Seeing Isa Al-Masih and the Cross in a Dream and Their Meaning

Seeing Al-Masih (His peace be upon us) in a dream is a sign of good news of redemption from worries, ills, and diseases.

If a person sees in his dream the birth of Isa Al-Masih (His peace be upon us), then, with God’s permission, he preaches good news or a happy event. (Peace be upon us). As for the one who sees Christ (peace be upon us) with His twelve disciples, he is blessed with good companionship or fellowship, and this is also an invitation to be a disciple and live your life as they have lived. So, the vision of Isa Al-Masih (peace be upon us) foretells safety, tranquility and lasting peace.

A person who, in a dream, sees Isa Al-Masih (peace be upon us) wipe his head or body with oil or water will be healed if he is sick and unbound if he is a prisoner. If a woman is pregnant and sees in her dream Isa Al-Masih (peace be upon us) wipe her head with His hands, then it may witness that the birth will be easy, without fatigue, pain, or hardship, and it is an invitation to dedicate this child to Him.

Whoever sees Isa Al-Masih (His peace be upon us) as returned or resurrected, and if he is an expatriate or traveling, he will return to his family and home. It is the most important proof of the triumph of Isa Al-Masih (His peace be upon us) over death, and His promise to take us to the heavenly homeland of Paradise.

If someone hopes in his heart and sees Isa Al-Masih (peace be upon us) in his dream, before him, sitting with him, or speaking to him, then that wish is fulfilled and an expression of true love.

Whoever sees Isa Al-Masih (peace be upon us) in a dream, then this is a sign of his sincerity and generosity. If Isa (His peace be upon us) uttered something, He would speak the truth because Isa (peace be upon us) is the Word of God.

Whoever Isa Al-Masih (peace be upon us) enters his/her home in a dream, settles in this place safety, stability, and with blessings. And whoever sees Isa Al-Masih (peace be upon us) eat from his/her bread, he/she will have sufficient provision throughout his life, and it has been said in some places who eat with Isa (peace be upon us) in one dish, he/she will know poverty and never be in want.

Also, seeing Isa Al-Masih (peace be upon us) in a dream indicates the promise that is fulfilled: whoever sees Him on the cross escapes his anguish and receives evidence of His pure love and deliverance from death and sin.

The cross in a dream symbolizes the compassionate character in general. It also indicates avoiding dangers, vice, or passions, for you are crucifying the desires, passions, and vices of your life. If you see in your dreams that you are wearing a cross on your chest, it indicates your sincerity, dedication, and willingness to sacrifice for the sake of others (loved ones, friends, and close ones).

The cross in a dream announces the dawn of a new life full of grace and truth. If you see a person in a dream presenting a necklace with a cross with you, that is a sign that indicates the end of your problems and the end of obstacles that you faced in life. As for the one who sees himself in a dream as being crucified or tormented on the cross, s/he may face in life situations that require sacrifice or have a distinguished role in society, and s/he may follow in his/her life the path of the reformers.

  1. In my dream I saw a man in white robe giving me a bible, he told me read it and you will find the straight path you are looking for. Then I woke up. I was shocked, I am a faithful Muslim. What does this mean?

  2. I had a dream in which I saw a man in a white rope shining like the sun sitting on throne on a cloud, he called me to come close to him, then handed me a cross, and there where scars in his hands. I asked why? He said you need to believe, then I woke up. I am still shocked, I felt peace in his presence. What does this mean?

    1. Thank you Sam for sharing your dream. In your dream, the Man in white is confirming to you that the Bible has not been corrupted. This is a direct answer from Allah to your doubt. Isa Al-Masih (His peace be upon us) said in the Injil, Mark 13:31, “Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will never pass away.” Psalm 119:105 says, “Your word is a lamp for my feet, a light on my path.”
      We encourage you to keep reading and searching. We are pleased to answer any more questions you may have.

  3. I have been facing some difficulties in my life as I moved from my country and moved to live here. I have been depressed and in a bad shape, I lost everything in my life, there were no hope, so I was angry toward God. Yesterday I saw in my dream a man in white visiting me asking me to trust him and all things will be alright, he handed me a cross and told me my peace I give you. He was so calm and I felt so happy and peaceful. I asked who are you, he said “I am the princess of peace”, then disappeared.
    I know that God visited me in my dream, but why the cross? Thank you.

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