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

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

Psalm 109:30 KJV

Psalm 109:30 KJV

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

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

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…

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…

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