Does the Lord Reveal Himself in Dreams?

by Pastor Ricky Kurth

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“I hear that Muslims are getting saved after being visited by Christ in a dream. Does the Lord reveal Himself in dreams today?”

God spoke to men in dreams in past dispensations, but now that the Bible is complete, He speaks only through His Word.

If these stories were true, it would give unsaved men an excuse when they are sentenced to the lake of fire for their sins (Rev. 20:12-15). They could rightly argue, “It’s not fair. The Lord never visited me in a dream. If He had, I would have believed too.”

But we know that unsaved men will have no excuse in that day, for it is still true that “the heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth His handywork” (Psa. 19:1). The testimony of God’s creation reaches all men (v. 2-6) and is enough to leave men “without excuse” to not “seek the Lord” and “feel after him, and find Him” (Acts 17:27; Rom. 1:20).

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