Dreaming of an altar in a dream symbolizes a covenant, the presence of either an evil covenant or a righteous covenant. These agreements have the effect of either destroying or prosperity an individual or nation.
The altar is also the platform on which all kinds of sacrifices are made, depending on which type of altar they are.
Dreaming of a holy altar
This altar represents your covenant with God through Christ Jesus His Son. The altar is intended to protect and prosper you and your household. It is also meant to defend you from harm caused by evil.
The fact that you see a holy altar in your dreams is full evidence of God’s presence in your life. The altar pronounces favor and blessings in your life making you prosperous.
Related: God is able to keep us from falling.
This is evidence that God has made His dwelling in your heart because He is pleased with you. Your life of obedience gas attracted His presence to accompany you where you go. (John 14:23, Numbers 9:15-23).
Jesus replied, “Anyone who loves me will obey my teaching. My Father will love them, and we will come to them and make our home with them.
Dream of an evil altar biblical meaning
The evil altar symbolizes demonic presence and oppression. It reveals that you are bound on this very altar, hence causing stagnation and misery in your life and family.
This dream may be a sign that someone has raised an evil covenant against your life. That is the reason you keep seeing the evil altar in your dreams. God wants to deliver you from such oppression. Therefore, take the initiative to break family altars that have been oppressing your family for decades.
Related: Dedication of dreams.
Seeing a stranger altar in a dream
The strange altars represent false prophets who cloth themselves in false purity to ensnare innocent people.
The reason the altar looks strange is that it has a likeness of godliness yet has aspects of evil. This is a person who has a form of godliness, however, he is a witch. Beware of false prophets and teachers.
This is what the LORD says: “As for the prophets who lead my people astray, they proclaim ‘peace’ if they have something to eat, but prepare to wage war against anyone who refuses to feed them. Micah 3:5
Dedicate to destroy these strange altars and also dedicate yourself to God for sanctification and protection.