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  1. Ordinarily, however, the word means solicitation to that which is evil, and hence Satan is called "the tempter" (Matthew ). Our Lord was in this way tempted in the wilderness. That temptation was not internal, but by a real, active, subtle being. It was not self-sought.
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  4. Temptation definition is - the act of tempting or the state of being tempted especially to evil: enticement. How to use temptation in a sentence.
  5. Define temptation. temptation synonyms, temptation pronunciation, temptation translation, English dictionary definition of temptation. n. 1. The act of tempting or the condition of being tempted. 2. Something tempting or enticing. n 1. the act of tempting or the state of being tempted 2.
  6. Temptation is the intentional enticement of a person, by some bait —usually pride, always self-gratifying—to disobey God’s revealed Word. The predicate may be demonic or fleshly, but the object is always the distortion of God’s world and the defia.
  7. Throughout the Judeo-Christian Bible, temptation is defined in two separate ways: a test of an individual by God, or a test of an individual by Satan—in some cases, God incites Satan to tempt parpeinumbmatitheranibocamama.xyzinfo of these tests are in the form of a trial, designed by God or by the "Great Tempter" Satan, to give a person the opportunity to do evil and commit a sin, or not do an evil and remain sinless.
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