Imprecatory Prayers: Loving Our Enemies Doesn't Come At The Expense Of Appealing For Divine Justice!

   

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Published on Nov 17, 2020

To imprecate means “to invoke evil upon or curse” one’s enemies. David prayed such prayers in the Psalms. Jesus invoked the Psalms. Paul also cursed those with another gospel, and the Saints cry out for God to avenge their blood. But should Christians incorporate imprecatory prayers today in light of Jesus commanding we love our enemies? My guest, Dr. John Diamond, joins me in this episode to discuss this important and timely topic.

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