London is simply enormous, with a population of well over 8 million.
Surprisingly though, it can be notoriously hard to meet people.
If Christ is still dead, then He not only has no ability to save you in the future, but He can't help you now either.
If He were not alive, where would be your source of peace, joy, or satisfaction now?
In 1874, a Baptist minister named Robert Lowry penned one of the most stirring hymns to ever exalt the resurrection of Jesus Christ--"Low in the Grave He Lay." Notice how these verses contrast the impotence of death and suffering with the resurrection power of Christ: Low in the grave He lay, Jesus my Savior; Waiting the coming day, Jesus my Lord!
Vainly they watch His bed, Jesus my Savior; Vainly they seal the dead, Jesus my Lord!
For if the dead are not raised, not even Christ has been raised; and if Christ has not been raised, your faith is worthless; you are still in your sins.
Then those also who have fallen asleep in Christ have perished.
So don't forget the resurrection; rejoice in it and glory in it, for He is risen indeed.
Since a Christian has no Savior but Christ, no Redeemer but Christ, and no Lord but Christ, if Christ is not raised, He is not alive, and our Christian life is lifeless.
We would have nothing to justify our faith, our Bible study, our preaching or witnessing, our service for Him or our worship of Him, and nothing to justify our hope in this life or the next.
In light of the other consequences, the last is rather obvious.
"If we have hoped in Christ in this life only, we are of all men most to be pitied." Without Christ's resurrection, and the salvation and blessings it brings, Christianity would be pointless and pitiable.