A Million COVID-19 Cases and the Power of One

In this post, learn how the power of one spreads the coronavirus disease like wildfire and how you can use the same power in preaching the Gospel!

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On April 4, 2020, just last Thursday, the number of COVID-19 cases reached one million. As you can imagine, the coronavirus disease has taken the world by storm.

What started to be a simple flu in Wuhan, China has turned out to be a pandemic that is brought the world into a halt.

COVID-19 started with just one virus, with just one cough, with just one sore throat, and with just one case. 

It is interesting to note that on average, one COVID-19 patient could infect three people.

If you do the math, one person could lead to three new infections.

Three infections could lead to nine infections, nine infections could lead to 27 infections. 

27 infections lead to 81 infections. 

81 infections lead to 243 infections and the number just goes on and on until we reach thousands, hundreds of thousands, and now we reached a more than a million and who knows, this might even reach to multiple millions of it won’t slow down.

And it all started with just one case.

Friends, I want to show to you the power of one. 

I want to show you one thing simple thing could lead to another and eventually so big that the world can’t ignore anymore.

What seems to be small, baby steps, have now become gigantic and powerful strides.

That’s how viral the coronavirus disease is.

No wonder, we are seeing how the world’s government has a hard time containing it.

As you can see, that’s the power of one.

Now, thankfully, the power of one does not only work with deadly viruses. 

It doesn’t just work negatively, but also positively.

Today, I want to ask you to use the power of one in the effort to preach the Good News of the coming Kingdom of God.

This dying world desperately needs to hear the good news that one day, Jesus Christ or Yahshua the Messiah will step into this world and establish the Kingdom of God.

Imagine, if every one of us will do our part in preaching the Gospel, think about the impact we can do in this world. 

Think about how we can change the world for the better.

If every one of us will spread the good news, we will be able to bring God’s word to more people.

If one Christian is able to “infect” three people with God’s word, then those three people would then infect another nine people, then the nine people would infect 27 people and the chain does not break, what kind of world would we all have?

I’m sure it will be something way better than what we have right now.

So, instead of spreading fake news, spread the good news.

Instead of spreading negativity, spread positivity.

Instead of sharing non-sense and rubbish content in social media, share a Bible verse.

Instead of talking about yourself, talk about how great God is.

Instead of spreading how bad your government is in handling the COVID-19 pandemic, tell the world that God is in control.

Instead of saying how hopeless your life is, talk about how God has given you hope.

I hope we take advantage of the power of one.

You can do something no matter who you are.

No matter how small your effort may be, when we gather then together, we can do a great work.

Together, we can make a difference.

Let love, faith, and hope go viral

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