“Jesus did not trust himself to them, for … He Himself knew what was in man” (John 2:24-25). Think how Jesus knew people: About John the Baptist he said, “I must increase, he must decrease.” Andrew asked, “Where are you staying?” He said “Come and you will see.”
Impetuous Peter denied him; He restored him. Philip would not come unless called, so He called him. His mother Mary; He corrected. To the intellectual Nicodemus He said, “You must be born again.” To the Samaritan woman who wanted to argue; He made her a messenger to her city. The nobleman whose son was ill; He healed him. The cripple at Bethesda; He stood him on his feet. The adulterous woman; He delivered her and charged her. A man born blind; He gave him sight. Lazarus, who was dead; He gave him life. Thomas was skeptical, so He was patient. Judas was a thief, so He exposed him. Mary Magdala was possessed with evil spirits, so He cast them out.
Here is the truth of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation; Jesus knows you. All things are naked and open to His eyes, and He loves you and is able to save you to the uttermost.