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Psalm 109:28 Let them pronounce a curse, but may you give a blessing. When they rise up against me, may they be put to shame, But let your servant rejoice

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Jesus tells us not to worry about tomorrow. He tells us, "Therefore, do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own." Matthew 6:34. Christian Inspiration

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A page presenting Psalm 109 from the Ormesby Psalter, perhaps the single most memorable MS of East Anglian illumination

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Georgia Republican senator David Perdue, speaking to a group of far-right Evangelicals in DC, told them that they should pray for President Obama, but not in just any old way; he said: "We should pray like Psalms 109:8 says. It says, ‘Let his days be few, and let another have his office.’” Per Google, Psalms 109 is a prime example of an imprecatory prayer -- Exact translations vary, of course, but Psalms 109 is intended as something of a curse. Bible Gateway has this version of it online…