In the Bible, Pilate says to Jesus, what is truth? It more likely than not been an intriguing sight to see, being the Author of this world to hear those words. Except if the Author definitely realized what planned to occur. Gee. Well that is an interesting point. In Luke part 9, we learn of a specific man that says to Jesus, "I will follow you any place you go." The From the Beginning Word in the Flesh goes to him and says, "Foxes have openings, and birds of the air have homes, yet the Son of man has no place to lay his head." What might He actually have implied by these words? Is there any opportunity for us to acquire understanding into what is being said? Indeed there is. Also the appropriate responses are in the Bible. Before we get further into the significance, we first need to see more with regards to Jesus Christ. Also nothing about the accompanying refrains have changed today. Also that makes me sob, harshly. "He is disdained and dismissed of men; a man of distresses, and familiar with despondency: and we stowed away so to speak our appearances from him; he was loathed, and we regarded him not. Definitely he hath borne our distresses, and conveyed our distresses: at this point we regarded him stricken, stricken of God, and burdened. However, he was injured for our offenses, he was wounded for our evildoings: the rebuke of our tranquility had arrived; and with his stripes we are recuperated. All we like sheep have gotten sidetracked; we have turned each one to his own specific manner; and the Lord hath laid on him the evildoing of all." – Isaiah 53:3-6. As recently said, those stanzas actually apply today. Anyway, I will ask you once more, what is truth? Is the Bible valid, or is man? Does the Word lie? Does GOD lie? Or then again, isn't that right? "He is scorned and dismissed of men; a man of distresses, and familiar with anguish." Many might say that they know the Lord. Many will guarantee that their natural lives have some way or another improved in the wake of tracking down Jesus Christ. What does the Bible tell us? "These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye may find harmony. On the planet ye will have adversity: however be happy; I have beaten the world." "Favored are they that grieve: for they will be console." "For I figure that the sufferings of right now are not qualified to be contrasted and the greatness which will be uncovered in us." "For genuine distress worketh apology to salvation not to be apologized of: yet the distress of the world worketh passing."