Do Dreams of Death or Water Mean
Someone is Going to Die?
"Hi, I am going through a tough time. I was recently diagnosed with a pulmonary embolism in my lung and pericardial effusion water around my heart; I don't sleep well, and I am anxious.
I dreamed of my dead godmother last night, and in my dream, I cried. I was so sad in my dream, and also, my mom just the other day had a dream of my dead grandmother (my dad's mom).
My mom believes when we dream of the dead and or moving water, it is bad news or someone is going to die.
I would like to know what you think?"
I am so sorry you are having such difficulties. Jesus loves you very much; We will pray for your healing.
About Dreams of death:
Having a dream about death does not necessarily mean someone is going to die. It can have many other meanings.
Perhaps the overall biblical interpretation for dreams of death would be termination, but not necessarily death. It could also mean repentance, loss; sorrow; failure; separation; the end of a relationship. etc..
Even problems can cause dreams. When life isn't going well, we sometimes have bad dreams.
About Dreams of water:
Dreams of dirty water, leaky roofs, or of troubled water, etc. may speak of future problems.
But when the Bible is speaking of water, it is most often referring to "spirit" (the Spirit of God, the spirit of mankind, etc.)
Running water can have many beautiful meanings, such as cleansing, purifying, and the Holy Spirit.
In the Bible, a water fountain can mean Spirit, the spirit of man, Holy Spirit, or Salvation.
From the story of the woman at the well:
Speaking to the woman, Jesus said, "If you knew the gift of God and who it is that asks you for a drink, you would have asked him, and he would have given you living water."
"...Everyone who drinks this water will be thirsty again, but whoever drinks the water I give them will never thirst. Indeed, the water I give them will become in them a spring of water welling up to eternal life" (John 4:10,13-14).
With all due respect and love, I would not be overly concerned with interpretations. Rather, I believe you should pray and place your faith in God and His healing power and ask others to pray for you.
Below is some information that has helped others through their healing crises.
Above all, I believe God is saying to you, "I am here, and I love you."
I hope you can visit often, and we will be praying for you.