Knowing Him as I do now....the words of a beautiful old hymn come to mind:
I would say..."Thank you for what you are about to endure for me".
I was thinking about this before I asked the question here. Before I even formulated the first question...He answered. Jesus is The Lord of time! We have no need to travel in time to say anything or ask Hin anything. He hears us now just as He heard us back then. Did you catch that? He heard our cries when he was on the cross...and our praise too. He is more than capable of answering all of our questions now. Our friend At Peace would like to undo sins or mistakes made...but my brother...those mistakes helped to form you into the particular emissary that you are. Without YOU as you are, there are people who will not hear the Word
Not as far fetched as going back in time to ask Jesus questions.Which prompts another question....do prophets see the future as on a screen in a theater, or does God move them forward to the time, and the prophet experiences that future? Quite a question. When you realize that time is malleable, that time is measurable its not far fetched at all.
You do not need to travel back in time; you can go before that throne of grace and talk to Him and ask Him today.
The book of Hebrews is part of the Word of God. He's the author. So, yes! Its a good idea to talk to HimI'd want to get the elephant out of the way...who's getting credit for the book of Hebrews?
Sarcasm aside, I probably would ask Him the significance and interpretation of several dreams I've had over the last two decades.