Spurgeon on Imprecatory Psalms

In Psalm 129, we come to yet another instance of an “imprecatory” Psalm.  Theopedia.com explains: Imprecatory psalms are those those psalms that contain curses or prayers for the punishment of the psalmist’s enemies. To imprecate means to invoke evil upon, or curse. Psalms 7, 35, 55, 58, 59, 69, 79, 109, 137 and 139 all contain … More Spurgeon on Imprecatory Psalms

Background on the apostles for Acts’ readings…

The following information is from Theopedia.com, An Encyclopedia of Biblical Christianity: The word apostle (Greek apostolos) is a common term for someone sent forth or sent out, as an emissary. In the formal Christian sense, it is the title attributed to the Apostlesof Jesus Christ. As the Bible says, “And when day came, he called his disciples and chose from them twelve, … More Background on the apostles for Acts’ readings…