Redeeming the time/Restoring Vision
I had a dream 11/29/2014 as I lay in bed sick from the flu. In the dream I was feeding small birds, many small birds. The more I fed the the more gathered to be fed. The birds in this dream, however, had a name . The name of these birds was time wasters. As I said above, the more I fed them, the more there were to be fed and the more time it took to do so. I think it was no coincidence in the dream that the, “time wasters”, we’re portrayed as cute little birds in need of being fed. Feeding these little birds was a noble thing to do and I am an animal lover.
In the next part of the dream a great horned owl perched itself on a tree branch near me at shoulder level. Needless to say the time wasters were frightened away.
One of the characteristics of the owl is its vision, especially its ability to see in the dark. The owl is also able to turn it’s head 270° without moving its body.
Ephesians 5:15-16 NKJV
See then that you walk circumspectly, not as fools but as wise, redeeming the time, because the days are evil.
This is the verse that came to mind when seeing this.
Evil is always associated with darkness and we will need “night vision” in order see clearly as the time of Jesus return draws near and the night gets darker.
We will need to guard our use of the time alloted to us as each of us is given a measure and no more.
Jesus told the people in His sermon on the mount that His Father fed the birds. So me doing so in the dream was wasting time doing something already being taken care of.