It is easier to know the things of the son then to know the things of the father, because the son imitates the father that the son knows, and to imitate is to simply recognize. In the same manner, no man can know the will of God unless that man becomes servant beloved of God but evens so that man as servant beloved of God only knows the will of God as servant beloved but the will of God which God has for that servant as beloved of God. But when that will of God has come to be completed or established, God will have another will for that servant beloved but as long as that man remains a servant even though beloved of God, he will not know God’s greater will for him until God adopts or renames that servant beloved to son beloved of God. And as son beloved of God he will know God’s greater will for him as son beloved.
Interestingly, that the will or the promise of God may be the same one declared or stated or reveled through all the stages or states of his beloved. That is to say, if God declared or stated to his servant beloved that he will lack nothing, that may be the same declaration or revelation that God would declare or state or revel to the servant beloved once he becomes son beloved of God. However, the will or the promise or the declaration or revelation is not really the same because as son beloved there will be more meaning to the will of God that he will lack nothing and as son beloved he will know more of the will of God.