And when the devil had ended all the temptation, he departed from him for a season.
Note 8 at Lu 4:13: The way this verse is worded leaves the impression that Satan tempted Jesus with all that he had. We mistakenly give the devil too much credit. He is very limited. According to 1Jo 2:16, there are only three areas in which Satan tempts us. Jesus' three temptations correspond exactly with these three areas: (1) The lust of the flesh = temptation to satisfy hunger by turning stone into bread, (2) the lust of the eyes = temptation to acquire all the glory of the kingdoms of this world by worshiping Satan, and (3) the pride of life = temptation to "show off" His power by having the angels come to His rescue.
When resisting the devil, just keep standing (Eph 6:13). The devil has only so much that he can tempt you with, and then he must leave (1Co 10:13, Ga 6:9, and Jas 4:7).