A Prophecy as Parable: The Tibetan Deer and The Chinese Dragon

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“The Dalai Lama and the Tibetan people are like innocent deer confronted by a cruel dragon in the same field, on the same mountainside.

The deer must not anger the dragon too much. And the deer must continue to feed their own souls, even though the dragon starves his own.

The day will come when the dragon’s hunger grows too great to deny.

…On that good day, the deer will teach him how and what is good to eat.

Great restraint is required for the deer to continue to feed their families’ souls while in the dragon’s midst.

Great courage is required for the deer to keep praying for the dragon’s true hunger to ripen.”

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Let us continue to plant seeds of whatever is true and good and of peace in this world. Let us be glad to grow it.

Whether honored or scorned by the powerful and the rich, True Food will someday feed all hungry hearts.

Why?

Because we are entering the Age of Spiritual Honesty. Soon, no one will even DESIRE to deny what is Good Food…The Infinity Prayer can help bring you and our world that goodness:

“Your Infinity Prayer

Let Infinite Good fill all the needs of all human beings and all sentient beings on Earth and on all planets, in Christ’s Name. Amen.”

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Divine Code Rule Number One best expresses The Infinity Prayer’s hope for our world’s complete transformation, secretly happening…

Once their spiritual desire ripens, few people of any religion will desire to avoid the breath-taking vision of Divine Code Rule Number One.

GOOD NEWS:

I received a vital update for Divine Code Rule Number One on January 7, 2011. This is a true breakthrough. Applicable through early 2012. I’ll make it available here and on FaceBook with its new Introduction & unexpected surprises.

Peace and happiness to you.
Rev. Scott Ufford
Copyright 2011


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