There Is More To Come
Guest Post Written by Nasrin Zaboli
I spent a few days at a women’s retreat in the Georgia Mountains earlier this month. A banquet awaited us as we arrived that evening. The facilities were basic, but the tables were elegantly decorated.
While observing the surroundings, there were lavishly decorated tables with variety of sumptuous food. There were anticipative looks on the women’s faces, and energy in the air.
I had a distinct feeling that I had experienced this event in the past. Suddenly, a dream I had many years ago came to mind. On the last night of the retreat, I had an opportunity to share my dream with everyone there. In this article, I’m going to share the dream I recorded in my dream journal.
April 2003 (From my journal.)
I was at a banquet along with many other women. The table was marvelously decorated with all kinds of food in shapes and colors undiscovered on this earth.
“This food must be from heaven.” I thought to myself.
As we sat at the table, the Chef came out. He had prepared all the food by himself! Everyone applauded. My friend sitting next to me whispered in my ear, “He is loaded.”
“Why then is he cooking for us?” I thought.
The chef then looked into my eyes and with a loving smile said, “There is more to come.” He was still cooking! In the dream, I suddenly realized that Jesus was the chef.
I believe the relationships I made at the retreat are so significant in my future that God gave me a dream about it.
Begin journaling your profound dreams. Write down as much detail as you remember and the emotions the dream evoked. You never know when God maybe speaking to you!
In the Bible, the Lord used dreams for various reasons. There were times when God used a dream to reveal prophecy.
Other times dreams were used to give a warning, to encourage, or to communicate a wonderful promise or a clear direction.
The fulfillment of the dreams sometimes occurred many years later after various events transpired; and the meaning of the dreams were not always immediately apparent.
Not all dreams bear a message from God. Most dreams are natural and have nothing to do with communications with God. Yet I believe today, God uses dreams to convey a message to us personally.
About Nasrin Zaboli
Nasrin grew up a Muslim in Iran. While living in America, she had an encounter with the love of God and became a born-again Christian. She is also the Author of a book entitled: Passing Through the Fire. You may visit Nasrin’s website at: PassingThroughTheFire.org.