I hope that title got your attention. For decades, Christians have been wondering about the numerous UFO sightings, aliens and if there is any truth about the subject. They also have been afraid to even have a discussion on the subject matter, thinking that it would be “Un-Biblical” or against their Christian religion and philosophy. Well I can tell from a Biblical perspective, you just might be surprised. For all of us that truly wish to know God’s truth, we turn to the Bible for answers. God’s Word is the whole truth and nothing but the truth, so it’s important for us to understand the Biblical standpoint of the undeniable UFO encounters that seem to be appearing more often and in such diverse places.
Just a quick Google search will provide thousands of links to various sightings around the world. Yes, I’ll be the first to say there are many are hoaxes. However, if you really study the situation further, you’ll realize there are far too many situations from such diverse places that they simply can not all be hoaxes. There are far too many “coincidences” that are eerily similar. With the tv show Ancient Aliens becoming so popular, Christians are finding themselves confused.
Now I know what you must be thinking, why in the world would I bring up this subject and what does it matter. It matters alot in the end days. If we don’t understand the Biblical truth outlined in the Bible, how can we possibly understand what is heading our direction and how we should be prepared as Christians. If we are to be the salt and light of this world, how can we possibly not review this subject to know what God has told us about it?
As a pastor, it’s my responsibility to help us all prepare for Jesus’ return and this particular subject has become so widespread that it’s my duty to discuss it on a Biblical level. God has already told us in the Bible that the end days would be like Noah. So what does it mean according to God’s Word and how does it relate to UFO sightings and Aliens?
When Jesus described the events that will surround His second coming, He said, “Just as it was in the days of Noah, so will it be in the days of the Son of Man. They were eating and drinking and marrying and being given in marriage, until the day when Noah entered the ark, and the flood came and destroyed them all” (Luke 17:26–27). Jesus was pointing out that, although the people of Noah’s day were totally depraved, they were not the least bit concerned about it. They were carrying on the events of their lives without a single thought of the judgment of God. Noah is described as “a preacher of righteousness” (2 Peter 2:5), meaning he had spent years warning his friends and neighbors what the Holy God was about to do. No one listened.
The depravity and ungodly lifestyles of the entire world at that time were enough to cause the Lord to “regret that He had made man” (Genesis 6:6). Many scholars believe that part of the need to destroy every human being except Noah and his family was the sin mentioned in Genesis 6:1–4, when “the Nephilim were on the earth in those days, and also afterward, when the sons of God came in to the daughters of men, and they bore children to them.” As evil reproduced and overtook the world, the most merciful act God could perform was to start over.
Below I am providing a series of videos that were shown on Sid Roth’s “It’s Supernatural” program. Chuck Missler did a phenomenal job in presenting the Biblical truth as to why, how and what it all means Biblically speaking. I hope you take a moment to understand the phenomenon that will continue to escalate as the end times draws nearer. Watch with an open mind and ask God for His wisdom because the answers do exist and we should all be prepared with the truth.
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