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Lesson Ten

The Temptation of Jesus

1. Where did the Spirit lead Jesus? (Mt.4:1; Mk.1:12; Lk. 4:1)
2. What was going to happen to Him there?
3. How long was Jesus in the wilderness?  (Mt. 4:2; Mk. 1:13; Lk. 4:2)
4.  What does “fasted” mean? (Mt. 4:2; Lk. 4:2)
5.  Satan is called what in Matthew 4:3?
6.  What is he called in Luke 4:2?
7. What was the first thing Satan used to tempt Jesus?  (Mt. 4:3; Lk.4:3)
8. What did Jesus say? (Mt. 4:4; Lk.4:4)
9. Where did Satan take Jesus? (Mt. 4:5; Lk.4:9)
10. Where did they go in the city?

11. What did Satan tempt Jesus with here? (Mt. 4:6; Lk.4:9-11)
12. What did Jesus say? (Mt. 4:7; Lk. 4:12)
13. Where was the third place they went? (Mt. 4:8; Lk. 4:5)
14. How did Satan tempt Jesus this time? (Mt. 4:9; Lk. 4:6-7)
15.  How did Jesus respond? (Mt. 4:10; Lk. 4:8)
16. Who came after Satan left? (Mt. 4:11; Mk. 1:13)
17. All sin falls into what three categories, according to 1 John 2:16?
18.  Which of Jesus’ temptations falls into each category?
    a. Lust of the Flesh
    b. Lust of the Eyes
    c. Pride of Life
19. Read Hebrews 2:17-18.  Why was Jesus tempted?
20. Read Heb. 4:14-16.  According to these verses, what can Jesus do for us because of the temptations He went through?
Connecting some dots:
21. Read John 14:30.  Who was coming for Jesus?
22. According to John 16:11, who has been judged?
23. In Ephesians 2:1-2, “the prince of the power of the air” is associated with what?
Even though Jesus was tempted by Satan, these other scriptures show that Satan never had a hold of Jesus.  Jesus came to break Satan’s power, and He DID it! (Heb. 2:14)
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