Lesson 2.3 Quiz Practice
What was Jesus' primary strategy for resisting temptation?
Jesus didn't have to die on the cross.
What was the MOST tempting part of satan offering all the nations to Jesus?
What verse teaches us that Jesus was tempted more than three times?
Entrust your needs to God.
What lesson do we learn from Deuteronomy 8:3?
___ is the prelude (comes before) to ___?
"Throw yourself from the temple to announce yourself as Messiah"
Tempted Jesus to act outside of God's plan
"I will give you all nations."
Tempted Jesus' eyes
"Turn these stones to bread"
Tempted Jesus' fleshly desire
"good for food"
appealed to fleshly desires
"pleasant to the eyes"
appealed to their sight
"desirable to make one wise"
appealed to achieving personal greatness
Just because you won this battle against satan be prepared because he will come back and temp you again
What does it mean that satan waits "until an opportune time" to tempt us?
Deuteronomy was used to teach Israel God's law, to warn them of their parent's failures, and to prepare them to conquer the land.
Why did Jesus choose to quote from the book of Deuteronomy to resist his temptations?
What verse teaches us that we should trust that God's path to the goal is best?
satan will be back to temp you again and again
What does the phrase "until an opportune time" teach us about how satan works?
How many temptations of Jesus were recorded by the Gospel writers?
Was Jesus only tempted 3 times in the desert?
How long was Jesus tempted in the desert?
Don't let what you see tempt you away from God.
Why did Jesus quote Deuteronomy 6:13 when resisting the temptation of his eyes?
God is there for us and will minister to us.
What does the fact that angels ministered to Jesus after his temptation teach us about God?
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