I don’t see much other than eliciting panic and of course, the media outlets are doing well [which they enjoy] stirring up panic. They offer little if any meaningful suggestions that might get the listener to feel there are things he/she might be able to do . I imagine most people might be stirred up in panic and it is a shame to think so many would feel little but hopeless. This likelihood -and the incessant media love of panic – makes it unlikely I would pass the video on. After all, picture real panic events of the paast and some pseudo events like “Y2K” which did the same..
Who needs mobs storming the stores and piling up goods to sit out the pandemic – little thinking beyond their death likely to happen soon after the terrible suffering they now anticipate. Will these folks answer their doors to hungry and sick neighbors and pass out whatever help they have stockpiled for themselves in true charity?
Remember how good people stormed the churches after “911” and knelt down to pray and seek God? It was over before the week ended and has never been repeated. Fewer and fewer of us know for sure that the only answer today is to assemble and call upon our God for help and mercy – to ask God to show our non-Christian family and friends the way, the truth, and His Son as the only way to life and safety.
I do not accept this video as the word of God – He has no part in the list of participants or very little, so I won’t pass it on. But, I will as God leads me to encourage people to give themselves in any way they can out of true love – to thank God for knowing Him ourselves – to help any we are able to help – but perhaps most of all to keep telling others that there is only one answer – the same answer we always have – Talk to God and love thy neighbor.
May God bless and take care of your neighbors and friends where you are and protect you from everything that is not Godly.