"Where are you from?" This you will find in the 19th chapter of the Book of John. And the rabbi said to Pilate: "We have a law, and according to that law he ought to die, for he claims he is the Son of God." And their law would not allow that, for we know where this man is from, know all about him; and when Messiah appears no one will know where he is from. So his claim is false. When Messiah appears it will be mysteriously done. And yet we know exactly where this man is from. Even his own brothers do not believe in him. "And he said to his brothers, 'My time has not yet come, but your time is always here.'" And then he repeated it, but qualified it: "My time has not yet fully come." He knew his time. He is speaking of two entirely different times, two entirely different worlds, two different ages. So: "My time has not yet fully come, but your time is always here." But "my time had not yet fully come."