I know that in Paris, for instance, I myself have no temptations.
Our habits or our temptations are not our masters, but we of them.
The temptations have increased, while human frailty remains the same.
Temptations must come into the world, but woe to him by whom temptation comes.
I shall not enter into a minute detail of temptations which assailed my fortitude.
In the midst of God's work how subtle were the temptations of the devil!
Think of it—their dependence on man, their temptations, their rewards, their punishments!
"Beware of the temptations of the flesh, my children," said the priest.
Riches—that is, more than a comfortable competency—had no temptations for her.
If my life has been vile my temptations have been sore, and the rest is in God's hands.