Lion and lamb

Lion and lamb




I dreamed and at the same time I felt the spirit of God, that there was a lion 🦁 with authority and glory and behind the lion, a lamb 🐑. learning to walk and I could feel the spirit of God.


Hello Jesus,

Your dream is a painting rich in deep spiritual symbols.

The lion walking with authority and glory, followed by a lamb learning to walk, evokes powerful images of strength and innocence.

In many traditions, the lion is seen as a symbol of strength, courage and royalty, while the lamb represents innocence, purity and often, in the Christian context, sacrifice.

This juxtaposition in your dream could illustrate the balance between power and gentleness, authority and vulnerability, perhaps reflecting your own search for balance in life or in your spirituality.

Feeling the spirit of God during this dream underlines a moment of deep spiritual connection, suggesting that you may be seeking divine guidance or comfort in your waking life.

The joint presence of lion and lamb, guiding and learning together, could also symbolize the union of opposites, the harmony of powerful forces with the simplicity and purity of spirit.

This dream invites you to reflect on the aspects of your life where you can embody both the strength of the lion and the gentleness of the lamb.

It encourages you to seek a path that integrates courage, determination and power with kindness, empathy and vulnerability.

In your spiritual journey, these qualities can guide you toward a deeper understanding of your faith and how you can serve others around you.

Consider this dream as a message from your subconscious or perhaps even divine guidance, reminding you that in the balance of opposing forces lies a path to a richer, more fulfilling spirituality.

It's an invitation to explore your own heart and mind more deeply, to discover how you can live with authority and glory while remaining humble and open to learning and growth.

Sincerely yours,

William William



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