Though he was a Son (kaiper wn uio). Concessive participle with kaiper, regular Greek idiom as in Hebrews 7:5 ; Hebrews 12:17 . Yet learned obedience (emaqen upakohn). Second aorist active indicative of manqanw. Succinct and crisp statement of the humanity of Jesus in full harmony with Luke 2:40Luke 2:52 and with Hebrews 2:10 . By the things which he suffered (ap wn epaqen). There is a play on the two verbs (emaqen--epaqen), paronomasia. Second aorist active indicative of pascw. He always did his Father's will ( John 8:29 ), but he grew in experience as in wisdom and stature and in the power of sympathy with us.