Praying Concerning National Judgment (Part 2)

NOAA Lightning Strike 2Last time, we began talking about principles of intercession for times when judgment is imminent.

Our first three points were:
1.)  God gives revelation of coming judgment so that we will intercede for it not to happen.
2.)  We can intercede for judgment to be averted or minimized “for the sake of the righteous.”
3.)  Your individual prayers make a difference.

Here are two more principles:

4.)  It can be late in the game and look entirely hopeless, yet God can change everything overnight. Pray for miraculous intervention. Another story of deliverance which came because of intercession can be found in 2 Kings, 18 and 19, with parallel accounts in 2 Chronicles 32, and  Isaiah 36 and 37. The king of Assyria had conquered all the other nations around Judah. Furthermore, Hezekiah had gotten into the flesh, panicked, and tried to ally himself with Egypt for protection — which Isaiah had clearly warned him by the word of the Lord not to do (Isaiah 30 and 31). Egypt failed to help, and nearly all the cities of Judah had fallen into the Assyrians’ hands. Now Jerusalem itself was under siege.

It couldn’t have gotten much bleaker than this. The Assyrian king’s envoys taunted the people, “Don’t let Hezekiah deceive you into believing God will help you. God won’t deliver you! In fact, the LORD is backing me up. He’s the one who said to me, ‘Go up against this land, and destroy it!'” (2 Kings 18:25, 30, 32).

But Hezekiah still trusted God for deliverance. He humbled his heart, and as he and Isaiah interceded together, the Lord intervened in a way no one would have thought possible. He destroyed the Assyrian army overnight.

Although the intervention came suddenly, Jerusalem had been under siege for some time, possibly as long as two years (Isaiah 37:30). It was during this same time when Hezekiah became deathly ill.

When things go from bad to worse, don’t give up. Persist in prayer. Intercede for God’s miraculous intervention. Keep your eyes on the Lord as you pray. Eventually, God’s “suddenly” moment will arrive.

5.) We can repent on behalf of our nation and receive results. In Daniel 9, we have a model prayer for how to intercede on behalf of our country. Daniel set himself to intercede for Israel’s return to their homeland.

  • He used Scripture as his foundation (Jeremiah’s prophecy that the exile would be over in seventy years).
  • He fasted and humbled himself.
  • He reminded God of His mercy.
  • And he repented for the sins of his people.

Daniel was a righteous man, yet he prayed, “God forgive us. We have sinned.” He identified with the sin of the nation as a whole. When we pray about “their” sin, thinking in terms of the wickedness going on around us as something apart from ourselves, we tend to feel self-righteous, much as the Pharisee did in relation to the publican in Jesus’ parable found in Luke 18:9-14. When we identify with the collective sin of our country, however, we tend to have a great deal more compassion and unselfish fervency in prayer. An attitude of “we’re all in this together” builds a more effective prayer.

Next time, we’ll talk about specific ways we can pray for our nation and also some ways we should not pray.

Praying Concerning National Judgment (Part 1)



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Praying Concerning National Judgment (Part 1)

NOAA Lightning Strike 2I have run into people who say there is no hope for America. They are convinced that final judgment is upon us, and that there is no point in praying anymore for our country. I have even encountered a few who say that God Himself told them not to pray for America anymore. They are mistaken, since God is stirring up a whole army of prayer warriors on behalf of this nation, even in this late hour.

It seems that some are actually gleefully anticipating seeing judgment fall. This mystifies me. Do I need to state the obvious? We are all still here, folks! Do you want to personally experience what you are prophesying?

We can see that wickedness is snowballing all around us — and it deserves to be judged. Should we pray, then, for judgment to come — and hope it only falls on other people? Proverbs 17:5 says, “He who is glad at calamities shall not go unpunished.” Proverbs 24:17, 18 warns, “Do not rejoice when your enemy falls, and do not let your heart be glad when he stumbles, lest the LORD should see it, and it should displease him, so that He turns away His wrath from him.” Because God is righteous and just, He will eventually repay wickedness with its due reward. However, He does not permit us to gloat over the discomfiture of those we don’t like or agree with.

While the Church remains on earth, I believe we should continue to pray for delay,  turning back, and minimizing of judgment. Whatever your end-time beliefs are, we can probably agree that when the time of the Tribulation comes, we won’t be able to pray away any of the judgments which the Bible has foretold for that era. But since we are not there yet, let’s pray.

Here are some Bible principles for how we can intercede:

1.) God often gives revelation of coming judgment because He wants us to intercede for it not to happen. Amos 7:1-9 describes three visions given to Amos. Upon seeing the first two, Amos immediately prayed that the Lord would not send these catastrophes. The result in both cases was that the Lord changed His mind. “It shall not be,” said the Lord. In the third vision, the Lord told Amos, “I will not pass by them anymore.” So Amos refrained from interceding, because he understood the firm intent of the Lord.

Most of the time, when God shows us a coming judgment, it is for the purpose of inspiring us to pray against it. His heart’s desire is to release His mercy. He gives us the opportunity to pray in unity with His true intention, and thereby stop judgment from taking place.

There are times when our prayers cannot deter judgment — but before refusing to pray, we had better be sure it is really the Lord we are hearing, and not just our opinion, based on the events going on around us. We should also check to see what the Body of Christ as a whole is hearing on the matter.

2.)  We can intercede for judgment to be averted or minimized “for the sake of the righteous.” Abraham prayed for Sodom to be spared for the sake of the righteous who dwelt there (Genesis 18:16-33). “Abraham … said, ‘Will You destroy the righteous with the wicked? … Far be it from You to do such a thing, to treat the righteous in the same manner as the wicked! … Shall not the Judge of all the earth do what is right?” (vs. 23 and 25).

Perhaps all of Sodom would have been spared, if Abraham had continued pressing the point with the Lord. However, we do see that God delivered righteous Lot and his family. The angels urged Lot to hurry to escape, saying that they could not do anything until he had reached safety (Genesis 19:22).

I often pray that God would delay or minimize judgment upon our country for the sake of the righteous remnant who still live here.

3.)  Your individual prayers make a difference. Twice Moses stood alone between God and the total destruction of Israel, and his intercession prevailed to turn away God’s wrath (Exodus 32:9-14; Numbers 14:11-20). At still another time, Moses and Aaron together turned back destruction (Numbers 16:43-48). The Israelites were rebellious, not repentant, and yet God in His mercy listened to Moses’ prayer.

James 5:16 tells us, “The effectual, fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much.” And in Ezekiel 22:30 , God says, “I sought for a man among them, that would make up the hedge, and stand in the gap before Me for the land, so that I should not destroy it: but I found none.”

Notice that all God needed was one person to pray fervently, to save a nation. Don’t worry that there are too few of us praying. Each of us has greater power with God than we can imagine, if we will only diligently pray and believe. Truth be told, there are many, many people already praying throughout our nation, and the prayer army is growing by the day. Be encouraged!

Next time, we’ll look at a couple more principles of prayer for when judgment is imminent.

Praying Concerning National Judgment (Part 2)


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What About Coming National Judgment?

NOAA lightningWe live in shaky times. Wickedness abounds, hostility toward Christians is rapidly increasing, and many problems are afflicting our nation and world for which there do not seem to be solutions.

In the midst of this, some are calling loudly for judgment — and even seem to be enjoying the prospect of it coming. Who and what should we believe? How should we view what is happening around us? What should we do, and how should we pray in the middle of it? Or is it all going down, and there is no point in praying anymore?

I have not been on the Shemitah bandwagon. Most of you probably know what I am referring to. In case you don’t, a New York Times bestseller, The Mystery of the Shemitah, is at the center of it. The last day of the Shemitah year was Sunday, 9-13-15. Predictions were made of a total economic collapse, with a possible huge stock market crash on Friday, 9-11-15, or Monday, 9-14-15, the two closest business dates.

Along with the Shemitah, a lot of attention has been given to the four blood moons falling on Jewish feast days in 2014 and 2015. Three of those have occurred, with the final one coming 9-27/9-28. Although I acknowledge that  blood moons on the feast days might be an end-times sign, I have not been a fan of the blood moons emphasis either.

In addition, there have been many reports of visions and dreams of tsunamis devastating both the east and west coasts of America. When Greece defaulted on loans midsummer, a 1994 economic collapse prophecy by David Wilkerson briefly caused a lot of alarm. Over the last few months these things have been widely (and wildly) talked about among some Christians. Fear is a huge problem throughout the world, and clearly the Body of Christ is struggling with it, too. Unfortunately, some in Christian media are capitalizing on that fear through sensationalism.

How do we know whether these phenomena are worth being concerned about? Here is the process I slowly worked through in trying to discern the Shemitah, blood moons, and various prophecies:

1.)  I looked at whether the claims agreed with Scripture and whether Scripture was being correctly used in supporting them.  I felt that applying the Shemitah to America was not biblically correct. The seventh year of resting the land, canceling debts, and releasing indentured servants was meant exclusively for Israel. America is not a new Israel, bound by Old Testament law, although persuasive arguments were given to prove that it is. The Bible does not connect the Shemitah with economic collapse, either. I felt that Scripture had been taken out of context and misapplied.

The blood moons were said to be a fulfillment of prophecies in Joel 2:31 and Revelation 6:12, 13. It does not look to me as if the current blood moons fit the magnitude of what Joel and Revelation describe.

2.)  I researched whether historical facts supported the claims. If economic crashes (or at the very least, downturns) were part and parcel of Shemitah years, and if God was applying them to America, then going back through our nation’s history should have revealed negative economic events showing up every seven years. They did not. Downturns happened erratically, not consistently every seven years.

The timing of past historical events in relation to previous series of blood moons was initially reported inaccurately. The story started out that the blood moons appeared as omens before certain dramatic events connected with Israel had occurred. However, the blood moons actually came after the events had already happened.

3.)  I looked at whether numerous people from different streams of Christianity were saying the same things. Quite a few prophetic leaders were not on the Shemitah / blood moon / destruction of America bandwagon. For instance, I did not see Mike Bickle, James Goll, or Cindy Jacobs promoting them. Spirit-filled Reformed and Word of Faith friends were not hearing much about them in their circles, either.

Concerning the dreams and visions of tsunamis on the east and west coasts of America, the sheer number of the revelations, along with the credibility of some who had received them, indicated to me that the basic tsunami visions are genuine.

However, the interpretation and application has been generally poor. Too many have assumed that the timing for these calamities is now, which may not be the case. It is possible that people are seeing into things which will not happen until the Great Tribulation has begun. Some have urged believers to flee from the coasts immediately. However, God does not expect us to make drastic moves without a clear, personal word from Him. And, I don’t think it is completely clear whether the tsunamis are literal or symbolic representations. They could be both.

4.)  I listened to what the Lord was speaking (and not speaking) to me. I was hearing that there would be difficult times in 2015, but also that there was nothing to fear and that God would take care of His people. Whenever I asked Him about the predictions and prophecies concerning economic collapse, all I heard was that there was nothing to fear.

5.)  I asked, “What is the fruit of the Shemitah / blood moons / judgment disasters focus?”

  • Fear, which is not of God. “Men’s hearts failing them for fear” (Luke 21:26) and “fearful looking for judgment” (Hebrews 10:27) are not the heritage of the righteous, yet God’s people have been sucked into these very things. This is not good fruit.
  • Emphasis on money and the economic system, rather than dependence on God. I saw that most of us are not trusting in the Lord as our Source of all provision. I was troubled by what I discovered in my own heart and asked the Lord to help me do a better job of depending on Him for my needs to be met.
  • The distraction from Jesus, the gospel message, and intercession. Instead, the fascination has been with mystical, obscure signs, speculations, and distress over how to preserve our material goods. This, to me, is the most disturbing fruit of all.

I am not denying that we may have difficult days ahead. Our nation’s sins are a great concern. The shift away from allying ourselves with Israel is, too. Many aspects of current events are indeed troubling.

But I harbor hope and faith that if we persevere in prayer, God will even yet have mercy and set things right. I am still looking for a great harvest of souls in America before the end. My determination is to not give up, to not cave in to fear, and to not be distracted from the Lord and His purposes.

Next time: Ways we can pray in the midst of shaking

How to Minister in Prophetic Prayer

Lisa on the Telephone by TempusVolat via FlickrI often talk about prophetic intercession here at Out of the Fire.  Many of you may already pray prophetically on a regular basis without a second thought about it — but what about those who don’t know what prophetic prayer is or how to step into it? In this post, I’m going to share how I go about it.

I sometimes pray with people I don’t personally know, often by phone. The needs are usually serious, and most of the time, I initially feel overwhelmed. When we begin to pray, I don’t have the first idea in my natural thinking about where it’s supposed to go or how to get there. These are the steps I take to go from being clueless to praying by the understanding of the Holy Spirit. They are really quite simple, and I hope they will help you, if you are lacking confidence that you can pray prophetically. If I can do it, anybody can!

1.)  Once the person has stated her need, I silently ask the Lord for His assistance. This is quick — only a few seconds.

2.)  I often suggest that we begin prayer by praising the Lord together briefly. Extolling His goodness sets the right atmosphere for hearing the Holy Spirit. It also shifts the person for whom I am praying from thinking exclusively about the problem to putting her focus on the Lord and His unlimited ability to intervene with His answers. The amount of time we spend praising the Lord is usually brief — perhaps a minute or two. It varies.

3.)  I am quite likely to shift into praying  in tongues during this praise time, until the flow of the Spirit takes over. (I usually ask the person if she is familiar with praying in tongues, so that I don’t distract or unsettle her by praying that way if it is something she is not acquainted with. Occasionally, I have had to briefly explain what tongues is, but I have never had anyone get angry with me or forbid me to pray in my prayer language for her.)

4.)  While praising and praying in tongues, there comes a moment when I feel ready to step into praying in English. By this time, an idea may have formed in my mind for how to start, but often I still don’t have clear direction on how to pray. I simply expect the Lord to adjust my prayer as I go.

Sometimes people think they don’t have anything to begin with in prayer unless they have electric shocks going through their body, or they hear thunder, or they receive a whole outline or paragraph of how to pray. It doesn’t usually work that way with the Spirit. He might plant a single word in your mind to get you going, but often there is nothing more than a faint nudge that it’s time to begin. It is a step of faith to launch out with little or nothing to go on other than what the need is, but the Lord will be faithful to give you what to pray as you go along. This is what prophetic prayer is all about – going with the flow of the Spirit, riding on the gentle breezes He provides.

5.)  Once I have begun, whatever comes to mind is what I vocalize in prayer.  Sometimes thoughts come that I sense are not from myself and I just pray them. I find myself speaking things I hadn’t thought out first. A word or phrase seems persistent, and I pray it. Or I get a picture in my mind, and pray from that. I may not even be aware that I am praying things the Spirit is giving to me, but later on it is confirmed by the person I am praying with.

6.)  Occasionally, I stop to ask the person about what I am receiving: “I keep hearing the word ‘________,'” or, “I keep seeing a picture of ‘_________.’ Does that mean anything to you?” Most of the time I simply pray it out without asking, but there are times I do stop to inquire.

7.)  At times, while praying, I feel like I have hit a zone of praying something which is just right — something which I could only have gotten from the Holy Spirit. At other times, I don’t sense anything in particular, but the person tells me afterward that I prayed exactly what was needed.

8.)  Gifts of the Spirit such as the word of knowledge, prophecy, the discerning of spirits, or the word of wisdom may manifest in the process of praying. Occasionally, I get a clear prophetic word which I deliberately share with the person as prophecy, but more often than not, any prophetic understanding I have will simply be released in what I pray. I sometimes receive words of wisdom, so I share those if they come. A word of wisdom can involve a supernatural solution which can be applied to the problem.

I hope that this breakdown of how prophetic prayer works will help you to gain confidence that you can be led by the Holy Spirit in prayer. Many of the steps I’ve shared here for praying one-on-one with others can also be adapted to  your personal prayer time and group prayer settings.

Prophetic prayer is not about our skills or talents. It’s all about relaxing and trusting the Holy Spirit to lead. We simply follow the little nudges He provides, in faith, and let Him do what He wants to do through us.

The Spirit-Filled Guide to Personal Prophecy

 The Spirit-Filled Guide to Personal Prophecy

We Will See What the King Will Do

tiara, by Taku, Flickr.comMany years ago, while in the midst of praying into a serious situation, a distinct snapshot picture came to my mind. It was a vision, but I didn’t know it then, not yet having been taught how seeing in the Spirit works.

In the picture, a king was seated on his throne. Next to him sat a beautiful, black-haired young woman, with a simple tiara circling her head. Her hand rested on the king’s arm, and her gaze was fastened on his face. It was a picture of quiet trust and confidence in him.

And I heard the words, “We will see what the King will do.”

The vision, of course, was a picture of King Jesus and His bride. It was also a picture of my relationship with Him. It was a great comfort to me, and it helped me to put the problem I was praying into in a better perspective. Through the days and weeks after that, I repeatedly thought, “I will see what the King will do about this.” Eventually the trial was over. Everybody came out of it OK. Jesus made a way where there was none.

Through the years since then, this vision has continued to live and breathe its truth deep in my spirit. Many times, as I have prayed with others about their desperate situations, I have told them the vision and have encouraged them, “Let’s see what the King will do.” Many of them have also come through their fiery test. The King has acted on their behalf, too.

We live in difficult times, and many in the Body of Christ are experiencing very distressing circumstances. I am praying with several loved ones right now who need the Lord’s miraculous intervention. There is no way out for them, other than His supernatural provision and direction. The ability to fix things through human logic and practical maneuvers has come to an end for them. And after praying with them, I have once again said, “Now we will see what the King will do in this.”

The messes we need help with are not always our own fault. Other people’s actions can create a lot of trouble for us. But even when we have no one to blame but ourselves, the King is still eager to fix our problems for us. He is in the salvage and restoration business.

Some of us have damaged our relationships, our churches, and our personal destinies because we have tried too hard to fix impossible circumstances ourselves, rather than bringing them to the King, Who can fix all things. We’ve been unwilling to wait for Him to work, and have made foolish mistakes from a position of panic, when rest in Him was what He was really after.

The Lord often deliberately takes us to the end of our abilities so that we will lean on Him, much as the young woman leaned on her king’s arm in my vision. He lets us wear ourselves out and do all the screaming, kicking, and crying that we tend to do in our flesh. Then, when there is no more fight left in us, He leads us to the place where we give it all to Him, broken and beat up though it may be.

Isaiah 30 talks about the place God wants to get us to: “Their strength is to sit still” (v. 7), and, “In returning and rest shall you be saved; in quietness and in confidence shall be your strength” (v. 15).

If you’re fighting one of those no-way-out, beating-my-head-against-a-wall types of battles, the King wants you to come to Him. Sit down next to Him as His Beloved. Put your hand confidingly on His arm, and fasten your gaze on Him. Remind yourself, “I will see what the King will do for me in this impossible situation.” He will refresh you and give you new expectation for better things to come. He may open your eyes to a solution you had not thought of before, or He may put things in motion to clear up the problem without you having to do a thing. However He chooses to do it, He will certainly act on your behalf, for nothing is too hard for the King.

Updates at Our Websites

Full Gospel Family Publications

Hi friends,

Today, I’m sharing some info from our websites, which I hope will be of use to you:

The Messiah Prophecies Page — I put this together several years ago for my own personal study. I hope you will enjoy it! Use it for Bible study or as an evangelism tool to reach your Jewish friends. Side-by-side OT messianic prophecies and their NT fulfillment in Christ, verses in KJV, with references.

Wonderful Worship Music Playlists at YouTube — Yes, I’m still pushing this, because I know you’ll like it if you try it. I’m constantly adding new things.

Hours of John Paul Jackson teaching on dreams — Lovingly compiled at my YouTube channel.

On to some deals and tips for our U. S. and International customers:

U.S. Only Ordering Deals

Discounts — We offer discounts on many of our books, if you order 5 or more copies. Small booklet multiple copy discounts start at 10%.  Most of our larger books discount at 20% for orders of 5 or more. River Life books are discounted at 25%-30%, starting with 5-book orders.

So, grab your buddies, place a group order, and save!  See our product list at Full Gospel Family Publications.

Closeout Deals — We still have a few comb-bound editions of The Intercessor Manual ($4.00 closeout savings) and The Intercessor’s Companion ($3.o0 closeout savings). The inside text is the same info as in our traditional binding editions, so you won’t be missing anything by buying the comb-bound versions — just saving some money.  Closeouts here.

International Customers — Deals & Ordering tips

E-book ordering help for International Customers Yes, you can order our e-books from Amazon if you live in one of a few countries outside the U. S. Apple sells to quite a few more. But neither of them sell to all countries.

But, Smashwords will sell our e-books to you, no matter where you live — and you can choose from Kindle, e-Pub (the version used by Nook, phones, tablets, etc.) or PDFs. Smashwords is a great company to buy from, and I think you will be pleased with how easy they are to work with.

International sales of our print books — I really hate charging our international customers so much for our print books, but the extremely high shipping rates are beyond our control.  The solution in most cases has been to just buy the e-book version from one of the major e-book distributors.

However, a few of our books:
Character Building for Families
River Life: Entering into the Character of Jesus
House of Prayer ~ House of Power

are not available through those e-book distributors.

Now for the good news: If you live outside the U. S. we now sell PDF versions of these three titles directly to you from our website. You will save a LOT of money!  Go to our order page, click the “Canada/Mexico” or “Other International Orders” button, and look for the PDF option you need on the page that comes up.

A Dream Interpretation Exercise — Follow-up (Part 3)

Imagem739-1Many thanks to all of you who took the time to participate in the dream exercise. Whether you commented here at the blog, or sent me an e-mail, I really appreciate all the input, and I hope you had a good time trying your hand at dream interpreting. If you haven’t had a chance to add your input yet, please feel free to still do so. Your thoughts are most welcome!

One lady wrote to ask more into the details, in case I had left anything out. I’m so glad she did. I had missed telling details about the box containing the treasure. (It was silver in color, and it was a small, rectangular box.) I have since added those details and my interpretation of one of them into the first two parts of this exercise.

A few more tips on dream interpretation should be mentioned:

1.)  Dream interpretation comes from the Lord. I have said it before, but it’s important to keep reminding ourselves that dream interpretation is not about following a method and assigning meanings to symbols. We should ask Him to reveal both the overall message and understanding of details to us.

Sometimes you will strongly sense that He is dropping certain elements of dream understanding into your heart. He may even speak quite clearly to you. It is exciting when He does that!

At other times, He doesn’t speak as succinctly. The interpretation comes slowly, over time, and you may start out with, “I think this might mean such-and-such.” When you return to a dream weeks or months later, you may notice that the same idea you had at first about a detail’s meaning still persists. That is a good indicator that it really was from the Lord the first time around.

Sometimes, months down the road, your understanding changes from what it was initially — because life events have now unfolded which make the dream clearer, or because God drops the true interpretation into your heart by revelation at the later date. Either way, He is still directing the adjusted interpretation.

2.)  Make sure that the rest of the dream fits with the meaning you have attributed to a symbol. If the rest of the dream doesn’t fit, or if the meaning you have given to an object contradicts other details showing up in the dream, then you are probably not interpreting that symbol correctly. Some suggestions people volunteered about what various details in my dream could mean were entirely logical, and I could see how they drew those conclusions. However, they didn’t fit with the other details presented. A contradiction showed up.

3.)  Be careful not to go beyond what the dream says. This is particularly important when assisting others in interpreting their dreams. If something isn’t showing up in the dream, don’t imagine it into the dream. With your own dreams, God may continue, over time, to speak additional information to you, which goes beyond the scope of the dream, but until He does so, don’t run ahead of Him in your interpretation.

If you are interpreting someone else’s dream, stick with the details he or she has. Ask questions about the details to draw out information the person may have forgotten to share, but don’t add to what he saw in his dream.

4.)  Details of what was not showing up in a dream can be as important as details of what was showing up. For instance, my dream started out in a basement. But there were no details about the appearance of the basement — no focus on the walls or furnishings. It was all about the action that took place there. That tells me that the condition of the basement itself was not what the dream was about.

5.)  If you are listening to someone else’s dream, don’t insist on your interpretation overriding that of the dreamer’s. Remember that the dreamer might understand the symbols in a different way than you do, because each of us has a unique dream language between us and the Lord. Some symbols are fairly universal to all of us, especially if they are seen clearly throughout the Bible. The meanings of other symbols can vary widely from person to person. So, don’t be surprised if the dreamer interprets his dream somewhat differently than you would. A third-party interpreter is there to assist and enhance the understanding of the dream, not to come up with all the answers for the dreamer.

Thanks again for participating in this dream exercise! Would you like to learn lots more about dream interpretation? Of all the dream interpretation teachers, John Paul Jackson was my favorite. I have put together a playlist for you at my YouTube channel of many hours of John Paul’s teaching on dreams and actual interpretations that he did.

I found that my ability to interpret my own dreams increased by listening in as he did it. I also put together a small dream dictionary for my personal use, based on the dreams he interpreted in those videos. It is my best go-to dream dictionary reference at this time. (I cannot share that dictionary with you, but you could develop one for yourself.)

John Paul Jackson dream teaching 

Dream Exercise (Part 1)
Dream Exercise (Part 2)