a key to a dream rather than the person themselves.
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