" En songe, Allah te les avait montrés peu nombreux ! Car s'Il te les avait montrés nombreux, vous auriez certainement fléchi, et vous vous seriez certainement disputés à propos de l'affaire. Mais Allah vous en a préservés. Il connaît le contenu des coeurs." (Al Anfal 8: 43)

Il a été rapporté qu'Abi Sa'id Al Khudari a dit que le Prophète a dit: "Si l'un de vous a un rêve que vous aimez, ce sera de Dieu et vous devriez Le remercier pour cela et le dire aux autres; mais s'il y a quelque chose que vous n'aimez pas, alors cela vient de Satan et vous devez chercher refuge en Dieu. Il ne devrait parler à personne du rêve, de peur qu'il ne lui fasse du mal." (Mokhtaser Sahih Al-Bukhari's, Livre de l'interprétation des rêves, p. 1165)

Examinons d'abord les significations.
Le rêve: "Une séquence de sensations, d'images, de pensées, etc. qui passent dans l'esprit d'une personne endormie." (Dictionnaire Webster's New World)
La vision: "Quelque chose qui est censé être vu autrement que par la vue normale; quelque chose perçu dans un rêve, une transe, etc. ou révélé de façon surnaturelle, comme à un prophète." (Dictionnaire Webster's New World)

Il y a 106 références liées aux rêves et aux visions dans la Sainte Bible. Le prophète Daniel et l'apôtre Paul ont le plus: Le prophète Daniel a 26 et l'apôtre Paul a 6.

"Il arrivera dans les derniers jours d'Israël, dit Dieu, que je verserai de mon Esprit sur toute chair, vos fils et vos filles prophétiseront; vos jeunes gens auront des visions, et vos vieillards auront des songes. Et certes, dans ces jours-là, je verserai de mon Esprit sur mes serviteurs et sur mes servantes, et ils prophétiseront." (Le Saint Injil, Actes 2: 17, 18).

Allah utilise des rêves et des visions pour instruire. A travers nos rêves, Allah nous informe de nos fautes, de nos mauvaises directions et nous enseigne sur la façon dont nous devons avancer, "Dieu parle cependant une fois, deux fois, mais on n'y prend pas garde; en songe, par des visions nocturnes, quand le sommeil tombe sur les humains, pendant qu'ils dorment sur leur couche; alors il ouvre l'oreille de l'homme, et il met le sceau sur ses réprimandes, afin de détourner l'homme de son oeuvre, et d'éloigner de lui l'orgueil, afin de préserver son âme de la fosse, et sa vie de l'épée" (Le Torah, Job 33: 14 - 18).

Ainsi, selon les versets ci-dessus, Allah se communique a travers des rêves pour :

1. Aider les gens à rejeter ce qui ne va pas

  • Le rêve du roi Abimélek (Gen 20: 1-7)
  • La vision de Saul (Actes 9: 1-9)
  • Laban, averti de ne pas faire de mal à Jacob (Gen 31: 29)

2. Empêcher les gens d'être orgueilleux

  • Le rêve de Nabuchodonosor (Dan 4: 10-18)

3. Orienter les gens dans la bonne direction

  • Les deux rêves ont été donnés à Corneille & Pierre (Actes 10: 1-8)

4. Empêcher les gens de la mort

  • Le rêve du Pharaon sur la famine à venir (Gen 41: 14-24)
  • Le rêve des Mages et de Joseph qui a sauvé la vie de Jésus (Mt 2: 1-18)

Allah utilise nos rêves pour briser les murs de résistance qui naissent de notre ignorance. Les rêves qu'Allah envoie vont directement au fond du problème et nous permettent de voir clairement Sa vérité. C'est une grande opportunité d'écouter et de voir Allah d'une toute nouvelle manière.

Tous les rêves ne viennent pas de Dieu. Les rêves peuvent avoir 3 sources : (1) de Dieu, (2) de causes naturelles, et (3) de Satan. Un rêve peut venir de Dieu s'il ne contredit pas les Saintes Écritures.

Allah parle aujourd'hui à travers des rêves et des visions. Lorsque nous comprenons les véritables interprétations de ces rêves, nous pouvons vivre selon Son dessein. Il se peut qu'Il vous parle en ce moment même. Quelle est votre réponse ? Il est très important de chercher à comprendre la nature et le but de votre rêve. Nous nous engageons à vous aider à comprendre le ou les rêves que Dieu vous a donnés.

Le Coran parle des rêves :

  • Coran 8: 43
  • Coran 12: 4-6, 36-37, 43-46, 100-101
  • Coran 17: 60
  • Coran 37: 102-105

L'Ancien Testament parle des rêves :

  • Genèse 20: 3
  • Genèse 28: 11-22
  • Genèse 31: 10-13
  • Genèse 37: 1-10
  • Genèse 40: 9-19
  • Genèse 41
  • Juges 7: 13-15
  • 1 Rois 3: 5-15
  • Daniel 2
  • Daniel 4
  • Daniel 7

Le Nouveau Testament parle des rêves :

  • Matthieu 1: 18-2:23
  • Matthieu 27: 19
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  5. In my dream I saw a white man talking to me and pointing to something behind me. I turned my head to see what he was pointing to, and I saw a man in white sitting on a throne. His face was shining like the sun. He told me, “Don’t be afraid. Be ready, I am coming soon.” Then I woke up.

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  6. I saw myself praying in an isolated quiet area. Then I started thinking why I’m doing it. Immediately, a light came down in the shape of a man, slowly walking on the clouds, and reached out to me by extending his hand. I saw a scar on it. He told me, “You need to worship me.” I wanted to ask him who he was, but I couldn’t. Then I woke up feeling so happy and peaceful. Is that Prophet Isa (Alyhi alsalam)?

    1. Faisal, thank you for writing to us and sharing your dream. Yes, in your dream you saw a vision of Isa Al-Masih (His peace be upon us). The identifying mark of the scarred hand is unmistakable. So Isa Al-Masih (His peace be upon us), is giving you a direct command to worship Him. We encourage you to learn more about Him by reading and studying the Injil. Please don’t hesitate to communicate with us if you have any more questions. We are here to help you.

  7. Asallamu alaykum, I dreamt seeing the clouds move with a storm. Then I saw two arms open and the word amen in Arabic appeared. Then a man in white appeared and touched me with his hands on my head and proclaimed blessing and mercy upon me. He had light all over him. I was very happy, then I woke up. I was filled with peace and joy by this dream. What is the meaning of this dream? Thank you.

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      Sura 19:21 tells us that Isa Al-Masih is a mercy from Allah. And in verse 31 we see that He is a blessing wherever He is.
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  9. I had a dream I was standing on front of a cloud like a ship on it a man in white stretching his hands out to me, he was smiling, and light was all over him. I was so happy he invited me to the ship, and he said I am the straight path you’re asking for. Then I woke up. What does this mean?

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