TEMPTATION

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Definition of Temptation:
A thing that attracts or tempts someone.

Synonyms
of Temptation:
Allure, attraction, fascination, lure, seduction, draw, etc.

These notes are from recovery in AA and/or related 12 step programs.
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Love in fellowship.

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Temptation itself is not sin; it is something we are bound to face simply by virtue of being human. A person’s inner nature determines what he is tempted by on the outside.

Temptation is not something we can escape; in fact, it is essential to the well-rounded life of a person. God does not save us from temptations— He sustains us in the midst of them –My Utmost for His Highest/Oswald Chambers | More…

Do not forecast where temptation will come; it is the least likely thing that is the peril. In the aftermath of a great spiritual transaction the “retired sphere of the leasts” begins to tell; it is not dominant, but remember it is there, and if you are not warned, it will trip you up. –From My Utmost for His Highest | More…

What do we do with temptations when they come? Whatever we sow we will simultaneously reap for ourselves. We must be accountable for our own actions. –Elder’s Meditations | More…

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What do we do with temptations when they come? Whatever we sow we will simultaneously reap for ourselves. We must be accountable for our own actions. –Elder’s Meditations | More…

God engineers circumstances and whatever they may be like we have to see that we face them while abiding continually with Him in His temptations. They are His temptations, not temptations to us, but temptations to the life of the Son of God in us. –Oswald Chambers | More…

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