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Dreams and visions

Commentary
Ever since Freud, dreams have taken on new, but very important functions. There was a time when dreams and visions were a means of learning truth that transcends the reaches of ordinary human capacities. Now, however, dreams are most often understood as a source of knowledge about ourselves, and supremely of our deeper and subconscious recesses. Still, dreams remain a debated subject even among psychologists. Just think of the differences between Freud and Jung on dreams.
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Pastor Moen scooted aside his computer keyboard and grabbed a pencil. What he was going to write needed careful attention to every word, to the point of feeling what he wrote. He resolved to represent Jesus Christ and not to allow his negative feelings to overwhelm God’s grace. After a gaze at the ceiling with one last sigh of prayer, he began:

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Good morning children of God,

I call you children of God because that is what you are. And we are going to talk about that in a minute. But first I am so glad you are here today. How are you? (children answer)

I’m going to tell you a made-up story, like Jesus did when he told parables.

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On one occasion when Jesus was going to the house of a leader of the Pharisees to eat a meal on the sabbath, they were watching him closely.

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