When a weary world receives good news, it rejoices. It pays attention and wants more. During the height of the global shutdown from the COVID-19 pandemic, actor John Krasinski started a YouTube show called Some Good News. The show exploded in popularity, with over seventy-two million views in two months. The premise of the show was short stories focusing on good things people were doing for others all over the world (Joey Reams, “Why Some Good News with John Krasinski Disappeared,” Looper, June 6, 2022, https://www.looper.com/370822/why-some-good-news-with-john-krasinski-disappeared/). The good news of the gospel, when shared with others, can create a thrill of hope.
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