In the Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke, it states that the Holy Spirit led Jesus into the desert to be tempted by the devil. All three Gospels point out the involvement of the Holy Spirit in leading Christ to be tempted. Nothing further is stated about the involvement of the Holy Spirit.
Why is it noteworthy that the Holy Spirit led Him into the desert, and did the Holy Spirit remain with Him throughout his temptation? What is the significance of this detail being repeated three times with no discussion of the direct involvement of the Spirit? Did the Spirit remain with him once he arrived in the Desert?
This detail seems to be important, or am I just missing the forest by being distracted by a tree?