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Why is Nicodemus important? Did Nicodemus get saved?

Biography of Nicodemus

Full name:Nicodemus
Place of birth:Sea of Galilee
Nationality:Israeli
Date of birth:first century BC
Death day:70 AD
The thread of life:unknown
Children:0
Sect:Pharisee
Summary of life:Nicodemus was a priest from ancient times living in AD, who was saved in the end by Christ.
Life lessons:It is known that he had the Holy Spirit inside him, because in the end he gave up at everything and went to follow Christ, after His resurrection.
Life accomplishments:He gained Christ and eternal life, and he was curious about how can he get into the kingdom of God
Death cause:natural causes. He died because of his age

Biblical places from the times of Nicodemus

  1. Jerusalem- The exact location of Jerusalem and its temple
  2. Sea of Galilee- Where is the Sea from the Galilee land?
  3. Kinneret- Is Kinneret located in Jerusalem? Is it the Sea?
  4. Mount of Olives- How are Mount Olives described in the Bible?

Christ clearly shows Himself to be God through words: No one can ascend to heaven except the Son of Man, who came down from heaven and is in heaven. But also the fact that he was sent by the Father, and the purpose for which the sending was done: “For God so loved the world that He gave His Son, the only-begotten, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have eternal life.” A purpose must have astonished Nicodemus, who was undoubtedly filled with divine love at that moment.

The Bible tells us about Nicodemus that he was a Pharisee, a member of the Sanhedrin who stood among the chief priests and the charismatic. He came to Jesus in the night led by the Spirit of the Lord.

Christ reveals to Nicodemus a dramatic reality, namely that although God has illuminated the world unceasingly, through prophets, priests, and then in a perfect way through Christ, most people have chosen sin, darkness, and hated light so that their evil deeds would not be seen.

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