Raccoon dream meaning. Seeing a raccoon in your dream is a favorable sign, which foretokens success in your business life (a profitable project) and a promotion. Congratulations! Finally, your hard efforts are crowned with success. If you don’t get it in the nearest future, don’t hang down your head. Remember that all our efforts and sincere endeavors will be obligatory acknowledged and awarded sooner or later.
Yet, there can be a situation that you’ve been working hard for many years but you’re still told that you aren’t ready to hold a higher position. If you know for sure that it doesn’t correspond to the reality and you’re open for more, then switch this job to the one where your services will be paid high tribute you deserve. Take your life under your control.
Biblical Meaning Of Raccoon
To dream of a raccoon represents an aspect of your personality that is aware of its unsavory behavior. You or someone else that is aware of how dishonest or underhanded they are, but doesn’t feel there is anything wrong with it. Knowing that you are acting negative and not feeling there is anything wrong with it. Being negative out in the open or not being concerned with hiding your bad intentions.
Raccoons are often symbols that appear when we are focusing on other people’s negativity, taking behind people’s backs, or totally at ease with lying or cheating. A raccoon may also reflect a “player” in your life.
Example: A girl dreamed of seeing raccoons while walking with a guy she liked. In real life she felt this guy was “playing” her as he seemed to flirt with other girls as well. The raccoons reflecting her view of this guy being aware of his dishonest flirting.
RACCOON: SEEKING PURITY IN A DIRTY WORLD
The world is getting dirtier as the second coming of Jesus approaches. God’s eternal anger will soon descend upon the ungodly, and this earth will give way to the new one. To this end, brother Peter raises a poser: “Seeing then that all these things shall be dissolved, what manner of persons ought you to be in all holy conversation and godliness” 2 Peter 3:11, (AKJV).
Brother Peter’s poser is a question, a rhetorical question, that you don’t need to answer but deeply think about and make adjustment where necessary in the light of the issue being raised. Now, the issue has to do with the need to be holy and godly in an unholy and ungodly world.
Recently I meditated on the animal called raccoon. Do you know raccoon? A ray of light struck my heart; the Lord illuminated my heart to receive an instruction from the animal. And I wish to share this light with you. I believe the light will empower us to travel through this wide wicked world victoriously.
Raccoon is a small-sized mammal native to North America. It has a body length of 40 to 70 cm (16 to 28 in) and a body weight of 3.5 to 9 kg (8 to 20 lb). Its grayish coat mostly consists of dense under-fur which insulates against cold weather. Raccoons are omnivorous; they feed on virtually anything eatable.
Now, a raccoon has two outstanding qualities that have spiritual implications for believers. They are intelligence and the ability to douse whatever it wants to eat in water before eating it.
Merriam-Webster defines intelligence as the ability to learn or understand things or to deal with new or difficult situations. Naturally God endows raccoons with unusual intelligence in the animal world. They are able to identify objects before touching them with vibrissae located above their sharp, non- retractable claws. Also, they can remember the solution to tasks for up to three years. They are described as clever beasts.
In these last days, how can you survive the coming challenges without possessing spiritual intelligence? Jesus warned His early disciples to be wise as serpent because they are being sent into the world as sheep in the midst of wolves. Is this warning not relevant to you today?
Consider how thick the cloud of confusion covers everywhere today. People call black white today. A boy may wake up and say he is a girl. And rather than helping him become free from illusion, the world will pat him in the back and make him a hero.
Test all spirits! The Bible warns. Raccoons do perceive and identify objects before touching it. Before you jump at so called opportunities, open door, or blessings, you ought to find out the spirit behind it. Is it the Holy Spirit or an evil spirit? Note that not all beautiful things come from God. Even an angel of Satan can disguise as that of light.
The situation of things has grown worse that even the Holy Bible is being tampered with. The agents of the devil are now publishing diluted Bibles today. If you download a Bible application or buy a Bible in shops, you have to check it very well to be sure that you are not reading fake bible.
One attribute of raccoon that is so well known and that gives the animal part of its scientific name, Procyon lotor; “lotor” is neo-Latin for “washer”. In the wild, raccoons often dabble for underwater food near the shore-line. They then often pick up the food item with their front paws to examine it and rub the item, sometimes to remove unwanted parts. This gives the appearance of the raccoon “washing” the food.
Raccoons eat different things, but they take efforts to cleanse it. It appears that the animal recognizes that the environment is dirty. So, by instinct, it seeks to feed on food that is pure always.
Should we not learn from raccoons? For instance, John wondered about the vision of people the angel showed him in heaven. The Bible says,”And I said unto him, Sir, thou knowest. And he said to me, These are they which came out of great tribulation, and have washed their robes, and made them white in the blood of the Lamb” Revelation 7:14, (AKJV).
If we are going to make heaven like those saints, we must cultivate the habit of washing our robe everyday. The Bible further says, “Thou hast a few names even in Sardis which have not defiled their garments; and they shall walk with me in white: for they are worthy” Revelation 3:4, (AKJV).
The term robe or garment refers to the character of the believers. To wash one’s garment therefore implies that one is living according to the requirement of the word of God. Once the raccoon picks an object, it will run to the river to douse it before it will consume it.
Therefore, we must daily wash our lives by learning the word of God regularly. The word of God will correct and straighten our lives before God. Remember, Jesus said to His disciples one day, “Now ye are clean through the word which I have spoken unto you” John 15:3, (KJV). Any time you think raccoon, remember what it says: Seek purity in a dirty world so you may be fit for the new and holy world. Remain blessed!
intelligent and friendly creature
There is a very intelligent and friendly creature who usually lives near swamps and creeks. He has a funny face with a sort of mask over it. Maybe that is his disguise, for I am told that he can be quite a bandit! Even so, the raccoon is playful and loves to eat. Raccoons eat frogs, shrimp, and other shellfish. They also like corn, which gets them into trouble with man. They also eat eggs, fruit, meat, and nuts. Raccoons are very clean about their food. When water is near, they wash their food before eating.
Do you watch what you take in to make sure it is clean? Now, I am not talking about food only. There are other things we take into our lives—things we see, things we hear, things we read. There is a lot of dirt and filth, wrong thinking and bad talk in this world. Those who are wise are careful—careful about what they watch on TV, in videos, online, or read in books, careful about what kinds of stories and jokes they listen to and tell, careful about what things they think. The Bible says, [Philippians 4:8] “whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things.”
It is good to wash what you eat. It is very important to watch what you take into your life.