What is the Christian interpretation for "teeth falling out"?
In the Christian faith there is a biblical code of symbols used to convey future happenings in our dream life. I am seeking a scriptural answer.
I couldn't find any interpretation for teeth falling.
Normally teeth fall happens to children as their primary tooth replaced by permanent tooth. That is normal
At the old age tooth fall happens. It shows the old age of people
In bible tooth fall represents old age.
I am not aware of any other interpretation.
I couldn't find any interpretation for teeth falling. Everything depends on your works, lol
This has to do with communicating. If you are not saying what is on your mind it shows in these dreams. The Hebrew letter SHIN means Teeth.
It's biology. New teeth grew in under your old teeth, the old teeth fell out. They represent biology at work.
Depending on the context of the dream, teeth falling out means:
1. That you are losing your boldness. You are allowing things like political correctness to stop you from spreading the good news of the gospel truth: Jesus is God in the flesh, and saves us from our sins. Because of whatever reason, your failure to speak out against sin is shown in that your words are losing their "bite".
2. Your words are too sharp, and cause people to turn away from the salvation in Christ. Because you are counting your boldness as righteous, you are giving in to pride, and this is a warning from God to tone it down or He will do it for you. Being bold is great, but tact goes a long way.
This is a balancing act, and in whatever context this is used in a dream shows you that your words are either too sweet, or not sweet enough. You don't have to water-down what God says, but you also don't have to make things up in order to scare people into believing.
God wants people to believe Him because they love Him. Help people get to know God, don't threaten them! Don't cave in to validating their sinful life as an alternative for forgiveness of those sins, either.
there is no such thing in scripture as a biblical code for interpreting dreams. some churches of men falsely teach that but it is a lie. according to scripture the interpretation of dreams that are from God is revealed by the Holy Spirit. the other ones are from you and there is no interpretation.
there is no scripture to cover teeth falling out. ask God if there is an Interpertation or not and He will tell you if there is one
all the answers on here so far are opinions not an interpretation.
dreammoods.com says "To dream that you your teeth has fallen out and you try to refit them back into the mouth signifies a lack of self-confidence and embarrassment. You are afraid that others will know of your short-comings. If you acted calmly in your dream, then it may point to how can make the best out of any situation. You are able to rise above unfavorable circumstances."
That said, my grandma could interpret dreams and she told me once, when I had a dream about my teeth falling out, that teeth represent wisdom in a dream.
it will change into gold coin by keeping it under pillow
John Paul Jackson says it represents a loss or lack of understanding/discernment
Luke 13:28 King James Bible
There shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth, when ye shall see Abraham, and Isaac, and Jacob, and all the prophets, in the kingdom of God, and you yourselves thrust out.
This is the only thing that comes to mind about the bible and teeth.
Re: The Above:
If your teeth are falling out, it means, that you are suffering of gum's disease. The falling of your teeth has nothing to do with the Holy Bible. You need to see your dentist in that respect! I hope that will help! Thank you!
your dreams represent the subconscious part of your mind.. which comes out when your conscious defences are down.. and in life where ever you are heading is a result of what your subconscious karma holds- your belief in who you are and your perception of reality is your karma.. interpreting from this manner I find as helpful because actually we all are dreaming a dream that we thought of dreaming.. kindly find similar articles on forgiveness on my hub,
Thy teeth are as a flock of sheep which go up from the washing, whereof every one beareth twins, and there is not one barren among them.
Song of Solomon 6:6 KJV
In the Bible God gave certain men such as Daniel and Joseph the gift of interpreting dreams. The teeth as a whole represents the flock of believers or Yeshua's sheep. When you have a dream about your tooth falling out it represents you falling out of the flock. In other words it means you maybe turning your heart away from him. It could be a sin you have committed such as adultery or fornication. All you have to do is repent and as long as you forgive others for their trepasses , you will be forgiven also.
It does not mean when a christian teeth fell down that things are not okay with the person, maybe it has a tooth problem.
missing money i think .. and hypocrisy around that person ..
Did your teeth literally fall out, or did you dream they fell out?
I never heard anything about it in the Bible, but I've heard that psychological it means you feel like you're losing control.
Hi!! I am a little confused here, did you dream that you lost teeth? I have read articles from different magazines but don't remember any having a dream like that.
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