The Solid Declaration, Article viii, paragraph. 72 reads..."For upon Him [Christ] the Father poured without measure the Spirit of wisdom and power, so that, as man, He has received through this personal union all knowledge and all power in deed and truth." and "...so that He [Christ, according to His human nature] not only knows some things and is ignorant of others, can do some things and is unable to do others, but [according to the assumed human nature] knows and can do all things" How do we reconcile this with the teaching that Christ doesn't know the hour of His return, and that we say Christ 'veiled" Himself according to His humanity? Doesn't that go against our own confessions that say He "knows and can do all things"?
Some of the words you cited describe Jesus’ state of humiliation—that time in Jesus’ earthly life when he did not always or fully use his divine powers and attributes.
We get an idea of what that state was like from Jesus’ words of not knowing the day or hour of his visible return to this earth on the Last Day (Matthew 24:36). As God, Jesus knows all things. During his state of humiliation, when he spoke those words, Jesus chose not to tap into that knowledge about the Last Day.
Our minds struggle to comprehend the mystery in which God and man are one in Jesus Christ. Scripture puts it this way: “Beyond all question, the mystery from which true godliness springs is great: He appeared in the flesh, was vindicated by the Spirit, was seen by angels, was preached among the nations, was believed on in the world, was taken up in glory” (1 Timothy 3:16).
While we may not be able to understand completely the nature of our Savior, we praise him for who he is and what he has done for us: living and dying as our perfect substitute.