Enoch, I have some questions for you now.
First of all, are you really of the opinion that Ethiopia was the true people of God with the truest religion even in the period from Abraham to Solomon when Judaism was in Palestine but not yet in Ethiopia?
The Doctrine of the Religion of Ethiopia: The Kingdom of God is the original and the authentic, the unique and the unbroken one that was founded, at the beginning of Creation of the Universe and of Adam and Eve, by God Himself, upon the Holy Covenant that comprises the Seven Sacred Covenants that God Made with Humans, and whose age spans the last seven millenniums and a half years.
Now, notwithstanding the foregoing statement, the bad news is that there should have been no any other religions among human beings or different doctrines among Christians other than the One referred above, viz. the religion and doctrine of Ethiopia: The Kingdom of God. The Good News, however, is that, all the aforementioned adversaries will, on the Final Day of The Divine Judgment that is forthcoming, will rise up in unison, discarding their differences and accepting the One Faith and the one Doctrine of the One Religion of Ethiopia: The Kingdom of God.HERE IS THE TESTIMONIAL OF THE ETHIOPIANS ON THE HOLY COVENANT
We Ethiopians believe in our Ethiopianhood of the Holy Covenant that embodied and
conserved the Seven Divine Covenants the Lord granted to humanity.
Our God, in the Era of the Genesis, founded the Ethiopian Entity on the Covenant of the
Soul, through the Matrimony of Adam and Eve.
Then in the Patriarchal period, He raised it, through Noah's Rainbow, Melchizedek's
Offering and Abraham's Circumcision, to the next stage of its eschatological growth.
In the transitional Era of the Old Testament, He structured it, through Mose's Ark and
David's Throne, to the finishing level that caused to bring about, under the Covenant of the Law,
the genealogical union of the Ethiopian Queen Makkedda and the Israelite King Solomon.
Finally, in the Era of the Everlasting Life, He brought it to completion with the Sacrificial
Body and Blood of His Son Jesus Christ, born of the Virgin Mary, who is the pure seed
descended from that preordained genealogical union, thus culminating the Ethiopian Entity with
the Eternal Crown of the Covenant of the Holy Spirit.
We believe that Ethiopia, as such, represents the Kingdom of God on Earth constituting
the three Houses of the People, of the Administration and of the Priesthood achieved through
such progressive development in Her uninterrupted existence under the protection and guidance
of the Holy Covenant.
We believe that Jesus Christ who is the Son of God and in the name of whom we are
called Christians and who is born of the seed that sprung from Shem, Ham and Japhet, in the
Ethiopian image of nationhood, ordination and kingship of His precursor, Melchizedek, is our
Eternal Priest and King.
We believe that the Mother of God, the Virgin Mary, who is the True Mother of the
Living and the Eternal Ark of the Covenant, is the personification of Ethiopia, our Queen in
Heavens and on Earth and in whose name we are called Ethiopians.
We believe that the tri-coloured banner of Green
, symbolizing the sign
of the Rainbow, is our Eternal National Flag entrusted to us by God through Noah.
We believe that the Divine Word of “the Conquering Lion of the Tribe of Judah” is
ascribed to Jesus Christ who is the ultimate manifestation of the Holy Covenant, and the
Prophetic Word of “Ethiopia Stretches out Her Hands to God” is attributed to the Virgin Mary,
and that both Words of the Holy Spirit are our Eternal Divine Seal we received from Our God as
a Nation of The Holy Covenant.
We believe that our spiritual birth from God, through the Grace of the Holy Baptism of
The Covenant, entitled us to be heirs and servants of the Kingdom of God.
We believe that, in order for us to maintain such Divine birthright privilege, to confirm
our inheritance of God's Kingdom and to continue rendering our pertinent services, it is our
constant commitment to absolve our sins through incessant repentance and partake the Holy
Communion of Our Lord Jesus Christ.
We believe that the genuine manifestation and the distinctive identification of our Faith
in the Ethiopianhood of The Holy Covenant are best demonstrated by the typical Ethiopian deed
that we perform in consideration and reflection of our love for both Jesus Christ and the Virgin Mary.
We believe that it is our God who, in accordance with His Word of The Covenant,
inscribed in our hearts, taught us and made us to preserve in our lives this Ethiopianhood, which
is the embodiment of the Holy Covenant. Amen.