Nicodemos You Must Be Born Again book written by byNicodemus you must be born again is a complete self-interpreted message to the children and the men of God, who have been in ministry for many years and claim to be doing well in ministry but still needs to be born again. Some have promoted themselves to Bishops, Apostles, Pastors, Prophets and Evangelists and are still looking forward to what would make them great in the sight of men but in the sight of God they are Nicodemus who needs to be born again of water and of the Spirit in JESUS’ name for the remissions of their sins.
Nicodemos You Must Be Born Again is a complete self-interpreted message to the children and the men of God, who have been in ministry for many years, claim to be doing well in ministry, but still need to be born again.
About Author Midagbodji Ablam
PASTOR MIDAGBODJI ABLAM (ABRAHAM) is the Pastor of the Holy Faith Pentecostal Church in Udine, Italy. He is also a member of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World (P.A.W) Inc. After struggling in ministry, the Lord Jesus Christ has blessed him with the gift of teaching and deliverance from demonic and doctrine bondage. He has been given the grace to unveil certain hidden truths from the scriptures which are difficult to be understood with our carnal minds.
Nicodemus is a significant figure in the New Testament of the Christian Bible. He was a Pharisee and a member of the Jewish ruling council called the Sanhedrin. Nicodemus is most prominently mentioned in the Gospel of John, where his encounters with Jesus are recorded.
One of the most well-known passages involving Nicodemus is found in John 3:1-21. In this passage, Nicodemus visits Jesus at night to inquire about his teachings. During this conversation, Jesus introduces the concept of being “born again” or “born from above,” emphasizing the spiritual transformation required to enter the kingdom of God.
Nicodemus also appears later in the Gospel of John. In John 7:50-52, he defends Jesus in front of the Sanhedrin, suggesting that Jesus should be given a fair hearing before judgment. And after the crucifixion of Jesus, Nicodemus, along with Joseph of Arimathea, assists in preparing Jesus’ body for burial, as described in John 19:38-42.
Nicodemus’ story is often seen as a representation of someone seeking spiritual understanding and transformation. His initial visit to Jesus at night suggests a sense of curiosity and perhaps a desire to learn more without attracting attention. Over time, his interactions with Jesus seem to lead to a growing understanding of Jesus’ message and the importance of faith.
The story of Nicodemus provides valuable lessons about humility, seeking truth, and the transformative power of faith. It could be a great starting point for discussions and lessons in children’s Christian literature as well.