Every kind of temptation we face will ultimately spring from one of these three root temptations: the lust of the flesh; the lust of the eyes; the boastful pride of life.
God’s Word is both authoritative and sufficient for dealing with the spiritual issues of this life.
During Jesus’ earthly life, He was tempted to pursue His own personal glory, separate from the glory of God.
Christians are made to promote God’s glory, not their own.
Although Jesus’ temptations were unique, they were also typical of the root temptations that every Christian faces.
Jesus’ temptations in the wilderness demonstrate to us that He is fully qualified to rescue us from sin because He Himself was never touched by it.