In a jam? Just transform yourself into a goat.

Read this article about a man who supposedly transformed himself into a goat when he was about to be apprehended for stealing a car.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090123/ap_on_fe_st/odd_goat_thief

Bet you wish you could do that!

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4 Responses to In a jam? Just transform yourself into a goat.

  1. Robynne says:

    That would be nifty.

  2. Andrew says:

    Let’s hope he knows how to go back to human form. 😉

    Black magic? Hmm, now there’s a question. Is something like that possible for those people who surrender themselves over to that kind of stuff?

  3. Tim Farley says:

    Is it possible? Well, what do you think? I tend to believe it is not. Even the Bible speaks of those who attempted (or seemed) to perform miracles as frauds (Acts 8:9-24; 2 Timothy 3:8-9),except those who did so with God’s assistance.

  4. Andrew says:

    Well yes, I don’t think anybody can perform a legit miracle without the assistance of God. But I also can’t go as far as saying that the “other side” has no power (however limited and miniscule it is when comparing the two). For instance, how do you explain ghost and UFO sightings? Hoaxes many of them are but can’t some be explained by demonic forces posing as these things? It’s a huge distraction for many people, just what Satan likes to do. It’s the same with black magic, tarot cards, palm readings etc . None of these things have power apart from the amount that, for some reason, God chooses to allow. But I guess you can go as far as saying that any distraction (no matter how small it may be) that is apart from the will of God is used by the opposition to trick and distract.

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