It’s been some time since Pastor Whitenack covered the baptism of Jesus and, before him, Sam taught on John’s baptism. I might normally try to bring you up to date right away but I’ll be getting back to both later on this evening in order to place Christ’s temptation into a proper context for us to understand it.
This passage is pretty well known by many Christians. I suppose it sticks in most minds the same way the Prodigal Son passage does as it is regularly read and taught in Christian pulpits. Yet, I believe, that today, most people don’t really appreciate what it is that is significant about Christ’s temptation. …Read More