Read Matthew 4 today.

This chapter includes the temptation of Jesus, and the beginning of His ministry.
The New Living Translation (shown below) takes a little liberty and makes explicit what is implied in Jesus’ response to temptation. Included is the word, “No!” Other translations accurately include only Jesus’ reasons for His response, but the NLT includes an emphatic, verbal, negative response from Jesus that was aligned with His actions.
Sometimes I think we are more interested in debating the reasons for our response to temptation than actually drawing a line in the sand and saying, “No!” How do you respond to temptations to cross the lines God has drawn? With debate, or with declaration?
Matthew 4:1-11 NLT
Then Jesus was led by the Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted there by the devil. [2] For forty days and forty nights he fasted and became very hungry.
[3] During that time the devil came and said to him, “If you are the Son of God, tell these stones to become loaves of bread.”
[4] But Jesus told him, “No! The Scriptures say, ‘People do not live by bread alone, but by every word that comes from the mouth of God.’”
[5] Then the devil took him to the holy city, Jerusalem, to the highest point of the Temple, [6] and said, “If you are the Son of God, jump off! For the Scriptures say, ‘He will order his angels to protect you. And they will hold you up with their hands so you won’t even hurt your foot on a stone.’ ”
[7] Jesus responded, “The Scriptures also say, ‘You must not test the LORD your God.’”
[8] Next the devil took him to the peak of a very high mountain and showed him all the kingdoms of the world and their glory. [9] “I will give it all to you,” he said, “if you will kneel down and worship me.”
[10] “Get out of here, Satan,” Jesus told him. “For the Scriptures say, ‘You must worship the LORD your God and serve only him.’”
[11] Then the devil went away, and angels came and took care of Jesus.