The flesh that Crockett describes refers to our senses: touch, sight, taste, hearing, and sense of smell.

Remember what I said earlier, if it looks, tastes, and feels good… When faced with temptation, think spiritually, not physically.

The temptation probably was too great, but you could have indeed done something about it.

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The “T” word (temptation) is not something we like to talk much about as college students, and even when we do, we try to soften the blow by making it seem less severe than it actually is.

You’ve heard it before, “I just couldn’t help myself, the temptation was just too great.” That may indeed be true, but it’s only half true.

Since I know you will continue to face temptation as a college student, I expect that you will come back to this page again and again.

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If it looks good, tastes good, and feels good, it must be okay, right?

At least that’s what society would have us to believe.

If you go to the areas where goodness hangs out, and I can almost guarantee you that you’ll be tempted less.

One can be tempted at a night club as well as a library, but I’d rather take my chances at the library researching figures than at the club studying figures.

Everything that looks, feels, sounds, smells, and taste good may not be good for you. Lesson #3: When we move into the place of temptation, understand that evil will be waiting there to tempt us.

Goodness doesn’t hang around temptation spots, evil does.

He tells of the story of about the man who went to see the doctor, clutching his arm in great pain. Keep yourself out of harm’s way by going a different way.