Dream

What My Dream Taught Me About Getting Angry

And how I need to try to live each day a little more like Christ

Kimberley Payne
Aug 13 · 3 min read
Photo by Dale Forbes via pixabay

I’m a dreamer

Every night, I tend to have a least one dream and more often than not I remember them upon waking.


The setting of this dream was late at night

With no moon to illuminate the snow, the only source of light came from a snowplow’s headlights. Its diesel engine woke me from my slumber and I looked out my window to watch the truck move snow through the parking lot and up the banks.

I ranted and I raved to anyone who would listen.

I complained and I cursed to all of my neighbours.

But it did no good.

To my surprise, she placed one hand on my shoulder and asked if we could pray about it.

She knew that it could be best resolved when we invited God to be involved. I hung my head in shame, realizing that I had blown an opportunity to act like a true Christian and display Christ in me to all my neighbours.



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Stories by Christian writers to encourage, entertain, and empower you in your faith, food, fitness, family, friendship, and fun.

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