This is short and simple. Haille Selassie was Jesus Christ but Jesus Christ was greater than Haille Selassie.
You need to know the character Jesus Christ before you appreciate Selassie, it's not about rejecting or suppressing his greatest coming, that's not what he came for. First know Jesus Christ and then know Selassie; Jesus Christ is the light of the World, it is by his name (Jesus Christ) that demons tremble and miracles are performed. Jesus Christ is the one that made the sacrifice for all mankind's sin, not Selassie I.
If you think that i am disrespecting Selassie I then you've not heard me. If you know Selssie's name then you are priviledged because you have that knowledge and from then understanding the prophecies can become easier, but at the same time don't ever forget or give short credit for the man that Jesus Christ was, because if you do then You are disrespecting Selassie I, and he won't like that at all.
You can call Him Selassie, you can call him Jesus, you can call him Issa, all you need to know is that that person will be returning on the clouds with Glory like never before, and he will reign from Jerusalem as promised. And if you don't believe me, wait and see, and even ask the King himself.
The 144,000 are going to Israel not Ethiopia, the two witnesses will prophesy from Jerusalem not Ethiopia. And don't let anyone tell you anything other than what is written, no matter how pro-Selassie they seem to be. Only the truth should be embraced not vain imaginations of Black-hopers.
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