Luke 13:31-32, Go Tell That Fox

Jesus knows the heart of every man.
Read the Christian Scriptures and you will see that absolutely no man gets the leg up on God.  Jesus sees us coming from miles away with our evil motives, sin, selfishness, and whatever ugly baggage we may be hiding.  You name it and Jesus already knows all about it, whether we are hedonistic pagans, hypocritical Pharisees, or bumbling stumbling disciples. 
In Luke we see a particularly spicy comment from Christ as his eyes penetrate into the life of King Herod.  "On that same day, some Pharisees came, saying to him, 'Get out of here, and go away, for Herod wants to kill you.'  He said to them, 'Go and tell that fox, 'Behold, I cast out demons and perform cures today and tomorrow, and the third day I complete my mission' ' " (Luke 13:31-32 WEB).
In a rare exchange we see that the Pharisees appear to try to help Jesus escape from trouble.  Or perhaps they thought they found a way to encourage Jesus to leave town.  It is a strange exchange, regardless, because later the Pharisees dragged Jesus to Pilot and Herod themselves to be crucified.  Jesus, however, instructs the Pharisees to tell Herod that nothing will stop his mission.  No doubt he calls him a "fox" meaning that King Herod is nothing more than a crafty old sinner.  Perhaps Herod could be described as a thief in the chicken coop after yet another chicken dinner.  Such would truly describe the heart of man, which is insatiably looking after his own interests and frequently dining on easy prey.
The point of all this is that Christ is not fooled by the masks we use to cover up our sin.  He knows our wretchedness and loves us still.  Read the Gospels and you will discover that Jesus Christ also knows you, yet loves you dearly.