Short answer, of course it does. It makes me think about death, and what kind of world is being left for my children. Thank you for sharing this. Many people are very quick to dismiss Christianity as an old-timey myth and even hoax at many times. There is a lot of corruption in churches for sure and ways people can point fingers, but if you read the teachings of Jesus, you'll realize that even the fools and hypocrites are never able to undermine the message he brought for humanity. His message gets watered down many times, but when you go to the source, it's powerful, and provides hope where it looks hopeless. We don't live in a sober society, and I'm not just talking about alcohol and psychoactive substance. We live steeped in comfort and in such a well secured bubble. Life can seem hectic at times, but in the spectrum of human history, most of us live in a lot of order. We are able to live in a world of comfort and drown out the idea of mortality. Events such as wars, pandemics, natural disasters, etc, are no doubt horrible and I pray that God will spare us from these things, but they do have the effect of waking people up. It's the bucket of icy water thrown on a drunk man. I hope people do think more about this and take the afterlife seriously. If anyone's determined after careful thought that you don't believe in that, I'm not going to try and convince anyone of anything. But sometimes these events can push people into forcing them to consider it in a way they never were able to before. Thanks again for sharing.I saw an interesting video related to the Coronavirus recently.
Check it out.
Does the Corona-virus make you think more about death?