There is something pathetic in the Scriptural account of our Savior's brief interview with Nicodemus, who, under cover of night, sought counsel of him who spake "as one having authority, and not as the scribes. " So gentle and persuasive were Jesus' words that this "master of Israel" knew he could listen to them with profit.
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