It is usually agreed upon that we can not grasp God’s abilities of knowledge within our finite understandings. My question is can we relate to His knowledge in a Trinitarian type methodology? A couple of points: Regarding the controversial subject of “kenosis” we see a type separation of knowledge that we hear from Jesus’ Own words: (Mar 13:32) But of that day and that hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels which are in heaven, neither the Son, but the Father. Regarding Jesus Christ’s Omnipotent abilities He said He could do nothing of Himself , but what he sees the Father do, and we know the third Person (HS) is the mediator and the Son had the Spirit without measure. (John 3:34) (Joh 5:19) Then answered Jesus and said unto them, Verily, verily, I say unto you, The Son can do nothing of himself, but what he seeth the Father do: for what things soever he doeth, these also doeth the Son likewise. The Father sent the Son to do His will within time, and as I think most can agree that God relates to us within time, and that we exist within time as part of His creation. I ponder the purpose of TIME especially in connection to life “In Christ” life being through the mediator “Holy Spirit” and the HS as a necessary connection by Divine design to bridge TIME in which I would lean to presume that the Son at least existed within the limitations of time while the Father always remains Omnitemporal (and state to relinquish controversial debate that of course to in the form of the Trinity the Son is also Omnitemporal). This is getting hard to articulate but I’m trying to see if there is light to that the Son, not being created, always existing, having the Spirit without measure, did exist within God’s creation which includes TIME, in conjunction with being our Savior, with and for a purpose, as possibly a “Devine bridge” to the Father who in truth, is not, can not, be limited in knowledge by TIME and that Christ also serves as a “Divine function” to the truths of our nature that Time does exist for us? Question: Why couldn’t there be a methodology regarding more than one type of knowledge of God being that He exists in a Trinitarian existence? Can God be sovereign enough to have both types of knowledge, in and out of time, to suit His purposes of creation?