Sometimes we get the false impression that God is a "cosmic kill-joy"... that he wants to steal all of our fun. Probably more so than any other commandment, the commandment about committing adultery ("...you should not commit adultery" - Exodus 20:14) leaves this impression.
But why is this so? What does this commandment speak about the character and nature of God?
Here's Pastor Bill Cox's explanation on the faithfulness of God:
The foundation of any relationship is love and trust. God sets this as a bedrock in his relationship with us. His faithfulness to us secures that. How are we different as a result of seeing this in God?
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