I don't know the answer to this but I noticed that Calvin references such dreams Book 1, chapter 5 (section 5, italics mine): 'The swift and versatile movements of the soul in glancing from heaven to earth, connecting the future with the past, retaining the remembrance of former years, no, forming creations of its own -- its skill, moreover, in making astonishing discoveries, and inventing so many wonderful arts, are sure indications of the agency of God in man. What shall we say of its activity when the body is asleep, its many revolving thoughts, its many useful suggestions, its many solid arguments, no, its presentiment of things yet to come? What shall we say but that man bears about with him a stamp of immortality which can never be effaced?'
Originally Posted by whitway
'I cannot live like Jesus, example though he be
For he was strong and selfless, and I am tied to me.
But I have asked my Jesus to live his life in me . . .
Behold his warm, his tangible, his dear humanity.' -Betty Stam