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Understanding Dreams and Visions Course


Written by John Paul Jackson

Taught by Paul Cheatham


Does God speak through dreams? Why would He use such a mysterious form of communication? 

What does that mean to you? 

This course, developed by John Paul Jackson from more than 30 years of experience and study,

has transformed many lives. Come and discover how God uses these messages from eternity to

answer questions like: 

What does God want to do in this situation in my family, my job, my church, or my nation? 
What does God think about me? 
Are all dreams from God? 
Are there supernatural encounters that happen in dreams? 
The prophecy in Joel 2 reveals that God will speak through dreams. It’s assumed that we would know it’s Him speaking, but we don’t. This course will equip you to not only hear Him speak this way but also understand what He is saying. You will learn to discover the dream vocabulary God uses and how to receive and remember your dreams. You will learn the difference between a Biblical, God-inspired interpretive method and the popular secular methods that shroud the dream instead of revealing it. 

This course puts foundational interpretive tools in your hands that you can use for years to come. 

What if God gave you the answer to the question you have been asking last night? 

Syllabus includes 
Introduction to Visions 
Biblical Terminology for Dreams and Visions 
History of Dreams from God 
Dreams: God's Night Parables 
Basic Types and Symbols 
Intuitive Dream Recording 
Basic Interpretation Skills 
Dream Functions 
20 Categories of Dreams 
Spectrums of Light 
Parabolic Principles in Dreams 
Elements of Dreams 
Colors in Dreams 
Five Ways of Recording Dreams 
How to Remember Your Dreams 
Developing Your Dream Vocabulary


What You Need to Bring:

  • Bible

  • Pen

  • An appetite to learn

Course Schedule:

The normal course schedule will be:

Thursday 6:15 pm registration opens

Thursday 7:00–9:30pm

Friday 9:30am–12:30pm, 2:00–5:00pm, and 7–9:30pm

Saturday 9:30am–12:30pm, 2:00–5:00pm, and 7–9:30pm

Course schedule subject to change.

$99 early registration





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