Does It Count?

If you visit with someone in your dream and it is so real that you see, smell, feel, hear and sense everything as if you were awake, does that count as visiting with them?

I’m not talking about outlandish, sci-fi, or other world experiences. I mean with people. Often I’ll meet someone and we hit it off like old friends. After a few quick comments, we begin to share testimonies in a natural flow of conversation. I always believe the Holy Spirit brings believers together.

If we can sense those transcendental connections in person, why couldn’t we experience in the subconscious or dream state?

Does It Count?

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  1. I hope not Chief. As a 22 year recovering drunk, if my drinking dreams counted, you’d best lock me up now. They’re few and far between anymore, but I still have them.

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