top of page

Day 17 - Finding God in Our Dreams

Finding Your Creative Bones® 365-Day Devotional © 2023

Our dreams can help us understand what God plans for us.

What if you had a dream, and it foretold what was to come?

Would you act on it? Ignore it? Pray for guidance and understanding. You may or may not see the miracle of a dream come to life. But they may be there influencing you without your awareness.

Foretelling and answering dreams are possible, and both have and do happen. Many times in the Old Testament, Joseph helped others understand their dreams and the future they foretold. These dreams shaped his life and were a part of the protection God offered Joseph after his brothers had cruelly betrayed him.

You may or may not remember your dreams. Many believe that if you write a dream down as soon as you wake up, you can remember it later. Another alternative is to record an audio note on your phone for playback later. If you sense God is speaking to you in your dreams, try capturing some thoughts about what seemed important and memorable as soon as possible so that you can reflect on it later.

We are surrounded by miracles, healing, and the knowledge that something is to come. You only have to pray, listen, and see to know the truth.


Father, Joseph was a good man, and you loved him. Through all of the difficulties that came upon him, you were there. You ensured his life was protected and that he was successful in all he did under your guidance.

Please guide, lead, and help me see the paths you choose for me. I want to walk with you and glorify your name and existence to others. I want to be the example you choose me to be and move forward, bringing others to you and your love. Your generosity is unnecessary, but I accept any offer and thank you before it comes. I am blessed beyond my words and grateful for all the days of my life.

Jesus Christ and our heavenly Father, hear my plea and know I am thankful for your blessings. Amen.

Zentangle, INC. Original Tangle AQUAFLEUR on a circle Orange QoR Watercolor, tangled by Texas Artist and Author Cindy Rae Fancher, CZT®


a tangle originated by Zentangle, Inc.

Learn how to draw AQUAFLEUR.

5 views0 comments
bottom of page