in this dream the leadership of Iran was sitting at a table along the back side of the table as if facing the people. And it was quite a distance . then where I was seemed in a different place and people were placing there fine china in rows piled up. And I thought I was done and the Lord said don't you have more and so I brought out the stuff I was trying to hold on too. when all the rows were filled up, about 4 rows, I was told to get on a motorcycle and slowly ride up and down the row and break all the dishes. I had to keep riding up and down until all was smashed. end of dream

Breaking the Dishes: A Biblical Interpretation of a Dream about Iran’s Leadership,
This dream may symbolize a spiritual battle against the oppressive leadership of Iran. The table represents a place of authority and power, and the fact that the leadership is facing the people suggests a desire for control and dominance. The distance between the leadership and the dreamer could represent a disconnect or lack of understanding between the two parties.

The fine china being placed in rows could symbolize the fragile state of the people under the leadership of Iran. The dreamer may have initially thought they were done with their task, but the Lord’s instruction to bring out more suggests that there is still more work to be done in breaking down the oppressive regime. This could also represent the need for the dreamer to let go of any personal attachments or fears in order to fully carry out their mission.

The motorcycle could symbolize a means of transportation or movement, and the act of riding up and down the rows could represent the need for persistence and endurance in the face of opposition. Breaking the dishes could symbolize the destruction of the oppressive regime and the breaking of its hold over the people. The dreamer may be called to play a role in this process, even if it means going against their own desires or comfort.

In the Bible, dishes are often used as symbols of purity and holiness. Breaking them could represent the breaking of ungodly or corrupt systems and the establishment of God’s righteousness. This dream could be a call to prayer and action, as well as a reminder that God is ultimately in control and will bring justice and freedom to those who are oppressed. As Isaiah 61:1-3 says, The Spirit of the Sovereign Lord is on me, because the Lord has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from darkness for the prisoners.