What is the biblical meaning of killing a snake in a dream? The snake itself is supposed to be considered a “spirited animal” and this is connected the holy spirit. After all, the snake has been the key areas in the account of Adam and Eve and the fact that snakes represent temptation, difficulties in life and above all confusion. In Chinese mythology biblical sign of a snake is associated with money, fortune and wealth. The biblical narrated regarding serpents and God state that we understand that the snake can suffer a great deal. In Jer (46:22) it implies that the snakes glide. There are various biblical stories about snakes and there’s a great deal of writing devoted to being bitten by the snake. For example, Psalm 58 details that wicked people have the “venom of a serpent.” there is also additional accounts of the serpent and his wisdom. I’m going to talk about this because the killing of snakes and the biblical viewpoint can also indicate either the fact that you are killing somebody who is going to deceive you or killing the wisdom that you hold within. I could go on and on about the biblical meaning of snakes and perhaps this needs a separate section of its own but for now, I will just leave you thinking about deception and wisdom in regards to the biblical meaning of killing snakes in your dream.
What’s the Islamic interpretation of killing a snake? The Islamic interpretation of killing a snake in your dream is related to enemies. Someone very powerful and rich will try to harm you. Their money is their only power. However, you have a much powerful weapon – your fate in God and your hope to live a long and happy life. With such weapons, your victory over your enemies is inevitable. Money can buy respect and happiness.
Father’s Interpretation ….?
My Father’s interpretation coming to me after he sent me to lookup the meaning of the dream. The number one thing I saw in my dream was Lithuania. So? I look it up. Wow! Where is Lithuania?
Located in the continent of Europe, Lithuania covers 62,680 square kilometers of land and 2,620 square kilometers of water, making it the 124th largest nation in the world with a total area of 65,300 square kilometers.
Lithuania became an independent state in 1918, after gaining its sovereignty from Russia. The population of Lithuania is 3,525,761 (2012) and the nation has a density of 56 people per square kilometer.
Will Father send me to Lithuania? I don’t think so, but! If I remember correctly I have either a liking or a follower from Lithuania.