Nicodemus means "victory of the people."
The Pharisees thought the common man to be accursed.
Jesus brought salvation to even the uneducated.
Nicodemus should have know what "born again" meant, according to Jesus. It is explained in Jeremiah 31 and Ezekiel 36.
Nicodemus as a man of honor who stood with Jesu in His death.
What is a Christian Nation? It is a nation that takes the Ten Commandments as the foundation for its public policy and Laws. The First Commandment (Thou shall have no other God's before Me) means that Jesus Christ is publicly and openly honored as our Monarch, our Sovereign, Our Lord, our Saviour, our God: "He who does not honor the Son does not honor the Father." Reflection in the condition of the United States. Understanding the Prophets and speaking in terms of the Covenant (the Ten Commandments) and Deuteronomy 28.
Fritz Berggren, PhD
Pikes Peak Region
26 April A.D. 2021
The deception of "equality," the Kingdom of God is not about "equality." Divorce. Judgement Day. Violating children provokes God's wrath. The Cursed Fig Tree. The vineyard taken away from the Jews and given to a different ethnic group.
Judgement is NOT just for individuals, it is for entire nations -- ethnic groups. A nation IS and ethnic group. A nation is not defined by those existing inside a map drawing -- they have a common ancestor. God created Nations. The Covenant for the Nations is the Ten Commandments. Nations are judged in Time through History, AND on the Judgement Day. Examples. What can you do to created Christian Nations? Spread this message.
Borders were ordained by God even before the fall of Adam and Eve.
God separated that nations/bloodlines and established boundaries for them. "No Nations No Borders" is a cry of rebellion from the anti-Christs -- it is a call from the evil one to return to Babel.
Everyone expects their own fenced back yard to be respected, not to be shared with everyone; why then are national borders/fences seemingly a strange concept?
The invasion of a Christian nation by foreigners is a curse that comes upon a people that turns away from Jesus Christ to serve foreign gods.
Fritz outlines the collapse of the Enlightenment due entirely do the internal inconsistencies of its belief system. Secular scholars revealed it's bankruptcy and it centers around the inability of rational man to escape the boundaries of human language as the means of intellectual salvation. This, of course, is consistency with the Christian believe that "in the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word Was God," our Saviour, intellectually, is the Word of God.
As the Enlightenment order collapses, a new Christian Civilization is ready to arise.