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Jan 07 2013

Drake to Demand Divine Curse Every Week

Remember Wiley Drake, the former Southern Baptist Convention official and preacher who told his followers to pray for President Obama to be killed by God? Well now he’s decided to start praying for these divine curses every Wednesday in a weekly prayer meeting.

Pastor Wiley S. Drake Sr. said after he asked men of God to advise him, he is starting an imprecatory prayer meeting to be held each Wednesday at 6:00 pm PDT.

The prayer meeting will be each Wednesday.

Many have indicated their support and willingness to attend by telephone conference call.
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Pastor Drake indicated that this will not be a traditional prayer meeting but strictly limited to the perfect prayers listed both in the Old and New Testament.

IMPRECATORY PRAYER, IS NOW OUR DUTY.

Now that all legal efforts have been exhausted, we must begin our Imprecatory Prayer, at the key points of the parliamentary role in the earth where we live.

John Calvin gave the church it’s marching orders from Scripture. The righteous have dominion, but only through imprecatory prayer against the ungodly.

David as our Old testament shepherd gives us many Imprecatory prayers, and can be found to be in best focus in Psalm 109. Also chapters 55,58,68,69, and 83.

Pray these back to God and He will answer.

Jesus in Matthew 23: 13,15,16,23,24,27, and 29 gave us our New Testament marching orders as well.

Let us join Paul and declare anathema upon anyone “who loves not the Lord Jesus.” I Cor 16:22

Church father Martin Luther, led us by saying, “If any of the enemies of God’s people belong to God’s election, the church’s prayer against them giveth way to their conversion, and seeketh no more than that the judgment should follow them, only until they acknowledge their sin, turn, and seek God.”

In his book Dr. James E. Adams, said “May God give us tears of love as we pray and preach these imprecatory psalms. Many ministers have cast off these psalms and have abandoned this part of God’s Word, with deadly results in the Churches. I believe with all my heart that embracing and proclaiming anew the essential truths taught here will climax in the advancement of the kingdom of God. When these prayers are prayed in the Spirit, there will come unsuspected power and glory to the church of Jesus Christ.”

These Holy, Perfect Prayers can and will bring us back to where we once were under the leadership of godly men.

May God give us mighty prayer warriors with backbone.

I think they should use voodoo dolls too.

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  1. 1
    MikeMa

    Praying for the death of people and laws and movements. Wonderful use of a fool’s time.

    I wonder what happens when the forces of chance (in the form of someone dying) meets the forces insanity (in the form of a Wiley ‘god’s asshole’ Drake) praying for their death? Does Wiley get his ass hauled to court? Or god? I believe this conundrum was discussed recently in relation to Scott Lively but it never hurts to highlight stupid.

  2. 2
    Gregory in Seattle

    So he’s endorsing the destruction of the US?

  3. 3
    imrryr

    Now that all legal efforts have been exhausted, we must begin our Imprecatory Prayer, at the key points of the parliamentary role in the earth where we live.

    Not to be confused with this Earth.

  4. 4
    Moggie

    This is acceptable behaviour? In that case, I’m going to use imprecatory prayer to ask for Wiley Drake to be punished (primarily for crimes against the English language). The difference is that I’m praying to Joe Pesci: as the prophet said, “he looks like a guy who can get things done”.

  5. 5
    Marcus Ranum

    Maybe they should hold off with making any new curses until one of their existing ones works. That should take care of that.

  6. 6
    Scr... Archivist

    “In its second minute the Hate rose to a frenzy. People were leaping up and down in their places and shouting at the tops of their voices in an effort to drown the maddening bleating voice that came from the screen. …

    “The horrible thing about the Two Minutes Hate was not that one was obliged to act a part, but that it was impossible to avoid joining in. Within thirty seconds any pretence was always unnecessary. A hideous ecstasy of fear and vindictiveness, a desire to kill, to torture, to smash faces in with a sledge hammer, seemed to flow through the whole group of people like an electric current, turning one even against one’s will into a grimacing, screaming lunatic. And yet the rage that one felt was an abstract, undirected emotion which could be switched from one object to another like the flame of a blowlamp.”

    – Nineteen Eighty-Four

  7. 7
    eric

    Now that all legal efforts have been exhausted, we must begin our Imprecatory Prayer…

    Funny – if you thought prayer was a superior solution, wouldn’t you have tried it first?

    It says something that the order in which you try your cures is: human politics, then God.

  8. 8
    Marcus Ranum

    This is acceptable behaviour?

    Well, it’s interesting to note that there’s a legal presupposition that it doesn’t work. Otherwise, I suppose if someone did an imprecatory prayer against me, I could shoot them in self-defense. Or, what if someone does an imprecatory prayer against me and I happen to experience something bad (let’s say my stock portfolio goes down) I ought to be able to sue for damages. Of course I’d be asked whether I could prove a connection between the imprecation and my misfortune, to which I would counter-argue that the imprecation was non-specific (they basically asked god to “do something bad to Marcus”) and so they ought to accept responsibility for any non-specific misfortune I suffer. I’d make sure I hired Charles Carreon as my attorney to prosecute my side of the lawsuit.

  9. 9
    dingojack

    1 Timothy 2:1-3
    “I exhort therefore, that, first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks, be made for all men; for kings, and for all that are in authority; that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and honesty. For this is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Saviour;”

    Nice they’re being all biblical about this.

    Dingo

  10. 10
    ahcuah

    You’d think that if these prayers were the least bit effective and that God were listening, then just once would suffice.

  11. 11
    ronstrong

    What’s funny yet maddening is that eventually something bad will happen, a tornado will level a trailer park somewhere or some well known liberal will die (even if that well known liberal was 90 years old) and they will take it as “See, our prayers worked!”

  12. 12
    steve oberski

    Now that all legal efforts have been exhausted, we must begin our Imprecatory Prayer

    So they are saying that imprecatory prayer isn’t legal ?

    In my opinion there’s a fine line between imprecatory prayer and exhortations to violence.

  13. 13
    richardelguru

    ronstrong: Yeah! They need to test by being specific.
    Something like “I pray that an emu plummet from 20,000 feet onto the head of so-and-so next Tuesday week” would, if it happened, certainly convince me.

  14. 14
    MikeMa

    @steve oberski,
    Yeah, those exhortations to violence are an odd thing. They will take no responsibility for actions taken to do god’s work, as defined by Drake of course.

  15. 15
    anubisprime

    Well the case can be successfully made that if he is doing that he is not up to other mischief…
    Does insanity…and I mean that in the full meaning of the word …not come any more distilled?

    Amazing how the supposedly moderates in that abomination of a religion remain so …quite?

  16. 16
    dingojack

    anubisprime -quite what?
    (perhaps you meant ‘quiet’)
    ;) Dingo

  17. 17
    raven

    This is just primitive superstition. Witchcraft.

    Begging or asking a powerful supernatural being to do your will or fulfill your desires.

  18. 18
    Modusoperandi

    Christ, what an asshole.

  19. 19
    Modusoperandi

    raven “This is just primitive superstition. Witchcraft. Begging or asking a powerful supernatural being to do your will or fulfill your desires.”
    Dear Santa,
    I’ve been good all year and my sister hasn’t and she never lets me play with her easybake ovin and when I push her out of the way of it she cries and Mom comes and somehow it’s all my fault. For Christmas I want you to give my sister boils.
    Thanks.
     
    Tommy Derlinger
     
    PS, Mom too.

  20. 20
    Larry

    Whew, I was a bit worried there until he mentioned they were going to use prayer to effect their nefarious goals instead of something that, you know, might actually work.

  21. 21
    Bronze Dog

    I remember when I was younger, there was a phase when Wicca was big in the news. They’d often make it a point that their magic was no different than prayer, to distance themselves from the negative connotations of “witchcraft.” I start to wonder if fundies will start comparing prayer to witchcraft to try to make it sound more effective, since in the movies, witchcraft generally works better than prayer, with the possible exception of exorcism.

    Of course, those of us who live in the real world don’t see any substantial difference.

  22. 22
    d.c.wilson

    So, God is an assassin for hire?

  23. 23
    alanb

    So, God is an assassin for hire?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Have_Gun_%E2%80%93_Will_Travel

    Yes, I’m old.

  24. 24
    Crudely Wrott

    It sounds like cowardice to me. That is, someone wants something bad to happen to someone, they want to see some stopping power in effect but are powerless or unable to actually do anything themselves. Instead, they invoke magic.

    Should something bad happen to the target of their hate they can then all stare at their shoes and shrug and say it was the magic that did it, not them. No, not them at all.

    Wow, gratification and absolution in one tidy package; just like magic.

  25. 25
    Abdul Alhazred

    Sure the guy is scum, but no harm no foul.

    It’s not as if imprecatory prayer actually does anything.

  26. 26
    shouldbeworking

    Nothing to see here. Just another example of xian brotherly love (in a no gay, heterosexual way of course) and the golden rule.

  27. 27
    didgen

    Apparently god is ok with phoning it in. I think they be onto something though, a large group of people spend vast amounts of time wishing and fantasizing about unspecified bad things to happen to ftb bloggers, and there does seem to be some results.

    Perhaps I must look into witchcraft.

  28. 28
    Moggie

    May God give us mighty prayer warriors with backbone.

    Normally, the term “prayor warrior” just makes me laugh. It’s such a ludicrously self-aggrandising name for someone whose warrior-ing amounts to no more than mumbling on their knees. But this sounds a little ominous, given that he wants Obama dead. Perhaps he’s hoping that all this prayer will eventually lead one of these “warriors with backbone” to decide that their gun is God’s chosen instrument.

  29. 29
    Doug Little

    Christ, what an asshole.

    That has two meanings? /Peter Griffin.

  30. 30
    MikeMa

    @ Abdul Alhazred

    It’s not as if imprecatory prayer actually does anything.

    Certainly the prayer has no direct effect but there are a lot of armed evangelicals out there who might want to ‘do right by god’ and help things along. If you already believe that prayer has power then you are a lot closer to nuts than to sanity. It is quite likely you have a gun and may even know how to use it. We live in a whacked world where god & guns are so predominant.

  31. 31
    WMDKitty -- Survivor

    Witchcraft for Jesus. “Imprecatory prayer” is the same damn thing as a curse, and I can’t wait for this to boomerang back at Mr. Drake.

  32. 32
    WMDKitty -- Survivor

    Modus Operandi

    Christ, what an asshole.

    Christ, it works for everything!

    And I now have Dennis Leary’s “Asshole” song stuck in my head.

  33. 33
    timgueguen

    I wonder if he’s going to pray against Jews as well. After all he quotes Martin Luther, and ole Marty had a real hate on ffor Jews.

  34. 34
    dan4

    Imprecatory prayers are just the “non-doll” equivalent of voodoo.

  35. 35
    sezme

    I wonder if – in addition to god – the Secret Service hears these prayers.

  36. 36
    StevoR : Free West Papua, free Tibet, let the Chagossians return!

    Remember Wiley Drake, the former Southern Baptist Convention official and preacher who told his followers to pray for President Obama to be killed by God?

    Nope.

    Well now he’s decided to start praying for these divine curses every Wednesday in a weekly prayer meeting.

    What a charmer. Not.

  37. 37
    StevoR : Free West Papua, free Tibet, let the Chagossians return!

    At least we know that’ll be totally ineffective and maybe keep him out of trouble – at least for the tiem he’s wasting in that futile and silly exercise..

  38. 38
    StevoR : Free West Papua, free Tibet, let the Chagossians return!

    @32. WMDKitty (Always growing and learning) :

    And I now have Dennis Leary’s “Asshole” song stuck in my head. ..

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UrgpZ0fUixs

    A- S-S-H -O L .. Uh oh, that’s not helping and, in fact, quite addictive isn’t it?

  39. 39
    nomennescio

    The righteous have dominion, but only through imprecatory prayer against the ungodly.

    Does that mean they’re going to stop trying to mess with US politics?

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