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7th Commandment (Part 1)

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Steve Gregg discusses the 7th Commandment of the Bible in Exodus 20, which forbids adultery. Gregg highlights that adultery harms not only the marriage partner but also society's God-given relationship of marriage. He emphasizes the gravity of the sin and how engaging in sexual acts with someone other than one's spouse is not only a personal act of infidelity but a crime against God himself. Gregg also warns about the dangers of mental adultery and the importance of modesty and self-control in a Christian's conduct.

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