Does lustful dreams count as sin? Are we responsible of the things we wish/do while dreaming? A murder while dreaming certainly don't count as murder as it is not real, but in a lustful dream there is the lust which in itself is a sin, but are we "accountable" of it ?
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The Bible does not give a basis for presuming that dreams are something which we can control. However specific groups make have traditions that they are not beyond our ability to control. Our word of faith group has said tradition but I don't hold it.
For a dream cometh through the multitude of business; and a fool's voice is known by multitude of words. - Ecclesiastes 5:3 (King James Version)
(by the way, sorry im not good in english)
I've been read article that say that dreams appear depend what we think or act in a day. That article also say that we will never ever see people in our dream without we met them before.
So, if you get "Lustful Dreams", i can only have 2 possibility.