People have been talking about aliens for years. The thought that extraterrestrial life could possibly exist has fascinated humans for centuries. The belief that humans on Earth are not alone has sparked curiosity, debates, research, and investigations.
People believe that aliens, also known as ET or extraterrestrial beings, come from other planets. I’m sure many have seen flickering lights, moving objects, and flying objects in the sky.
Below is a video about a UFO hearing that recently took place. “UFO whistleblower and more testify at congressional hearing.”
Videos of People Witnessing UFOs or Aliens
The discussion of aliens is a broad and debatable topic that has gone on for years. The objects and sounds that people see and hear are real. However, are they what the world is portraying them to be? In this biblical news, we will go over 4 topics about aliens. To know the truth about what is going on, we turn to the word of God. We will come from a biblical perspective and shed light on what the bible says.
Do aliens exist?
The simple answer, is no aliens do not exist. The account of creation is in Genesis 1&2 which is absent of life on other planets. Did God create beings apart from humans? Yes, He created all the angels.
Job 38:4-7 BSB; 4 Where were you when I laid the foundations of the earth? Tell Me, if you have understanding. 5 Who fixed its measurements? Surely you know! Or who stretched a measuring line across it? 6 On what were its foundations set, or who laid its cornerstone 7 while the morning stars sang together and all the sons of God shouted for joy?
As believers, we have one central focus in our lives, and chasing or debating aliens is not it.
John 17:2-3 BSB; 2 For You granted Him authority over all people,a so that He may give eternal life to all those You have given Him. 3 Now this is eternal life, that they may know You, the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom You have sent.
What are aliens, and why can we see them?
Fallen angels are what the world calls aliens. Satan and those who joined his rebellion against God can appear to be light, so we can see them.
2 Corinthians 11:14 BSB; And no wonder, for Satan himself masquerades as an angel of light.
What does it mean that Satan masquerades as an angel of light? Darkness and light are metaphors for evil and good. If anyone sees an angel of light, it will automatically seem to be a good being, for the correlation of evil with darkness, and of good with light, is a powerful archetype in human history. In the Bible, light is a spiritual metaphor for truth and God’s unchanging nature (James 1:17). It is repeatedly used in the Bible to help us understand that God is wholly good and truthful (1 John 1:5). When we are “in the light,” we are with Him (1 Peter 2:9). He exhorts us to join Him in the light (1 John 1:7), for giving us light was His purpose (John 12:46). Light is the place where love dwells and is comfortable (1 John 2:9-10). God has created light (Genesis 1:3), dwells in the light (1 Timothy 6:16) and puts the light in human hearts so that we can see and know Him and understand truth (2 Corinthians 4:6)…read in full by Got Questions
Will aliens be used as an explanation when people go missing (rapture)?
The truth is, we don’t know what lie they will use when the rapture happens and people go missing. At this time, they are heavily focusing on alien life.
During the tribulation, the Anti-christ will rule over all governments, economies, and religions. There will be a false prophet who demands everyone worship the beast (Satan) (Revelation 13:13-17).
The whole earth will willingly worship Satan because of so many lies (Matthew 24:24). And God will send a powerful deception to those who hate the truth (2 Thessalonians 2:11-12).
How does Satan deceive the people?
He seems to supernaturally perform powerful miracles. Satan’s abilities’ wisdom, knowledge, and strength will amaze everyone. He appears to be beyond human (Revelation 13:2-4).
Isn’t that what we are hearing now about aliens?
Will we see aliens during the tribulation?
Yes, during the tribulation, God will release demons onto the earth. There will be tormenting demons that sting people (Revelation 9:1-16).
An army of demons will rush to battle, with Satan as their leader (Revelation 9:7-11).
Demons will be released to kill 1/3 of the population on earth (Revelation 9:13-19).
At the end, demons will gather all nations for war against Christ Jesus (Revelation 16:14).
The tribulation will be a time of sorrow, fear, and suffering we cannot imagine. These demons will appear supernaturally strong and other worldly.
During the tribulation, will they call them aliens? Maybe. During this time, those who come to faith in Jesus Christ will know the truth. We hope that you won’t be left here during the tribulation to discover the truth.