Third-false dreams by false prophets (Jer. 23:25).
The Bible gives us many examples of inspired dreams:
Jacob (Genesis 28:10-17): After Jacob fled Esau’s anger, God gave him a dream of a ladder touching heaven on which angels ascended and descended. This dream meant that Abraham’s blessing would be given to him.
Pharaoh’s cupbearer and baker (Genesis 40): when Joseph was in prison he interpreted the dreams of Pharaoh’s cupbearer and baker and one was restored to his position and the other killed.
Pharaoh (Genesis 41): Pharaoh had a dream from God which Joseph interpreted as a warning of a great 7 years of famine that would follow 7 years of plenty.
The Midianite and Amalekite armies (Judges 7:12-15): The enemies of Israel had a dream which was interpreted that Gideon would win the battle.
Samuel (1 Samuel 3): Samuel had a vision when he was a boy and God told him that He will judge the sons of Eli.
Solomon (1 Kings 3:5): God spoke to Solomon in a dream saying, “Ask what you wish Me to give you.” Solomon asked for wisdom.
Daniel (Daniel 2; 4): God gave the Babylonian kings dreams which were interpreted by Daniel the prophet fortelling of future kingdom that would rule the world till the coming of Christ and also of warnings.
Zacharias (Luke 1:5-23): God spoke to Zacharias that he would have a son – John the Baptist.
Joseph (Matthew 1:20; 2:13): God instructed Joseph in a dream to marry Mary. Later on, God gave him 2 dreams telling to go to Egypt so Herod could not kill Jesus and another to tell him Herod was dead and he can go back home.
Pilate’s wife (Matthew 27:19): God warned Pilate through his wife’s dream saying not to hurt Jesus.
Peter (Acts 10:9-15): God gave Peter a vision telling him that God had pronounced the Gentiles “clean” and that he should start preaching to them.
Paul: Paul had several visions. One instructing him to preach in Macedonia (Acts 16:9-10). Another was that he should continue preaching in Corinth (Acts 18:9-11). And another was about heaven (2 Corinthians 12:1-6).
John (Revelation): Most of the book of Revelation is a vision given by God to John who was exiled on the island of Patmos telling him of future events.
In His service,