posted on Dec, 23 2012 @ 11:56 PM
reply to post by December21st2012
I can't say too much. Most of this is not from scripture and as thus, should not be taken literally. But...
Suppose that Satan spoke to God, as he is wont to do (if you don't believe me, read the book of Job), and similar to accusing Job of only loving God
for his blessings, he accused Christ of only being perfect for having heavenly knowledge while he was here. So Christ being the almighty lover that he
is says "no condition could change my perfection, for I know what things are good and evil in my heart."
As for a connection to His Father, that is easy. Father could simply manifest in human form and remain incognito to Jesus to guide him without
revealing his true nature.
But this is all just speculation. So make of it what you will.