I just saw this in my News Feed today and I thought I'd tear it up for Christ's sake (you can take that both ways).
Greatest man in history...
Speak for yourself. Nobody ever gets to declare the greatest man in history.
Hardly. More like, Yeshua bin Maryam.
...had no servants, yet they called him Master.
Master can also mean 'adept' (which he was) not just 'lord of servants' (which he also was if you consider all his yes-man disciples).
Had no degree, yet they called him Teacher.
You're speaking in contemporary terms. No, he did not receive a degree from university; nobody else did. All you needed to do was to study the scriptures or the law, which all rabbis did (including Jesus).
Had no medicines, yet they called him Healer.
So could a witch-doctor.
He had no army, yet kings feared Him.
What were their names? From where? There is a story about one king who feared his coming; he was paranoid.
He won no military battles, yet He conquered the world.
If you consider the popes and the bishops and the vast papal armies part of Jesus, then yes, he did conquer most of the known world in a span of two thousand years -- quite forcibly and with a lot of blood.
He committed no crime, yet they crucified Him.
Actually, he did: He was executed for blasphemy and sedition, grave crimes at that time for both Jews and Romans.
He was buried in a tomb, yet He lives today.
Okay, look: Historically, we don't even know for sure if he was ever born. Aside from the gospels we have -- which, by the way, were strategically picked from 20 or so other gospels of the time, written at least a hundred years after the supposed time of Jesus of Galilee -- we have nothing else but ambiguous archaeological clues.
Re-post if you believe.
When has believing ever trumped actual doing? Even if I did believe, it doesn't really prove anything, and it won't help the cause of christian love and hope, in the same way that posting a photograph of your favourite cartoon character helps stop child abuse. If you really love Jesus (I know I do), go out there and share that love with actual people. Make it practical and relevant instead of passing on some meme on Facebook about how lucky you are to be a "Christian".