acidTo drink any acid is an adverse dream, bringing you much anxiety. For a woman to drink aciduous liquors, denotes that she may ensnare herself with compromising situations; even health may be involved. To see poisonous acids, some treachery against you may be discovered.
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godIntense enjoyment. Divine masculine. Creation. High ambitions. If you dream of seeing God, you will be domineered over by a tyrannical woman masquerading under the cloak of Christianity. No good accrues from this dream. If God speaks to you, beware that you do not fall into condemnation. Business of all sorts will take an unfavorable turn. It is the forerunner of the weakening of health and may mean early dissolution. If you dream of worshiping God, you will have cause to repent of an error of your own making. Look well to observing the ten commandments after this dream. To dream that God confers distinct favors upon you, you will become the favorite of a cautious and prominent person who will use his position to advance yours. To dream that God sends his spirit upon you, great changes in your beliefs will take place. Views concerning dogmatic Christianity should broaden after this dream, or you may be severely chastised for some indiscreet action which has brought shame upon you. God speaks oftener to those who transgress than those who do not. It is the genius of spiritual law or economy to reinstate the prodigal child by signs and visions. Elijah, Jonah, David, and Paul were brought to the altar of repentence through the vigilant energy of the hidden forces within.
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