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THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO LUKE - Chapter 4 - Verse 13

Verse 13. Departed for a season. For a time. From this it appears that our Saviour was afterward subjected to temptations by Satan, but no particular temptations are recorded after this. From Joh 14:30, it seems that the devil tried or tempted him in the agony in Gethsemane. Comp. See Barnes on "Heb 12:4".

It is more than probable, also, that Satan did much to excite the Pharisees and Sadducees to endeavour to entangle him, and the priests and rulers to oppose him; yet out of all his temptations God delivered him; and so he will make a way to escape for all that are tempted, and will not suffer them to be tempted above that which they are able to bear, 1 Co 10:13.

{h} "all the temptation" Heb 4:15

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