"Recognize what is in your sight,
and that which is hidden from you
will become plain to you.
For there is nothing hidden
which will not become manifest."
Papyrus Oxyrhynchus 654.31
Jesus said: [everything not] before your sight and [what is hidden] from you will be revealed [to you. Nothing] hidden will not [become] manifest and buried which will not be [raised].
While traveling down the highway of life,
don't worry about things so far off
that you cannot yet see them clearly.
Pay attention to what lies right in front of you now.
As you roll on down the road,
the distant objects, which were unclear,
will come into sharper focus.
Some things, you get on a "need to know" basis.
I think the phrase in the Greek version:
"And there is nothing buried that will not be raised"
was a deliberate misinterpretation by
those who wanted to promote the idea
of an end-time "bodily resurrection".