by Daniel Rodgers

Signs and Wonders
Dan Rodgers
2 Peter 3:10-15, 17, 18
Sunday, June 5, 2005

ILLUS: In an article written on May 29th, by WorldNet Daily, the headline begins: Prophet summons UFO for camera. Las Vegas TV station captures, broadcasts image. An ABC-TV affiliate in Las Vegas broadcast images of a UFO summoned by a self-styled "prophet" who predicts many more will be seen throughout the area next week.

Ramon Watkins, also known as "Prophet Yahweh" agreed to meet with a reporter and camera crew of KTNV at a location of their choice and time.

What they witnessed, and captured on camera, stunned the reporter and crew.

Watkins claims to have seen some 1,500 UFOs over the last 25 years and has learned to summon them by reading the Old Testament.

ILLUS: National Geographic produced a commercial this week, promoting a 2-hour premier, dedicated to the discussion of extraterrestrials. Their website reads: "A dazzling galactic journey brings you face-to-face with fantastic alien life-forms that scientists believe could exist in our own Milky Way galaxy."

In advance of the program, National Geographic conducted a survey, asking people if they believed in other life forms or extraterrestrials. They found that 60 percent of Americans believe there is life on other planets.

1. The question comes to mind; is there life beyond earth? Do extraterrestrials really exist? Did God create other life forms? The answer is "No!" Nowhere in Scripture do we find even a hint of life existing beyond planet earth. There is, however, a supernatural force that exists--a force more powerful than the human race. It is a demonic force, controlled and empowered by Satan. In Scripture he is called "the prince and power of the air." The Apostle Paul wrote in Ephes. 6:12, For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.

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