Dreams and Meanings

Thank you and welcome to a site dedicated to teachings, information, and resources about Isa Al-Masih. Maybe you have had a dream about Him and you want to learn more about Him. Maybe you are curious and have questions that have never been answered. Or maybe you stumbled upon this site for no apparent reason. Whatever the case, you have come to the right place. May Allah bless you on your journey to knowing Him and to knowing Isa Al-Masih.

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خەونەکان

“When Allah showed them to you in your dream as few; and if He had shown them to you as many, you [believers] would have lost courage and would have disputed in the matter [of whether to fight], but Allah saved [you from that]. Indeed, He is Knowing of that within the breasts.” (Al-Anfal 8: 43) “It was related that Abi Sa’id Al Khudari said that the prophet (ppuh) said: ‘If any one of you sees a dream that he […]

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کەی خەونێک لەلایەن خوداوە یه؟

Dreams as defined by Webster’s Dictionary: “A Dream is a series of thoughts, images or emotions occurring during sleep.” (Webster’s International Dictionary page 688) A wise person once explained the importance of dreams saying: “Dreams are the perfect way to hear from God. When you are dreaming, you are quiet, so you can’t ignore Him. Plus, you are not easily distracted.” Dreams are the chosen way in which God uses to show His will and purpose. If we dream every […]

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چۆن خەونێک چارەسەر بکەین؟

1- Weigh the dream. Who is speaking? What is the message? Does the dream reinforce God’s Word? Does the dream strengthen your faith in God? Does the dream increase and build your faith in God? 2- Pray. Pray that God will show you the source of the dream and what He intends to teach you through it. 3- Listen to God. Take a moment to hear the voice of the Holy Spirit. 4- Seek Godly counsel. Sharing dreams is normal, […]

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خەیاڵەکانی عیسا

The vision of Isa (His peace be upon us) in a dream is a vision of truth. Ibn Sirin tells us that the one who saw Isa (His peace be upon us) among the men in general is a man of good and benefit, and he is blessed and travels and moves a lot to do good and benefit others. For a single girl, the vision of Jesus (His peace be upon us) means that she will do good and […]

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ڕۆیا و خه یاڵ

The Qur’an says, “For them are good tidings in the worldly life and in the Hereafter. No change is there in the words of Allah. That is what is the great attainment.” (Yunus 10: 64) Many of the Mufasryn (Qur’an Commentators) said that the good tidings in the worldly life are dreams and visions. For example, In Kathir in his commentary said, “For them are good tidings in the worldly life and in the Hereafter. He said: ‘The good vision […]

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بینینی اڵڵە لە خەون و خەیاڵ دا

Is the vision of Allah Almighty true in dreams? In a Hadith Qudsy we read, “Narrated by Ibn Abbas from the Prophet that he said: ‘Tonight, my Lord, may God be blessed and exalted appeared to me in the best image …’” (Narrated by Imam Ahmad (16026) and Tirmidhi (3159). Al-Hafez said that the people of the scholars said that it is possible to see the Almighty in a dream, and His vision needed interpretation always. Al-Ghazali said, such as […]

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ئایا خوا لەڕێگەی خەونەکانەوە قسەدەکات

There are many hadiths about dreams as well as the well-known story of the Prophet Yusuf in the Qur’an. “A good dream (that comes true) of a righteous man is one of forty-six parts of prophethood.” (Sahih al-Bukhari), another Hadith says, “A true good dream is from Allah, and a bad dream is from Satan.” (Bukhari). There are 3 kinds of dreams in Islam: “Dreams are of three types: a dream from Allah, a dream which causes distress and which […]

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جۆره کانی رۆیا

Many people say that dreams are from Allah. Others say that dreams are from Satan. On the other hand, some say that visions are from Allah and dreams from Satan. Is that true? “Dreams are of three types: a dream from Allah, a dream which causes distress and which comes from the Satan, and a dream which comes from what a person thinks about when he is awake, and he sees it when he is asleep.” (Al-Bukhaari; Muslim). 1. Truthful […]

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تێگه یشتن له الله له ڕێگای رۆیاوه

There are three sources of thoughts in our heads – ourselves, Allah and the enemy, so as dreams. Dreams from the enemy bring fear, are often dark, hopeless, and full of temptation; nightmares are obvious examples. Allah may show or tell you about negative things that are going to happen, but there has always been a message of hope within the dream. Allah never adds fear to your life; He always reduces it. You might see a dream that shows […]

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ئایا بینینی خوا لەخەودا ئیزنی پێدراوژ؟

Many Islamic scholars have said that it is impossible to receive a vision of God in this world while awake, based on the story of the prophet Moses. “And when Moses arrived at Our appointed time and his Lord spoke to him, he said, ‘My Lord, show me [Yourself] that I may look at You.’ [Allah] said, ‘You will not see Me, but look at the mountain; if it should remain in place, then you will see Me.’ But when […]

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ئەمڕۆ الله لە ڕێگەی خەون و خەیاڵەوە لەگەڵمان دەدوێ

The Bible tells us, “And it shall come to pass afterward, that I will pour out my Spirit on all flesh; your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, your old men shall dream dreams, and your young men shall see visions” (Joel 2:28). Allah Uses dreams to search our hearts and help others: sometimes our dreams challenge us about things in our heart that we leave unattended. Allah uses dreams to open our ears: We are not always open to […]

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بینینی عیسا مەسیح و خاچ لە خەون و ماناکانیاندا

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. As for the one who sees Christ (His peace be upon us) with His twelve disciples, he is blessed with good companionship or fellowship, and this is also […]

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بینینی ئینجیل لە خەونێکدا

In the book Perfuming the Sleep in the Expression of a Dream, Nabulsi said, “Whoever is a Muslim and sees that he has the Book of the Injil will be devoted to worship and asceticism, and perhaps the Injil denotes isolation. If the seer has influence or strength, then his/her vision or dream expresses oppression of enemies or the prevention of grievances.” Seeing the Injil symbolizes fulfilling a human message or responsibility. These tasks may be arduous because the Injil […]

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Exploring Dreams in the Qur’an

Dreams offer valuable insights. Here are a few examples of dreams mentioned in the Quran and their interpretations. Prophet Yusuf’s dreams (Surat Yusuf 12): Prophet Yusuf had two dreams in which he saw the sun, the moon, and eleven stars prostrating before him. These dreams were divine messages from Allah, foretelling Prophet Yusuf’s future leadership and the reverence his family would have for him. Prophet Ibrahim’s dream (Surat Al-Saffat 37): Prophet Ibrahim had a dream in which he saw himself […]

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Seeing the Man in White

Dreams have always held a special place in human culture, often viewed as windows into the subconscious mind, reflections of our fears and desires, or sometimes, divine messages. Among the countless dream experiences people have had throughout history, a recurring theme stands out: the appearance of a man in white. For many, encountering a man in white in their dreams often represents a deeply spiritual and transformative experience. In this article, we will explore the significance and meaning of dreams […]

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چیرۆکە ڕاستەقینه‌کان

Muna’s Story

I grew up in a Muslim home in a highly populated Arab/Muslim area in the United States. I would not characterize my upbringing as an extremely religious environment, however, the Muslim tenets were highly important at home and were to be abided unequivocally. I recall looking forward to Ramadan every year, and waiting for the annual Ramadan grocery store trip when my parents would stock up on what looked to my young self as enough groceries for a year. I […]

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چیرۆکی عابد مەسیح

I was born and raised in the heart of the Middle East. I was raised believing that there was no God, but in my teens I became a fervent Muslim. I was taught to hate Christians and the Christ they believe in. I was taught that these infidels were unclean and believe in lies. I even reached the point that I hated everyone, including my own family, who did not follow the Straight Path, the true religion of God. During […]

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چیرۆکی نەبیلە

I was living in darkness. I didn’t know which way to turn. I was lost. Every night I went to bed confused and cried myself to sleep. I live in the North-African Maghreb region in a strict Muslim country where Christianity is practically unknown. When my parents divorced, my mother became friends with Christian missionaries, and they began studying the Bible with her and myself. When my Muslim father found out, he took me away from my mother to live […]

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چیرۆکی فاتمە

My name is Fatima, and I am 21 years old. I grew up in Jerusalem in an educated family that values Islam and perform its obligatory duties, such as praying and fasting. I practiced my religion fanatically, refusing even to speak with non-Muslims. After graduating from high school at age 18, I was excited as I began attending university. One day when I was at work, someone told me about his dream of Isa Al-Masih and that he had converted […]

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چیرۆکی ڕوث

I am Ruth and I come from the land where My Master Jesus Christ walked. I come from an educated family that values Islam and perform its obligatory duties, such as praying and fasting. I grown up hating Christians whom I believed worship three gods. But Jesus appeared to me in a dreams that changed the whole of my life. I want to tell you that our God is the God of miracles. I know for sure that this is […]

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چیرۆکی سه حه ر

My name is Sahar; I was born and raised in Iran. I come from an educated and religious family, that value and perform the Islamic duties. One day my father came home from work, sits in the living room and waits for dinner. When my mom called him, she notices that he is motionless. My mom called the neighbors and friends for help, and then he was taken to the hospital. All our resources available were used, but nothing has […]

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چیرۆکی جەمشید

My name is Jamshid, and I am from Afghanistan. I was born and raised in a very religious family; this is what many families in my country are doing. Because of poverty, I could not complete my studies. From an early age, like many children in Afghanistan, I started working to help my family. Like many young Afghans, I got married when I was 19 years old. After a short period of time God blessed us with the birth of […]

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چیرۆکی عەبدولڵا

My name is Abdallah, I am a Palestinian living in Jordan. My family is one of the leading families in a refugee camps in Amman. My father is one of the very will know leaders in Palestine cause. One of the fanatic leaders in our community. I was raised to hate Jews and Christian for they have taken my land and I end up a refugee. One day I was surfing my Facebook page, I saw one of my friends […]

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چیرۆکی ئه حمه د

My name is Ahmad, and I am a Shiite from Iraq. I left my country because of the war and embargo during Saddam Hussein’s regime. I could not go back because I would be killed by the regime. I lost all of my family members to war. My brothers were killed in the Iraq-Iran war, and my parents during the second Iraq war in 2003. I have lived in Jordan for the past 25 years. One day I was walking […]

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چیرۆکی عەلی

My name is Ali, and I am 20 years old. I grew up in Pakistan in a family that values Islam and performs its obligatory duties, such as praying five times a day, working in da’wa, fasting, taking care of the poor, paying Zakat, etc. I practiced my religion fanatically, refusing even to speak with non-Muslims, for they were infidels, and I didn’t want to lose my eternal life for associating with them. I had two dreams in which I […]

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چیرۆکی کازم

My name is Kazim, and I come from an Iraqi Shiite family. I was tired of the war that has eaten up my county. I saw my people killed every day because of the hatred between Shiite and Sunni Muslims. Life was miserable. I was afraid that I would be killed by a suicide bomber. Why do we not live in peace together? I wondered. We are all Muslims. Don’t we share the same beliefs, the same Qur’an, and follow […]

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چیرۆکی مستەفا

My name is Mustafa. I come from the Middle East, but I am now living in the U.S. I got married here to a Christian woman. We were living happily, and I developed a good relationship with dedicated Christians. Then I suddenly lost my wife to a stroke. Our friends came to share in my grief. I felt powerless and wondered if there was any sort of prayer that would have kept her alive, anything that could tap into the […]

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چیرۆکی حوسێن

My name is Hussain, and I am a refugee from the Middle East. I left my country because of war, and I have lost many family members and close friends. I cannot go back because I would either be killed by the regime or the fanatic groups in my country.  One day I searched the internet for meaning to my dreams and to understand why there was so much conflict and confusion. I was struggling. Why did I have to […]

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چیرۆکی نەسرین

My name is Nasrin. I am from Iran and have a Kurdish background. I was raised to be faithful to my Muslim religious heritage and perform its obligatory duties, such as praying, fasting and paying zakat and hajj. My husband and I were living a good life. My husband had a company and two partners. Unfortunately, one of the partners used to write checks without having enough money in the bank account. That led to a lot of problems. About […]

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چیرۆکی زەینەب

My name is Zainab. I was born in Iran. While I was still young, my parents fled to another country. When I was seven years old, I had a dream. I dreamed that I was standing on a narrow pedestrian path on one side of a wide road. Standing a few feet in front of me was Jesus. He turned around and asked, “Do you want to follow me?” “Yes, I do,” I said. Asking again, He said, “Are you […]

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Maryam’s Story

I can still vividly recall the days when my father’s illness weighed heavily on my heart. It was a time of deep concern and worry. I would recite healing duas for him with unwavering faith, hoping for a miraculous recovery. But as the days turned into weeks and the weeks into months, my father’s condition remained unchanged. Doubt began to seep into my thoughts, and I found myself questioning why my prayers seemed to go unanswered. One evening, overwhelmed by […]

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Ibrahim’s Story

Allow me to introduce myself, and my name is Ibrahim. I am honored to be named after the esteemed father of faith, Prophet Ibrahim. Originally from Syria, I now live outside my homeland due to the ongoing conflict and war that has ravaged my beloved country. I want to share a dream I recently experienced and sincerely desire to share it with you. I experienced a profound and spiritual dream that filled my heart with awe and wonder. In the […]

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Farah’s Story

I have been suffering from a relentless sickness that seemed to have no end. Days turned into weeks and weeks into months, but my body refused to find respite from the pain and suffering. Doctors and medicines had little effect, leaving me feeling helpless and broken. In my darkest moments, I prayed fervently for healing and restoration. Last week, amidst my sickness, I experienced a dream so vivid it felt like reality. In this dream, I found myself standing in […]

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Bilal’s Story

As I walked along the wide road with other people, there was a sense of comfort in following the familiar path guided by the traditions of our fathers. We believed we were on the right track, heading towards a place of ultimate bliss. Little did we know that our journey was about to take an unexpected turn, challenging our beliefs and transforming our hearts forever. Suddenly, a figure appeared before us, emanating a radiant light and a profound sense of […]

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Rashid’s Story

I go by the name Rashid, coming from one of the world’s most devout Muslim nations. At the tender age of four, a dream unfolded before me in which I found myself walking through our huge garden. A stranger dressed in white stood among the fruit trees and showed a friendly feeling. Intrigued, I approached as he softly spoke. “Rashid, do you see these trees?” he asked. “Yes,” I replied, drawn nearer to the mysterious man. “Ever wondered where they […]

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