Also, a man's unwillingness to stop and ask for directions is consistent with his survival instincts and actually not stubborn at all. First, the act of stopping the car, and rolling down the window, makes him (and you) more vulnerable than he is willing to be just to get some place faster.
He knew enough about religious to recognize that religion is not enough! He understood that it is not WHAT you know but it is WHO you know.
Let me ask you, "If you were to die tonight do you know for sure you would go directly to Heaven to be with God eternally?"
I am not asking you, "Are you religious?" Nicodemus was religious but he also recognized he was spiritually lost - eternally lost! He had an urgency to do something about that. You should have an urgency about that as well!
As you read this and as you, like Nicodemus, honestly recognize that you are unsure about your eternal destination will you face it with the same sense of urgency he did? And will you do what he did? Will you look to Jesus for the directions to get to Heaven? Will you humble yourself to accept His Way? That would be wise since He IS "the Way, the Truth, and the Life and no one comes to the Father except through Him."
Stay with me this week and I will point you to Jesus and show you how to get to Heaven from where you are. You can replace your haunting fears about eternity with a hopeful faith about your future!