In that moment, Jesus rejoiced in the Holy Spirit and said: “I praise you, Holy Father, Creator of heaven and earth, for hiding these things to the wise and revealing them to poor people.
My Father reveled me all things. No one knows the Father except the Son and anyone to whom the Son chooses to reveal (Lc 10, 21-22).
Jesus could reveal to us in a special way your parental love. After the Passover Supper, Jesus made a teaching that reveals the profound knowledge he had of you.
These are his words: “Whoever has seen me has seen the Father (Jo 14, 9). He further added that the Son is in the Father as the Father in the Son.
Jesus said that his miracles and his actions were signs of intimate union between him and the Father (Jo 14, 10-11).
By this he meant when he said to the Jews this essential truth: “I and the Father are one (Jo 10, 30).
With this teaching, Jesus meant that to signify that his course of action meant coincides with what the Fader want to.
Indeed, Jesus was always to confront their attitudes, choices, and outputs to your will. That is why the prayer was an ongoing dialogue with you.
This is why he taught his disciples the Lord's Prayer, not as a way to repeat mechanically but rather as a model of what should be a way of praying to Jesus (Matthew 6: 9-13) .
The Gospel of Matthew says that the good that we are busy making is never without reward, because you know the most intimate of our hearts (Mt 6, 4).
Jesus said that you are always aware of being our Father, and therefore know very well our needs even before we'll talk about them (Mt 6, 8).
Saint Paul says that through the faithfulness of your Son, you reconcile humanity not taking better account of our sins (2 Cor 5: 18-19).
You harmonize our brotherly love with your fatherly love, so that you optimize our love so we are all your children.
Similarly, when we forgive our brothers you also forgive our sins (Matthew 6: 14-15). Speaking to the Jews on your kindness and your goodness, Jesus said:
“You may be evil, but you know how to give good gifts to your children. How much more will your Father in Heaven will give you all kinds of goods (Mt 7, 11).
Jesus demonstrated the perfection and universality of your love and Jesus demonstrated the perfection and universality of your love to improve our way of loving, so that your Son became the firstborn among many brethren, as Saint Paul says (Rom 8, 29).
In the Gospel of Matthew Jesus says that every family finds in your love its fullness. These are the words of Jesus in this context:
“On land, call no man father, for one is your Father which is in heaven” (Mt 23, 9).
Wanting to improve our brotherly love, Jesus taught his apostles to love as you love humankind.
The gospel of Saint Luke tells us to be merciful towards each other like you are merciful to us (Luke 6, 36).