I often ask people if they dream in Technicolor. So far, everyone has said “yes.” This amazes me because I can only recall dreaming in Technicolor once. The dream, which featured a sunset, lasted only a second.
I often dream in sepia or black and white. Sometimes an object is highlighted in red or green or some other color. It’s fair to say that I dream about color rather than in color.
What does the Bible have to say about the significance of color in dreams and/or visions? Daniel 2: 1-45 records King Nebuchadnezzar’s dream of an image with a head of gold, breasts and arms of silver, belly and thighs of brass, legs of iron, and feet and toes of iron mixed with clay. Each section represents a kingdom, beginning with Babylon (Nebuchadnezzar, the head of gold).
Colors can be symbolic as the Bible demonstrates. John Paul Jackson discusses the meaning of color in his 6-CD set “Understanding Dreams & Visions.” Even without additional helps, you can sometimes figure out what a color means within the context of your dream. Red, for example, can have a positive or a negative connotation.
- Giving God the Glory (dailybibleplan.com)
- I Blessed the Most High (thisonewillbeourpeace.wordpress.com)
- Daniel: A Dream to Remember (wheatsaltwineoil.wordpress.com)
- Dream of Revival (theonething1721.com)