In my previous post, I offer some warnings about interpreting dreams and visions. In general, it requires discernment, a Gospel hermeneutic, and care for God’s name not to be taken in one’s own vanity. I want to add another caveat here. God condescends to humanity for our good, so that we can know Him who transcends our understanding.
In the video below, which I’ve shared in the past with some that know me, I describe what I saw in a vision several years ago and some interpretation that goes along with it. What I describe in the video may not literally be what happens on the last day, but something about God’s character is illuminated and can be verified with Scripture. What is literally true is that there are angels, no one comes to the Father except through Jesus, there is a last day (day of judgment), there is a resurrection from the dead, and we will all have to give an account.
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