Random Numbers…

The estimated world population at the time of Christ (c. A.D. 1)– 300,000,000

Estimated world population in 2018–7.6 billion.  China and India each have populations exceeding 1 billion.

An estimated 50,000,000 people died in the influenza pandemic one hundred years ago (1918).  Nearly 1/5 of the world’s population was infected/attacked by this virus.

1,503– the number of people who died in the sinking of the Titanic…there were enough life vests for every passenger on board, but not enough boats were available to keep people out of the freezing waters of the Atlantic.

700,000,000 watched at least part of the World Cup this year.

Just over 130,000,000 Americans voted in the 2016 presidential elections (an estimated 58% of eligible voters)

Over 60,000,000 lives were lost in World War II (Some estimates run as high as 80 million)  This includes soldiers, civilians, detainees, prisoners of war, and victims of the Holocaust.

Over 60,000,000 Americans have lost their chance at life since the Supreme Court ruling in Roe v Wade in 1973.  Fact Check
In 2018– nearly 30,000,000 abortions are estimated to have taken place worldwide– nearly 700,000 of them in the U.S.  Abortion Counter

325– the estimated number of people who have been murdered in Chicago, Illinois, so far in 2018.

“Baby Shark” has been viewed over 1.6 billion times on YouTube alone, and the creators estimate a viewership of 3.3 billion worldwide.  The Story behind Baby Shark

48,692,183,040 — the number of water drops/teardrops it would take to fill an Olympic sized swimming pool for Baby Shark.  calculation here

70 x 7–(490)—-The number of times Jesus suggested we forgive our brother who offends us.

10 — the number of Jesus’s original disciples who were martyred  (Judas hanged himself, and John died in exile on Patmos).

3,000 –the number of converts on the day of Pentecost.  From this number, the Church has spread to nearly every corner of the earth, and lives, communities, nations, and people groups have been radically transformed.

1–Lord and Savior, whose death and resurrection wipes away the curse of death, disease, and Sin!

 

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