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Opinion / Religion - June 14, 2021

Mike's World Views by Mike Henry

The UFO craze makes me smile. Otherwise sane people are on the bandwagon, like Tucker Carlson of Fox News. I suppose behind it is the belief that there has to be something more out there.
Well, there is something more. An alien has invaded the earth, namely Jesus Christ. The perfect and only God/Man and Savior. God the Holy Spirit now continues this alien invasion, along with the Holy Angels. Christ came to destroy the works of other alien invaders, namely Satan and the fallen Angels. You can read all about it in the Bible. You are actually in the story, like it or not.
What all of this has to do with UFO sightings is probably nothing. I don’t think modern radar can detect the spirit world.
The UFO craze is a waste of time. There are natural explanations for these sightings, even if we don’t know what they are (yet). It’s like the faith-healing movement. It looks like a miracle, but later we discover it was staged, or there’s a natural explanation for it.
When Jesus Christ returns it won’t be as a UFO. Revelation 1:7 says, “Behold, he cometh with the clouds; and every eye shall see him, and they also which pierced him: and all kindreds of the earth shall wail because of him. Even so, Amen.”

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