So, you can imagine there must have been a lot of fireworks so to speak. The devil himself showed up to tempt Jesus. Jesus finds Himself at one point, suspended over the temple in Jerusalem, tempted by Satan to jump. Talk about strange visions! I would never thought of jumping off a temple. About 50% of my visions during a fast involve hamburgers. Of course, the other half are less carnal and often heart changing.
This field trip Jesus took, from the wilderness to the temple in Jerusalem, transported in a vision it seems, is much like the trips Ezekiel took in chapters 8 and 37 of his prophecy. John the Revelator and Apostle Paul took heavenly journeys, as well. But, all of them were transported by angels. Jesus was taken by Satan.
I don’t have anything to comment on this, mostly because it is just one of those strange stories that leave you sitting there for a long time, staring at the words over and over. I don’t know what to make of it.
Less happens by chance than we think. Some things we attribute to coincidence because our minds can’t grasp the unexplained. That’s why He is God, and we are clay.