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It seems only fair to consider how this theme is developed in Isaiah. I am looking into this question more closely because the idea of a divine call to imprecatory prayer has arisen from the public actions of a pastor who advocates imprecatory prayer against specific individuals as having a biblical mandate.
As we study Isaiah, I thought it would be helpful to consider specific verses that address God's vengeance, and possibly invoke imprecatory prayer. How is this theme treated in Isaiah? What can we take from this treatment?
ETA to add the direct link to the original topic in the Happy Heathen group, that first brought this question of imprecatory prayer to my attention.
vs 20 "But if you refuse and rebel, you shall be devoured by the sword; for the mouth of the LORD has spoken."
vs 28 "But rebels and sinners shall be destroyed together, and those who forsake the LORD shall be consumed."
"The Lord Yahweh removing from Jerusalem support."
"People will oppress one another."
"Woe to the evil wicked because what was rendered of his hand will be done to him."
"Yahweh will litigate against the leaders: You ravaged the vineyard. The stolen goods of the poor in your houses."