“Eyes To See And Ears To Hear” is a figure of speech; God uses it when addressing you understanding His Word and what He is telling you about Him and His Family.
Deut. 29:4 KJV says that you do not have “Eyes To See And Ears To Hear” and that you will not until it is time:
Yet the Lord hath not given you an heart to perceive, and eyes to see, and ears to hear, unto this day.
Recognizing that you do not have “Eyes To See And Ears To Hear” prepares you for receiving them. When this takes place a new found communication with God begins along with a higher level of understanding.
This higher level of understanding comes from you digging for your own Truth; neither I nor anyone else can give it to you. Listening to others provides ideas and direction but understanding comes from you digging; from you researching and from you checking things out.
“Eyes To See And Ears To Hear” opens a world of wisdom and understanding and Psalm 119:169 KJV shows a prayer available to you for praying for them:
Let my cry come near before thee, O Lord: give me understanding according to thy word.
Praying for wisdom leads to wisdom and Proverbs 5:1 KJV shows it being fed by understanding:
My son, attend unto my wisdom, and bow thine ear to my understanding:
“Bow thine ear to understanding” is you digging for Truth and three basic tools are needed to cultivate it.
Tool #1 is your King James Bible and it, along with tool # 2, a Strong’s Concordance, allows you to correct the words that were mistranslated by the King James Translators in 1611.
Your Strong’s Concordance does this by taking the mistranslated words back to their original meaning in the manuscripts. Utilizing your Strong’s shows how mistranslations took place and Luke 14:26 KJV serves to show your need for correcting these errors:
If any man come to me, and hate not his father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brethren, and sisters, yea, and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple.
You immediately recognize that something is wrong; hating yourself or one of your family members cannot be a requirement for following Christ.
Your Strong’s Concordance clears this up for you; it takes you to “miseo”, the Greek word in the Manuscripts that the King James Translators translated to “hate”: