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.The flesh that Crockett describes refers to our senses: touch, sight, taste, hearing, and sense of smell.
For others, temptation may come in the form of using illegal drugs or drinking alcohol excessively.
It doesn’t matter what the temptation is, the fact is that you “will” be tempted. Well, I’m glad you ask, because I think Kent Crockett provides some solid advice that could help us all.
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.
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According to Crockett, many people want to play with temptation as long as they can, thinking they can walk away from it at any time.
But it’s not that easy, because the closer we get to the temptation, the more pull it has.
And likewise, we can’t see something as clear when we’re standing too close to it. We can only see the consequences of temptation before we yield to it because we’re standing on the outside of it.