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Within the bible we can read many accounts of the life of Jesus There are actually four whole books wholly devoted to just his life Through these four books we get a very in depth look at his life Yet in the books Matthew Mark Luke and John we see different views and different aspects on Jesus and his teaching Every once and a while we notice that more than one of these books have the same story in them This is not a common occurrence within the four books of Jesus life but when it does happen it is important to take notice because more than one author thought the story was important to include There is one story within these books that I have taken time to study Found within the books Matthew Mark and Luke the bible accounts of Jesus being lead by the holy spirit into the wilderness Here he spends 40 days without any food and during that time he is tempted by Satan himself This temptation helped insure our salvation because Jesus did not fail Of the three accounts of Jesus temptation the first of the three can be found in Matthew 41-11 Here we are told that Jesus was lead out into the wilderness by the Holy Spirit so that he could be tempted by the devil It says that he became very hungry because he had no food The devil soon came at began to tempt him to use his Godly power to turn stones into bread Jesus replied with the answer No the scriptures say that people need more than bread they must feed on every word of God I personally see this as a very difficult test because hunger is something that seems only quenchable by food but every temptation including hunger is quenchable by the power of God Then Satan tempted Jesus by taking him to the highest point of
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