Based on Mark (the earliest canonical Gospel), we know nothing of Jesus before he was baptized or after he died.<quoted text>
You must have me confused with someone else. I have not been discussing what God's will is for anyone. The conversation has been about was anything hidden from us.
You stated that nothing that Jesus did...actions and words...were hidden from us. I asked what about the 18 years of his life (or there abouts) that we have no idea about.
Later texts added to the legend and there are non-canonical texts that describe his entire youth. Why Constantine and Co. banned them is unknown.
The Legend of Jesus is much like the Legend of King Arthur.
They both begin with a very probable historical figure and a short narrative of believable (albeit exaggerated) events. Over time a body of literature is created that adds to the legend until the story is a complete fiction.
The evolution of Jesus of Galilee to Jesus The Christ is no different than the evolution of the Roman General Ambrosius Aurielanus to the Anglo-Saxon King Arthur.