Years ago, in my Seminary teaching days in Alaska, I remember studying and learning about Christ being tempted...Christ knew the Scriptures...He used the Scriptures to resist temptations. I remember the quote by President McKay that was used in the Seminary manual.
I'm sharing all of this for two reasons...1) I loved re-reading this information and thought you might also! 2) maybe you'd like to use the marvelous Prophetic insight shared below and create a wonderful FHE!
The Temptations of Christ- (CR Nov. 1976) here
(excerpts from the above talk by Elder Hunter. This sure looks rough to read and I don't know why there is big and small and etc. but please persevere!)
In speaking of the three temptations that came to Jesus, a former President of the Church made this statement concerning them: “Classify them, and you will find that under one of those three nearly every given temptation that makes you and me spotted, ever so little maybe, comes to us as (1) a temptation of the appetite; (2) a yielding to the pride and fashion and vanity of those alienated from the things of God; or (3) a gratifying of the passion, or a desire for the riches of the world, or power among men.” And then he said: “Now, when do temptations come? Why, they come to us in our social gatherings, they come to us at our weddings, they come to us in our politics, they come to us in our business relations, on the farm, in the mercantile establishment, in our dealings in all the affairs of life, we find these insidious influences working, and it is when they manifest themselves to the consciousness of each individual that the defense of truth ought to exert itself.” (David O. McKay, Conference Report, Oct. 1911, p. 59.)