BOWLING GREEN, Kentucky (CNN) – Hillary Clinton left Oregon late Friday night to focus her efforts on Kentucky before the state’s primary on Tuesday.
“My opponent said the other day he wasn’t coming back so I’ve got the whole state to myself. What a treat!” Clinton exclaimed at a Sunday afternoon rally at Western Kentucky University.
What was likely less of a treat was Pastor Paul Fryman’s sermon she heard Sunday morning at Bowling Green’s State Street United Methodist Church on marriage and adultery entitled “When the Devil Whispers Over Your Shoulder.”
Pastor Fryman launched into his sermon with Matthew 5, verse 27, “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.”
The verse goes on to say anyone guilty is better off plucking out their eye or cutting off their hand lest they end up in hell.
Clinton did not speak at the service, nor was she recognized at any point from those on the altar, instead sitting quietly in the second pew praying and singing along with the rest of the congregation.
She smiled broadly as a baby was baptized and carried down the aisle by the pastor.
Later at Western Kentucky, Clinton picked up her message of staying in the race where she left off on Saturday, urging supporters to vote on Tuesday and telling them, “This is one of the most consequential elections of our lifetimes.”
“You don’t stop democracy in its tracks. You don’t tell some states that they can’t vote and other states that have already had the opportunity that they’re somehow more important,” said Clinton. “I want everybody to vote and everybody to help pick our next president. I am proud to be campaigning in Kentucky.”