ABC News' Eloise Harper Reports: When things couldn't be looking worse for Sen. Hillary Clinton's bid for the presidency in 2008, as her rival Barack Obama closes in on gaining enough delegates to secure the nomination, the former first lady attended a church service in Bowling Green, Ky., Sunday featuring a sermon about lust and adultery.
The hour-long sermon focused on the sin of committing adultery -– as outlined in Mathew 5:27-32.
Clinton, D-N.Y., has often said her faith pulled her through the difficult time when her husband, former President Bill Clinton, had an affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.
Paul Fryman of the State Street United Methodist Church asked the congregation, "How is your commitment level in your marriage this morning?’
He spoke about lust and the sin of cheating on your partner. Clinton looked straight ahead as the man spoke about the theme of the sermon, which was: "Come Up Higher When the Devil Whispers Over Your Shoulder."
Clinton sang and participated in the service –- and afterwards shook hands with many well-wishers and community members.