GEORGE TILLER, WILEY DRAKE, BOTH WRONG: IMPRECATORY PRAYER IS CURSING AND ANTICHRIST

UPDATE: On June 2, 2009 on Fox News, Drake said of Barack Obama now, "If he does not turn to God and does not turn his life around, I am asking God to enforce imprecatory prayers that are throughout the Scripture that would cause him death, that's correct."

This is not Christian. This Drake is saying that we have to follow the Old Testament and that the psalmist(s) (assumed David) and others wrote about praying to God for wrathful intersession.

That's what Jesus came to end! Jesus said that calling down the wrath is of the other spirit, not his!

This shows were Southern Baptist literalists cause so much confusion and trouble in the world. It's why they allow for war when Jesus did not.

This is all coming out so we may write against it in clear and plain terms.

This twisted, half-truth version of Jesus's teachings must end. Jesus never prayed a curse, which is what an imprecatory prayer is (euphemism). Jesus never taught anyone to pray a curse. He taught the exact opposite.

Drake is praying to Satan as a son of Satan. He doesn't know how to sort out the righteous spirit from the fallen. He's leading people woefully astray. Don't follow him!

Original Post follows:
George Tiller was the medical director of the Women's Health Care Services clinic who preformed partial-birth abortions until he was murdered in his Wichita, Kansas church (Reformation Lutheran Church) on May 31, 2009. Wiley Drake is the former second vice president (2006-2007) of the Southern Baptist Convention and current pastor of First Southern Baptist Church in Buena Park, California. He said on his Crusade Radio show on June 1, 2009, that he had been using "imprecatory prayer" against George Tiller. Now, I'm not going to post a long post about this issue, as both sides are totally wrong. I am going to go on record here as saying that without doubt "imprecatory prayer" is cursing. It is the direct opposite of blessing and is never right in Christianity.

One might plead with God to turn them or separate us from them, but to call down the wrath is always wrong. God alone knows when anyone is beyond redemption. To call down wrath is evil and why there are wars between and among us.

The sanctity of human life is not a mundane thing. It is beyond mundane, secular, human comprehension. Tiller was engaged in something that would never be seen by anyone as necessary or desirable were all to be seeking righteousness – all would be healed. Nevertheless, for one human being to believe that he is being moved by the Holy Spirit of truth to murder or kill another human being whether or not the so-called magistrates (worldly all and not ordained by God but rather Satan) say to take life, it remains antichrist.

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