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the dream of faith and victory

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by , October 28th, 2014 at 06:54 AM (472 Views)
[QUOTE=just-me;1743120][SIZE=3]FYI. Those who do not have any musical education may not be able to comprehend this dream concerning a 7[SUP]th[/SUP] chord. [/SIZE]

[SIZE=3]I had a dream last night. After awaking I laid there for a time trying to understand the dream because usually I cannot remember what I dreamed, but this one got my attention like a few others that I have had. So this is the setting.[/SIZE]

[SIZE=3] I found myself in a music store admiring very unique instruments, designed with antique qualities and black in color. Some instruments were familiar, and some were such as I had never seen before. In the corner was something that appeared like a piano, but I didn't actually see the keyboard. It was upright, square, but the design was impeccable, with astounding beauty. It appeared to be made from iron, crafted with intricate designs of perfection all around. At a distance I was unable to appreciate its finite details, but it drew my total attention, resembling nothing like I have ever have seen before in my entire life.
[SIZE=3] A lady that was employed at the store walked toward me smiling, and said “I see that this instrument has mesmerized you with its beauty.” I acknowledged with a smile. She had long black hair that matched the color of her modest long black dress she was waring made from fine twined silk. While walking toward this musical instrument she turned to me stated, “It is beautiful but it has a flaw and doesn't play right.” Then she added, “I'll show you.”[/SIZE]
She began to play the song “Faith is the victory.” It sounded real good until the chorus began. She had played a seventh note with the first chord that doesn't belong with the beginning of the word faith in the chorus. She stopped playing, and said, “This happens all the time, and this instrument never plays this song right at this precise spot every time.” It was obvious to me that this wasn't a flaw in the musical instrument but rather a flaw in the way she played the chord progression. [/SIZE]
Seven is the number of heavenly completeness, but the seventh note doesn't work (being alone) with first mention of faith in the chorus. (James 2:17) Nevertheless the first mention of faith is in the number one chord of the chorus, being the first and the beginning. The seventh note added to a chord progression always indicates that there is more music that must follow. The next word in the chorus is “victory,” and the tune demands a seventh note for the fullness of the musical composition. So the completion of the heavenly comes with “victory” and then the fullness of “faith” follows, also played with the seventh note by adding “victory” to “faith.” Then at the ending of that simple progression, even before the song is finished, “victory” is played with the first major chord that the song began with.[/SIZE]
I corrected the lady dressed in black as the other customers in the store started to listen to our conversation. After she was able to comprehend where the mistake was, I sat down to another piano and began to play the chorus with her and all the people in the store sang along. The next seventh note was played just before the finishing of the song as we all sang the word “overcomes.” The three part harmony was the most beautiful that I had ever heard coming from common folk. When we had finished the song the rejoicing, shouting, and clapping created an atmosphere that caused the blackness to be totally overwhelmed by the joyous atmosphere. [/SIZE]
[SIZE=3](John 7:24 and 2 Corinthians 10:7) [/SIZE]

[SIZE=3]There are 3 things to notice.[/SIZE]
[SIZE=3]1. What does the black musical instrument represent?[/SIZE]
[SIZE=3]2. Who does the woman dressed in black represent?[/SIZE]
[SIZE=3]3. What does the chord progression of the song represent?[/SIZE]

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  1. just-me's Avatar
    [SIZE=3]1. What does the black musical instrument represent? All of God's Spiritual Word and handiwork including the law which most denominations reject because they can only see the physical attributes of Biblical history.
    [SIZE=3][SIZE=3]2. Who does the woman dressed in black represent? A religion that teaches a different gospel by choosing only parts of scripture that agree with their preconceived ideas concerning the progression of events written in scripture. They add and subtract according to their desires and point their finger toward certain scriptures instead of themselves saying that part has been made void.
    [SIZE=3][SIZE=3]3. What does the chord progression of the song represent? God's perfect timing starting with creation, then Abraham, then the law given to a chosen nation through Moses, then the prophets, and then Jesus. We are given faith, and by that faith we have the victory which increases our faith and we glorify God by that increased faith given through experience.[/SIZE][/SIZE]

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    Updated October 28th, 2014 at 02:14 PM by just-me
  2. SowBeeIt's Avatar
    Came across this, and for anyone who comes along,
    and wants help to interpret dreams.
    I'm leaving the interpretation I see of this dream.

    First Black instruments and a woman with black dress and hair.

    Genesis 1:2 2The earth was formless and void, and darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was moving over the surface of the waters.

    Isaiah 60:2 2"For behold, darkness will cover the earth And deep darkness the peoples; But the LORD will rise upon you And His glory will appear upon you.

    I Corinthians 13:12 12 For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known.

    God has come to our darkness, so we may have a time of Form,
    so with our Faith and Praise we may have Victory.

    Habakkuk 2 11For the stones will cry out from the wall, and the rafters will answer them from the woodwork. (cap stone to corner stone = Father to Christ) Stones in the wall Revelation 21 is the 12 tribes of Israel)

    Luke 19 40He answered, "I tell you, if they were to keep silent, the stones would cry
    out!" = the foundation stones in Revelation, are the first 12 disciples and all who follow the Lamb with Faith and praise.

    Dark instruments in this darkness, are instruments of praise, just as we mankind, are created from the darkness, to be instruments of praise.

    Dark Woman with Dark Hair = church in this darkness.

    1 Corinthians 11: 7A man, in fact, should not cover his head, because he is God's image and glory, but woman is man's glory.

    Man is in Darkness, on this earth,
    and woman is the glory of man.
    (Here hair shows the colour of that glory of man, which is darkness)

    Ephesians 5 25 Husbands, love your wives, even as Christ also loved the church, and gave himself for it;

    Man/Husband is the image of Father/Christ (God Head)

    Thus Woman/Wife is the image of Church (Body of God)

    The Dark instrument this man found among all the dark instruments in the music room,
    I believe represents the church he was attracted to, of all the other churches.
    design was impeccable, with astounding beauty. It appeared to be made from iron, crafted with intricate designs of perfection all around.

    Since we are attracted to the woman/church our heart desires,
    God was allowing him to see the beautiful unique dark instrument that intrigues him.

    The Woman in dark hair / dark dress
    is the dark one body / church, of this earth /music store, of instruments of praise.
    He says, her modest long black dress she was waring made from fine twined silk.
    A modest long dress, would mean a church that has a decent teaching,
    and the fine twined silk material, is costly apparel, so a church of abundance.

    (All Dark, would mean how this church is,
    without washing any dark spots of sins, in the Lamb's life flow; blood)
    Not Sure if this means as the church/body was in the beginning Genesis 1:2,
    without God, the word of God Christ ...
    OR possibly a Church of prosperity teaching today,
    So it does NOT deal with Sin at all, but only a decent/modest church of prosperity.
    Thus still a dark church.

    And I favour the later of this Church interpretation
    since the costly apparel of fine silk of the dress, suggests a church of great wealth,
    (and prosperity teaching, does create many wealthy church bodies)
    The Good = is the decent (modest dress length, not uncovering too much nakedness/shame)

    And this to me, would be why the Song sounds really good at the beginning,
    For she the church, modest and wealthy and beautifully made praise instruments,
    are both pleasing to his physical ears and eyes, and drew him in, like a moth to the flame.

    But as she / the church plays the dark instrument that represents the sound / teaching that comes from the instrument, which is the one, among all the others in the music store he had chosen to gravitate his interest to.

    Is when he is able to hear the flaw in the chorus of the song played.
    She/ the church believes it is the instrument that is the flaw,
    and not a flaw in the church, who plays/ teaches from the instrument voice.

    The problem comes in the Chorus of a song,
    means the repeat bridge,
    which is the part that is played, preached and
    unites the whole body, to the words of the worship Song of Faith

    And this would mean to me,
    that the Church /woman has the flaw,
    as she plays/ preaches from the voice instrument that speaks,

    and the repeat bridge of this song,
    which has the flaw as it plays out the song of Faith is the Victory.

    But listening, this man can easily hear what the problem is.

    He says
    It was obvious to me that this wasn't a flaw in the musical instrument but rather a flaw in the way she played the chord progression

    So it isn't a flaw with the unique intricately made instrument
    (that the voice God created)
    but a flaw in the way this modest, abundant woman/church preached, (played)
    the repeatedly bridge chorus of the music/ song/words of the worship,
    from their instrument of praise, believes Faith is the Victory is to be played.

    Thus I believe it means a flaw, taught incorrectly on the Faith part,
    in the church he goes to.

    (because he hears the problem, by hearing the Spirit of truth)

    Once he corrects the flaw in this song,
    by playing / preaching the correction from his voice, instrument of praise.

    then even Customers in the music store, on looking,
    by standers who are listening too.

    Then the flaw of Faith being played is corrected,

    so all who are listening, the church also playing with him in the correction,

    and thus all are singing, rejoicing together,
    because now they truly can say, Faith is the Victory !!

    Overcomers all together, and their rejoicing and singing brighten up all the darkness all around them.

    Praise the Lord ... Amen