Having said all that, the book was pretty good. In it, Perry deals with Biblical accounts of God dealing with His people through visions and dreams and how God still speaks to His people through visions and dreams today. The obvious scripture allowing us to know this for sure is found in Joel 2:28 and then confirmed in Acts 2. The scriptures deals with the last day's outpouring of the Spirit of God prompting young men to dream dreams and old men to see visions. God still gives visions and dreams to His people to warn us, give us direction, or to reveal things to us little by little in our walk of life.
Perry is very adamant though that the Word of God is the supreme authority as it pertains to God communicating with His people today. No vision or dream that is from God will ever contradict the infallible Word of God. Visions and dreams will only enhance what is already written and reveal in a deeper measure what is already known. He deals with common symbols used in dreams and visions throughout the Bible and what they stand for. He deals with the two greatest dreamers and visionaries of the Bible: Joseph and Daniel. And Perry also speaks to the visions of John in the book of Revelation. Clearly without the visions and dreams of those individuals, the Bible would be completely different.
All in all, it was a good book. For those already believing in visions and dreams it can get a little repetitive, but for skeptics, Perry does a great job as always illustrating all of his point with real testimonies and scripture.