Nothing can ever happen to us that Christ has not known long ago.

J.C.Ryle, comments on Luke 21:20-24 We should mark in this passage, our Lord Jesus Christ’s perfect knowledge. He gives us a fearful picture of the miseries which were coming on Jerusalem. Forty years before the armies of Titus encompassed the city, the dreadful circumstances which would attend the siege are minutely described. The distress of … More Nothing can ever happen to us that Christ has not known long ago.

Perfect Knowledge

J.C.Ryle comments on the Triumphal Entry in Luke 19:28-38  Let us mark, for one thing, in these verses, the perfect knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ. We see Him sending two of His disciples to a village, and telling them that they would find at the entrance of it, “a colt tied, whereon yet never … More Perfect Knowledge