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When Jesus was finally sentenced to die and lifted up on the cross, Nicodemus remembered the story of the brass snake and recognized Jesus as the world’s Savior. 

After Jesus had risen from the dead and returned to heaven, when the disciples were in hiding to escape arrest, Nicodemus stepped up to help.  The one who had been so quiet and cautious now spent his entire fortune keeping the young church alive as it began to spread the story of Jesus to the world. 

Nicodemus was hated and persecuted by those who had honored him before. 

Nicodemus shared this story with John, who wrote it down in his history of the life and teachings of Jesus.  The truths Jesus taught that night are still as important as they were when a Jewish ruler heard them from the humble Teacher of Galilee.

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