The Testimony of His Imperial Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie I Defender of the Faith
UCI ~ I See You
Copyright © 2011-2017  UMOJA Connection, Inc.
All rights reserved.
Nothing is hidden from God's view!...
excerpts from the book...
The Testimony of His Imperial Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie I Defender of the Faith
by Karl Phillpotts Naphtali
Foreword
... Emperor Haile Selassie I is no doubt the greatest World Statesman of this Century; a leader born
too early, always ahead of his time, most unfortunately perhaps too much ahead of his own people.  
I believe the time will come when his own people will honor Him as will others in Africa and the
rest of the world.  I am sure He will soon have His rightful place in the hearts and minds of future
generations of Ethiopians and Africans.  Once called "the father of Africa," perhaps the continent
and I might add the world will not see a man of His stature for many centuries to come.
Contents
Chap
Title
Excerpt
 
Foreword
 
 
Introduction
All students of the Scriptures, who claim the Patriarch
Abraham, cannot in good conscience ignore the counsel
of the man representing the world's oldest continuous
sovereign throne, the throne of David and Solomon.  
Haile Selassie I and the Royal Family of Ethiopia
represent a direct genealogical link to the Bible story and
the Davidic throne.
Part 1
Earnest Prayer of His
Imperial Majesty Emperor
Haile Selassie I
 
 
His Imperial Majesty
"Defender of Faith"
 
 
H.I.M. - Utterances
concerning The Davidic
Throne
 
 
H.I.M. - Utterances
concerning The Holy Bible
 
 
H.I.M. - Utterances
concerning Religious and
Racial Discrimination
 
 
H.I.M. - Utterances defining
The Church
 
 
H.I.M. - Utterances
concerning Christian Unity
and Brotherhood
 
 
H.I.M. - Utterances on World
Peace and the Role of the
Church
 
 
H.I.M. - Utterances to the
Faithful Followers of Jesus
Christ
 
 
H.I.M. - Utterances of
Wisdom to those Seeking to
follow Jesus Christ
 
 
H.I.M. - Utterances
Expressing Faith in the
Almighty
The love of God brings a sense of religiousness in a
human being, it gives him comfort for the future and
assurance that right causes will ultimately prevail.
 
H.I.M. - Utterances
concerning Christian Love
as Taught in the New
Testament by St. Paul
 
 
H.I.M. - Utterances of Advice
to the Youth
 
 
H.I.M. - Utterances
Concerning the Birth of
Jesus Christ
In truth there is no legitimate reason or good cause
which justifies war.
 
H.I.M. - Utterances
Concerning the Significance
of the Birth of Jesus The
Christ for World Peace
 
 
H.I.M. - Utterances
Concerning Freedom
..., if man has not sought out the protection of God as
well as prepared himself for his self protection, the
havoc and ruin that can be brought down upon the race
of human beings is beyond the bound of imagination.
 
H.I.M. - Utterances
Concerning the Passing of
Loved Ones
 
 
H.I.M. - Utterances on the
Hypocrisy of Western
Christiandom
 
 
H.I.M. - Utterances
Commemorating Ethiopian
Martyrs
 
 
H.I.M. - Utterances
concerning the Need for
Atonement by the Enemies
of Ethiopia
 
 
H.I.M. - Utterances on
Leadership
The true leader is one who realizes by faith that he is an
instrument in the hands of God, and dedicates himself to
be a guide and inspirer of the nobler sentiments and
inspirations of the people.
 
H.I.M. - Utterances on
Succession to the Davidic
Throne
 
 
H.I.M. - Last Formal
Pronouncement Regarding
Succession, April 14, 1974
 
Part 2
Commentary
 
 
What is Christianity in the
True Biblical Sense of the
Word?
 
 
The Mission of the Messiah
 
 
The True Christian
(Messianic) Faith
 
 
The Gospel (Good News) as
Proclaimed by Jesus the
Messiah
 
 
The Messianic Kingdom
 
 
The Characteristics of the
Kingdom
 
 
The Holy Bible
 
 
The Fall of Man from God's
Glory
 
 
The Promised Restorer and
Saviour
 
 
The Davidic Covenant
 
 
Significance of This Promise
 
 
The Kebra Negast
 
 
The Importance of Jesus
Christ and His Second
Advent
 
 
Personal Testimony
 
 
Jesus Christ as Saviour and
Redeemer
 
 
The Lamb of God
 
 
...Until Shiloh Comes
 
 
The Christ, "Ha'Masheahk"
 
 
The "New" Jerusalem
 
 
H.I.M. Emperor Haile
Selassie I, "Elect of God"
 
 
The Ethiopian Royal
Standard
 
 
Conclusion
 
 
So What Do We Do Now?
 
 
About the Author