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Episode 48 - The Imprecatory Psalms and Loving Our Enemies

August 4, 2021
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There is a Psalm to give a voice to every human experience. Some Psalms, known as the imprecatory Psalms, call on God to judge our enemies and evil in the world. Are Christians called to pray or sing these Psalms? Are they inconsistent with Jesus' call to love our enemies? On this episode of Sermon B-Sides, Pastor Jon and Pastor Rusten discuss these questions and why the imprecatory Psalms are so important and needed in the life of a Christian.

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Rusten leads our Youth Community and also provides teaching/preaching support. He and his wife live in Kingston with their three kids. He loves reading, writing, cooking, feasting, music, and family dance parties.

Jon is the lead pastor and founding pastor of Coram Deo Church. He and his wife live in Bremerton with their three kids. He loves spending time with his family and riding motorcycles.

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There is a Psalm to give a voice to every human experience. Some Psalms, known as the imprecatory Psalms, call on God to judge our enemies and evil in the world. Are Christians called to pray or sing these Psalms? Are they inconsistent with Jesus' call to love our enemies? On this episode of Sermon B-Sides, Pastor Jon and Pastor Rusten discuss these questions and why the imprecatory Psalms are so important and needed in the life of a Christian.

Listen on Apple Podcasts
Listen on Spotify

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