by Zach Terry

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Sin Goes Viral (7 of 32)
Series: Genesis
Zach Terry
Genesis 8:20-9:29

INTRODUCTION: The buzz word in the marketing world is "viral". This is where you take a short video, text message, and release it on pre-existing social networks in order to develop increases in brand awareness or to achieve sales.
• Old Spice - Old Spice launched the fastest growing online viral video campaign ever, garnering 6.7 million views after 24 hours, watch Isaiah Mustafa, the Old Spice man. The spot has been seen by most Americans, but it only ran for 3 days.
• A local man (I use that term loosely) Antoine Dodson, went viral with his rebuke of an attempted rapist with his stern reproof - "You so dumb, fo real!"
The camera just happened to be at the right place at the right time.
The Virile spread of news and information is common because the world has shrunk with the advent of social networks, but there was a time with the World was much small than it is now. The entire human race consisted of 8 people in the post flood world. One person happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time and witnessed an event that literally changed the course of human history.
CONTEXT: Remember last week we saw Noah finally off the Ark offering a burnt offering up to the Lord. Now no doubt there was incredible fear and uncertainty in the heart of Noah and his family. From what we can tell for around a year there had been no word from God, no plan for the future.
Fear - Anytime you see God judge a people, there is great fear that sweeps over. CR - Annanias and Saphira. No doubt here Noah and his family are terrified - So God steps in and reassures Noah.
God Promises Protection 20 Then Noah built an altar to the LORD, and took of every clean animal and of every clean bird and offered burnt offerings on the altar. 21 The LORD smelled the soothing aroma; and the LORD said to Himself, "I will never again curse the ground on account of man, for the intent of man's heart is evil from his ...

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