Profit

1. Rewards and success are just around the corner. 2. Reverse: feelings of failure, disappointment. 3. Wordplay on “prophet,” regarding events of a spiritual nature. 4. A time to keep affairs quiet and close to the vest.

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A Most Unpleasant Dream

If the Holy Prophet (Sallallaahu-Alayhi-wasallam) is seen as physically deformed or sick or dead then this is a very unpleasant dream. For, it alludes to the observer’s negligence and unmindfulness in mattes of deen. Such a person should immediately resort to repentance.

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Prompting

(Incite; Induce; Lure; Urge) To urge someone to feed the hungry or to do good deeds in a dream means repentance of a sinner, or attracting one’s good luck, or following the exemplary conduct of God’s Prophet upon whom be peace.

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Scholars

(Early companions; Legist; Masjid; Men of knowledge; Mosque; Religious doctors; Righteous men) A scholar in a dream represents glad tidings, a promotion, or a commendation and it represents one who acts upon what he knows and says. Seeing one of the early scholars in a dream means increase in one’s knowledge, for they were the […]

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Buildings

General Meaning: Established works or visions in your life. Different buildings will represent different visions or ministries. • If you are dreaming of being in a building from your past, it is possible that hurts or what happened back there is being stirred up once again in your life. If you dream of the house […]

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Tree

Trees are people or nations. The Church is also depicted as a tree, Dan. 4:20-22, Matt. 13:31-32. A green tree is symbolic of a prosperous person, Ps. 52:8. An uprooted tree symbolizes a false teacher or a false prophet, someone who is spiritually dead, Jude 1:12

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Psalms of David

In a dream, the Psalms of God’s prophet David (uwbp) represent wailing, lamentation, crying, repentance, fear of wrongdoing, devotion, harmony between people, unity, good luck, flute music and percussions, learning about strange news, or earning one’s livelihood from reciting poems, or from delivering sermons.

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