Jeremiah 23:28 says “Let the prophet who has a dream recount the dream the way he saw it, and then speak it clearly…” We all dream. Some of our dreams are bland. Some are scary and frightening, playing out like psychological thrillers. Some are colorful and lively, while others are adventurous and exciting and lack […]
Jeremiah 23:28 says “Let the prophet who has a dream recount the dream the way he saw it, and then speak it clearly…”
We all dream. Some of our dreams are bland. Some are scary and frightening, playing out like psychological thrillers. Some are colorful and lively, while others are adventurous and exciting and lack any meaning at all.
Then there are some dreams that are considered prophetic in context, meaning they tell a story by offering some sort of clue, insight or meaning to something that has been puzzling in nature, society or even in one’s personal life.
Since I was a child, I would have the most fascinating dreams, like the one time I dreamt one of my family members was very envious of me. That dream proved to be true. Throughout my life, I must have had a thousand dreams that either had some significant meaning for me or for someone else. And when I would share them with the individual, in most cases there was a confirmation of truth, or in time I would see the truth of that dream.
This past June, I awakened from a deep sleep, vividly recalling the scenes from the dream that held me captive during the night. In the dream I could hear a voice beaming from the brightest light I had ever seen! And from the light I could hear these startling words… “Bill Cosby is Innocent!”
The women are being used as pawns by others who are paying them to attack his character. Most of these women are in need of financial gain and are using their consensual, agreed-upon encounter with him in past times to gain money.
The voice in the dream continued, “I am with Bill Cosby. There are adversarial forces coming against him because he has supported education and taken care of my children. He has made many colleges wealthy. And because he is a big giver, I will be with him. This is a very evil plot.”
Totally amazed, I asked myself why did I have this dream and what was I supposed to do with it. I shared it with family and friends and decided to send the dream message to his female attorney in Washington D.C. I did not receive a reply.
However, in December of 2015, I saw a brief news flash say “Bill Cosby’s attorney files charges against several women claiming they are lying for financial gain.”
Is this coincidental or will this be another dream with true facts? We will see.
Dr. Naves is a multi award-winning youth and social advocate, national and international humanitarian, ordain theologian, author, educator, speaker and founder of Speak For Him-Faith Nation Association.