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  • So he armed them not with the sword or shield but with the certainty that comes from noble words. Then he made them all full of joy by telling them what he saw in a true dream. (2 Maccabees 15, 11)

  • for their hearts dream only of violence and their lips speak nothing but evil. (Proverbs 24, 2)

  • The hordes of all nations that fight against Ariel, that attack and besiege her fortress, will vanish like a dream, like a vision in the night. (Isaiah 29, 7)

  • I have listened and heard the lies that the prophets have proclaimed in my name. All said: 'I had a dream! I had a dream!' (Jeremiah 23, 25)

  • The prophet who has a dream prophesies a dream, whereas the one who receives my word proclaims the word of truth. What have straw and wheat in common? (Jeremiah 23, 28)

  • I will put an end to your shameful behavior and your harlotry dating from your time in Egypt; you will not look towards them again and will no longer dream of Egypt. Thus says (Ezekiel 23, 27)

  • the king said, "I had a terrible dream and I want to know its meaning." (Daniel 2, 3)

  • The Chaldeans answered in Aramaic, "Live forever, O King! Tell your servants the dream, and we will give you its meaning." (Daniel 2, 4)

  • But the king replied, "You have to tell me the dream and interpret it, too. That is my decision. If you won't do it, I will have you cut into pieces and your houses razed to the ground. (Daniel 2, 5)

  • But if you can tell me the dream and its meaning, I will give you presents and reward you with great honor." (Daniel 2, 6)

  • They insisted, "Let the king tell us his dream and we will explain what it means." (Daniel 2, 7)

  • that if you do not tell me my dream there is only one sentence for you. You have conspired to mislead me with a deceitful interpretation, hoping that times will change. But if you can show me that you have the ability to know what my dream was, I can be sure that you also have the power to understand its meaning." (Daniel 2, 9)


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