Is Alien Abduction a Thing?
“Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it.”
Most sightings of UFOs – Unidentified Flying Objects – can be explained as natural or man-made phenomena. Objects that have been mistaken for alien craft include airplanes, satellites, weather balloons, lightning and the planet Venus. But there remains a hard minority of cases that cannot so easily be explained away. Such sightings may sometimes include abductions. Whatever you make of such things, it is clear that the subject has experienced something. It may not be what they think they experienced, but they have been affected in some way. And in most cases, such experiences of alien abduction are traumatic. The experiencer has in no way enjoyed the experience and is frequently afraid of the possibility of it happening again.
In his book Alien Intrusion, creation speaker Gary Bates describes the attempted abduction of a man named Bill. He was being levitated and taken away into a mist. In his fear and pain, he cried out, “Jesus, Jesus, help me!” He then recounts:
“I felt like it [the experience] was withdrawn, and I fell. I hit the bed, because it was like I was thrown back in bed.”
What sort of alien abduction can be halted by the name of Jesus? How can speaking the name of Jesus send the alien UFO away?
The answer is that these entities are not aliens from outer space. They are masquerading. They are demonic forces and spirits, intent on deception. But they cannot stand up to one whose Name is above every Name – Jesus Christ our Lord! Author: Paul F. Taylor
Thank You, Lord, that the Name of Jesus is higher than any other Name, and that, one day, at His feet, every knee will bow. Amen.
Ref: Bates, G. (2010), Alien Intrusion (Atlanta, GA: Creation Book Publishers). Image: Adobe Stock Images, licensed to author.