It is no coincidence that the word of God save a profound and eloquent silence in relation to most of the events in the life of our Lord Jesus Christ in Palestine. For example, the Gospels only posted a few details of his Annunciation and birth, only to describe some aspects of his visit to the Temple in Jerusalem when she was 12 years old, and only make a very brief reference to the 30 years that Jesus lived in Nazareth, saying: Jesus grew, be strengthened, and filled with wisdom, and the grace of God was upon him (cf. Luke 2: 40). In solemn silence Jesus acquired physical strength, intellectual knowledge, spiritual wisdom and teaching eloquence. In solemn silence Jesus meditated, prayed and escudrinaba the deep hidden truths in the Scriptures.
In addition, in solemn silence Jesus escudrinaba the great book of nature, observing the birds, lilies, sea, sky, so that Jesus, in solemn silence, discovered his redemptive mission written on each petal of each flower, and in every book of the Bible. In solemn silence, in fact, the heavens declare the glory of God, and the firmament heralds the work of their hands; one day emits Word the other day and one night declares wisdom to the other night (cf. Psalm 19: 1 – 2). Because the invisible things of God, namely, his eternal power and deity, become clearly visible since the creation of the world, being understood through what has been made, so that they do not have an excuse (cf. Romans 1: 30). Jesus, reading the Holy Scriptures in silence found written with visible and invisible, each detail of his redemptive mission. We could say that in solemn and deep silence, Jesus saw what nobody had seen, heard that nobody had heard, understood that nobody had seen, found that no one had found, and discovered that no one had discovered.