Why do certain online content go ‘viral’? Well, Jonah Berger co-authored a research paper with Katy Milkman called “What Makes Online Content Go Viral?” and in it, they shared insights that you absolutely can’t overlook. They concluded that positive content is more viral than negative, content that evoke high positive emotional arousal is more viral, and practical useful information is most likely to get shared. Jesus was the Master of setting viral wild fires. In Luke 7:12 Jesus approached a town called Nain during a certain funeral procession. He noticed the heart of the widowed mother and was moved with compassion. (v13) He then walked over to the coffin and touched it and He said, “Young man, I say to you, arise.” (v14) The dead young man later sat up and began to talk; Jesus later took him to his mother. (v15) The large crowd that witnessed this miracle was filled awe and the news went viral! The news spread throughout ALL of Judea and the ALL of the surrounding country. (v17) If you are reading this message and you are born again-dipped in the blood believer spread the news to everyone that you come in contact with. The blood of Jesus is the greatest viral news that has ever been shared.


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