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Imprecatory Psalms John Wesley escised 34 Psalms altogether, and removed portions of another 58. To imprecate means to invoke evil upon, or curse. Imprecatory psalms, also called the cursing psalms, are those psalms that contain prayers for God's judgment on the psalmist's enemies. Examples: "Let death take my enemies by surprise; let them go down ...


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"Also, if this was the case, doesn't this mean Syriac Christianity was the first Christianity to "localized" their language to every day man, not Protestant Christianity?" - I don't think you can pinpoint which was the first "local" language used in Christian liturgy. Perhaps it was Latin, when the Christian community in Rome abandoned Greek in favour of the ...


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As a United Methodist Clergy, I have two habits: I invite the children and youth to join me around the table to consume the elements (bread and juice) following worship. I offer this prayer for the remaining elements: Thank you God for the gift of these elements which have served to remind us of your Son's sacrifice and great capacity to love us. As ...



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