When all of the world's spirits are gathered at the Rapture, those who have followed God' teachings are raised into heaven, while those who have not are condemned to purgatory, hell, or eternally.
Although the rapture is understood differently by different religions, when you dream you usually feel as though you are either taken to a better place or left behind. Such nightmares may be a response to a deeply religious upbringing and a fear of being abandoned. Even if you are the one going to paradise, these dreams are frequently ones that are filled with remorse. Dreams of the rapture are a sign that life will never be the same for you and that there are changes taking place in your waking life that you cannot undo.
risen to the level of God.
angels saw heard singing.
had those in your vicinity vanish.
felt the Lord's heavenly presence and either received or received not.
a sentencing to hell.
saw a miracle happen.
felt God's complete presence (perhaps for the first time).
gotten their inspiration from evidence of Jesus' or God's existence.
If you enter paradise with your loved ones by your side, good things will begin to happen.
You acknowledge God's omnipresence.
A person may frequently feel uneasy and afraid after having rapture dreams. Even atheists can dream about the rapture, regardless of their religious beliefs. Before you can determine clearly what the dream means when you experience a vision of the rapture, you must consider your own religious beliefs.
Typically, you will choose one path or the other in dreams where you see or take part in the rapture. In general, it is a positive omen if you ascend to heaven (or a place that resembles heaven) while your loved ones are with you. Such dreams might reinvigorate your desire for interpersonal connections and your gratitude for the individuals in your life. Some people have even discovered religion as a result of having such dreams because they have sensed God's presence and desire to be with him. In heaven, your friends and relatives are all around you, letting you know that you are safe and surrounded by those who adore and cherish you. Sometimes these dreams have prophetic implications, and if you see a dream character alive in paradise, it can be a sign of an impending illness or demise.
When you feel abandoned, having a dream about being left behind as everyone else is whisked away in the rapture. Think about the times in your life when you have been left behind and if this was due to someone else's actions or your own. When you feel like you are falling behind others, such as when changing professions or graduating and moving on with your life, it may actually be because you are in a situation where you are leaving people behind. These dreams may also reflect anxieties of growing apart from other people in your life and may be a sign of issues in a friendship or relationship with a particular individual with whom you once shared a tight bond but who you now feel is eroding.
Dreams about the rapture are ones that can also elicit a powerful spiritual response. Think about the ways that your behaviours make you feel bad, that you aren't living up to your own spiritual principles, or that you lack spiritual acceptance.
alterations in your life, such as going in a different direction.
having a bad, depressing, or non-spiritual feeling.
requiring spiritual direction.
feeling guilty or judged.
a friendship or connection drifting apart.
appreciating your numerous loved ones and feeling grateful to have them in your life.
Fear. Concern. Alone. Lonely. Forgotten. Loved. Gracious. Accepting. Accepted. Appreciation. Happy. Rewarded. Loyal. Abandoned