Matthew 4:11

Then the devil left him, and, behold, angels came and ministered unto him.
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Augustine of Hippo

AD 430
Cont. Serm. Arian, 29: The one Lord our God is the Holy Trinity, to which alone we justly owe the service of piety. City of God, book 10, ch. 1: By service is to be understood the honour due to God; as our version renders the Greek words, ‘latria,’ wherever it occurs in Scripture, by ‘service’ (servitus), but that service which is due to men (as where the Apostle bids slaves be subject to their master) is in Greek called ‘dulia; 'while ‘latria,’ always, or so often that we say always, is used of that worship which belongs to God. City of God, book 9, ch. 21: After the temptation the Holy Angels, to be dreaded of all unclean spirits, ministered to the Lord, by which it was made yet more manifest to the daemons how great was His power. de Cons. Evan., ii, 16: Luke has not given the temptations in the same order as Matthew; so that we do not know whether the pinnacle of the temple, or the ascent of the mountain, was first in the action; but it is of no importance, solong as it is only clear that all of them were truly done.
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Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation - 2 Peter 1:20

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