In 1 John 3:8, we learn that "the reason the Son of God appeared was to destroy the works of the devil." Such language often triggers images of exorcism, possession and demonology. However, in addition to extraordinary spiritual warfare (which has its place), there is another facet to spiritual warfare that looks and sounds very ordinary. In the life and ministry of Jesus, we find numerous battles that take place in simple, understated and everyday ways. This week, by examining Jesus' temptation in the wilderness, we are able to discover the battle lines surrounding our daily, ordinary battles: the undermining of identity, temptation, truth distortions, and shortcuts. As followers of Jesus, this is the extraordinary ordinary battle of spiritual warfare that we never grow past.