Triathlon Dream, Dec. 16, 2014

I had a dream last night that I want to share. In my dream I was running the last leg of a triathlon, but as each competitor came out of the water there were no shoes for anyone to wear. I was hobbling through an outdoor mall. All the runners were in pain as their feet hurt from the lack of shoes. I sensed that I was hobbling because I saw others hobbling, but I didn’t really have any pain. The mall was dark, but I knew I would soon exit it into an outdoor area, which was beyond my field of vision. I noticed a shoe store to my right with the logos of well-known athletic shoes displayed. I darted in there knowing I could buy some shoes and quickly resume the race and run much better. I saw several salesmen laughing by themselves in the corner. I rushed up to them asking to buy some shoes in a hurry so I could resume the race. The surprised salesman just bashfully pointed to some socks that were too small to fit anyway. I quickly discerned that I would not get the proper help here. I woke up just as I was about to join the race again.

I asked the Lord what he was trying to tell me. I feel that I cannot put my trust in man in any way. It’s not going to be easy, but it will be glorious.

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1 Response to Triathlon Dream, Dec. 16, 2014

  1. MRR says:

    It seems like you are saying that many of our dreams are significant but most of us dont take them to the Lord. I had a dream 2 weeks ago that I was running down a steep cliff in a storm at dusk… it was high up on a mountain and I was coming down and could see the drop off below. There was a town down there and it was so far away because I was so high up. I was running and slipped over the edge. I pawed at the grass and cliff stones as my feet dangled out below me. Someone reached down and took me by my right forearm just as I thought I could not hold on any longer.

    I forgot the dream until I woke up and was on my early morning walk with my dog. It came bouncing back into my head in technicolor. This is when I know the dream has significance.

    I should probably ask the Lord who it was in the dream that saved me. But I kind of know the answer. Is it wrong to assume without prayer? [Often we find after praying that our assumptions were incorrect, but not always. PR]


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