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December 4th, 2007

When are dreams from God and when from the devil?

In Badr of 21 November 1907, a letter by Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad is printed in connection with the receiving of dreams and revelations by ordinary people, and whether they can be considered to be inspired by God or not.

I have uploaded the original Urdu page to this blog in pdf format.

Please read by clicking here.

I hope to translate it into English later.

3 Responses to “When are dreams from God and when from the devil?”

  1. as salamo alaikum,mujay is pak tahreer say boht kuch mila hai.khuda hmain is kabil bnai k khuda hum say hum kalam ho .ameen

  2. The above comment translates into English as follows:

    “assalamu alaikum.
    I have benefitted greatly from this noble writing. May God make us worthy of receiving His communication.”

    This comment has reminded me again about this valuable article by Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. It shows how cautious and principled he was regarding the phenomenon of dreams and spiritual experiences. Those among his followers who have cheapened this phenomenon, making it a common place occurrence for all and sundry to have true dreams, regardless of the character of the people involved, should take note of this article. 

  3. August 21st, 2011 at 5:09 am
    From Mohammed Iqbal:

    @Zahid Sahib,

    Kindly give a gist of this writing in English.