Imprecatory Prayers - Like pointing a gun at a person?
I would wonder that if people honestly believe in the power of imprecator prayer, why can’t they be charged with a crime if they admit to asking for the death or injure of another person?
It’s one thing to wish that someone would have an unfortunate end, but quite another to ask God to take action. If you truly believe in God, this is like pointing a gun at someone. It doesn’t matter if the gun is subsequently found to be unloaded, the intent was there, and the person wanted to do harm. Either you believe in God and you accept responsibility for asking him to do terrible things on your behalf, or you admit that these prayers are nothing more than an outlet for impotent rage.
Drake’s gun may or may not be loaded but he’s still waving it at people.
Although it seems like the comeback would be pretty easy to think of - you believe that whoever you are praying to harm is going against God, so you are just asking for Divine justice.