Jesus was born of the Holy Ghost. The Holy Ghost opened intercession between Jesus and God the Father. Jesus could ask God in prayer for anything, including wisdom or understanding. God would answer His prayers. Jesus' comprehension of the Bible was keenly superior to the Pharisees or Sadducees. They were reading the Bible literally, without asking God in prayer to explain its meaning. They could not proclaim eureka to the semantics (i.e. hidden manna) to be made known in Revelation. If we, as Christians , are mature reborn through the baptism by fire and the Holy Ghost, then we become new creatures in Christ. As such, we who are mature reborn, being lead by the Holy Spirit, will have a totally different interpretation (i.e. connotation vs. denotation) of God's word, than any unborn or newborn, who hasn't first prayed to God. The unborn or newborn will read the Bible verbatim to stir up confusion. The end result is strife. As siblings of the body of Christ (i.e. church), we own a sacred and/or moral duty to God to correct our unborn or newborn baby siblings. God's house isn't a playground to fun around with as Hophni or Phinehas. God's mansions are kept peaceful and orderly as any church sanctuary. If we as elders, shirk our duty to admonish our unborn or newborn babies, then we leave God with no option, but to seal our fate as was done with the priest Eli. Amen!