Moses erected a metal snake in the desert, so it has to go through the same thing with the son of man: the son of man will be also raised. So everyone who creates (put your whole trust) in the son of man will have eternal life. (Not to be confused with Nobel Laureate in Economics!). God loved the world that he gave his only son so that everyone who believes in him shall not perish but might have eternal life. God did not send his son into the world to condemn the world, but to save it through him. In other words Jesus said that the he knew things in the sky very well because he came from there but that it was well aware that if Nicodemus spoke of this surely would not stop him balls nor would believe him, but continued giving him the key to any salvation. He said, in metaphor, that the would that die lifted (crucified), but which precisely because in that Act condensate the salvation of humanity, would anyone believe in the one who gave his life with love to be crucified and which was resurrected after three days have eternal life because that was the Salvation: put all our trust in Jesus who died for us and who lives foreverrepenting us and separating us from our sins. Now, if Jesus is who he claims to be, if the is God as certainly is (in the beginning there was already the verb, and the word was with God, and the word was God John 1: 1), do not you think that the logical thing and the best thing for you would give your life, let it come into his heart as his sole and sufficient Goddo, as God resurrected and alive, accepting the wonderful gift of eternal life to the le offers daily and repenting of all what you dislike him has done? Beyond wondering at her apartment, alone, if his life was worth it, if his life has sense, if your life has purpose, if you are really happy.