Well, it's October 1, which means Spooky Season is officially upon us.
And like your neighbor whose jack-o-lantern has been rotting on his porch since Labor Day, Jill Duggar is getting a jump on the festivities by freaking everyone right the hell out.
Sure, the Duggars don't celebrate Halloween, and they think you're going to hell if you do, but they still enjoy scaring the ever-loving crap out of everyone!
Of course, the Counting On clan has no time for ghouls and goblins.
They're more interested in the state of your eternal soul and what they feel is the strong possibility that it'll spend the next ten thousand years getting poked in the ass by a pitchfork.
Yes, everyone once in a while the Duggars just like to remind you that you're going to hell.
Sometimes, these dire warnings take the form of a t-shirt or a sermon, but more often the D-gang simply interrupts your Tuesday with a gentle nudge and a whisper of "don' forget, eternal damnation awaits."
Among Jim Bob and Michelle's kids, the preferred means of communication these days is social media.
And no one is more active on the 'Gram than Jill Duggar.
This could be because Jill is unemployed and has a lot of time on her hands, or it could be ... actually, that's the only reason we can think of.
Whatever the case, the mother of two surprised her followers this week when she posted a link to a song about death.
Of course, this wasn't some cool metal song about death, but a Christian pop-hymn about the possibility with lyrics that contemplate the afterlife.
The song, "10,000 Reasons” by Matt Redman, finds the singer contemplating where he'll spend the next "ten thousand years."
Jill linked to the full version and posted several clips, demonstrating a preference for the verses about "when the end draws near."
“Can I get an Amen?!! Thankful this morning for God’s goodness!” Jill captioned the pic.
Naturally, she received many "amen"s -- but several fans confessed to being a little freaked out by the sentiment.
None of this is surprising, of course, as the Duggars have always been big on the scare tactic brand of Christianity.
Basically, if Stephen King had written a book of the Bible, that sh-t would be right up their alley.