• I can't see in the Bible any suggestion that we have conscious control of our dreams. So, I doubt that a lie in a dream would "count" as a specific sin. However, don't let yourself off the hook yet. What the lie in the dream does is reveal and reflect your sinful nature. It is this "pervasive" (to use the theological term) sinfulness which I believe to be the big problem, out of which all the individual sins flow. The good news is that the atonement of Christ covers both sin as a principle, and individual sins. Those who are in Him by repentance and faith are not under any condemnation for either.
  • If you are worried about what you may do or say in your dreams. Find youself a new religion where your thought are not monitored. Better yet become an athiest No god No worries about what you think about,
  • You are not aware when you are dreaming. The thought of sin is not a sin as long as you do not preform it. "But every man is tempted, when he is drawn away of his own lust, and enticed. 15 Then when lust hath conceived, it bringeth forth sin: and sin, when it is finished, bringeth forth death."
  • If you feel you need forgiveness then ask God and he will forgive you.
  • God may not mention it to you. Dreams are different.
  • James 2:24 tells us that “You see that a man is to be declared righteous by works and not by faith alone”. Dreams are not actions, they are thoughts.
  • maybe not since youre dreaming, you need to ask god that question
  • Why would you even think such a silly thing?

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