clintonchurch.bmpIt was just a coincidnece, apparently. Hillary Clinton attended church services in Bowling Green, Kentucky yesterday in advance of the Bluegrass State’s primary this week, and the pastor happened to deliver a lengthy sermon on adultery.
CBS News sets the scene:

The reading was from the book of Matthew.
“You have heard that it was said, ‘You shall not commit adultery.’ But I say to you that every one who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart.”
Pastor Paul Fryman then delivered a sermon about the temptation from thoughts of lust and adultery.
“Have you ever listened to the Devil whispering over your shoulder?” he asked his church members. “I think you have.”
Clinton listened as Fryman preached that such thoughts might fly into one’s mind like a scattering of birds.
“Too often with those thoughts, we let them create nests in our minds,” said Pastor Fryman.
“You will let those birds fly around, but do not let them nest in your mind.”
“What do you allow to nest in your mind? Be careful this week.”
He then preached about the commitment of marriage, quoting the poet Ruth Harms Calkin.
“Marriage means…two imperfect mates building permanently, giving totally, in partnership with a perfect God.”
The sermon and reading had been planned before the church was aware Clinton would be in attendance.
Her husband, former president Bill Clinton, admitted to and apologized during his second term in office for a sexual relationship with a White House intern, Monica Lewinsky.


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