Read John 3 today.

This is one of those chapters that gives us plenty of things to think about. Who was Nicodemus? Why did he come after dark? Was he afraid to be seen with Jesus? Was this just the first available time slot in his schedule?
The thing I appreciate about Nicodemus is that he came. He was a religious leader, yet he was not so arrogant as to think he already had all of the answers. He recognized an opportunity to spend time with Jesus, and he took advantage of it.
Do you already know everything you need to know? Is there something more Jesus could teach you, if you spent more time with Him? When is the best time in your schedule for you to say, “Rabbi, I know God has sent you to teach me?”
John 3:1-4 NLT
There was a man named Nicodemus, a Jewish religious leader who was a Pharisee. [2] After dark one evening, he came to speak with Jesus. “Rabbi,” he said, “we all know that God has sent you to teach us. Your miraculous signs are evidence that God is with you.” [3] Jesus replied, “I tell you the truth, unless you are born again, you cannot see the Kingdom of God.” [4] “What do you mean?” exclaimed Nicodemus. “How can an old man go back into his mother’s womb and be born again?”