He cleansed you.
Your past is filled with things you would rather not have had in it.
Sin is always unclean, but God has cleansed you of that sin.
He said your sins were as scarlet,
but now they're going to be as white as snow.
He works your past out for good, in grace.
What God calls clean do not call unclean.
No matter what happened before,
God has cleansed it
He's used it to bless you
lead you to the good.
He doesn't want you to be defined by that sin anymore;
not in your thoughts, actions, identity, or your life.
He wants you to live kosher, think kosher, believe kosher,
walk kosher, and be blessed kosher.
–Rabbi Jonathan Cahn
For YHWH heareth the poor,
Are you VISITING them?
Are you letting them waste away?
Are they worthy of your time?
Are you reaching out to them by
way of a letter to be received during mail call?
Do they know you care?
How about their needs spiritually
Are you a Sheep?
Or a Goat?
They are hurting.
I have received many letters over the years
and heard their heart cries!
We need to pray for reformation in
the correctional institutions.
Many are wrongly serving time when
what they need is counsel.
31 And when the Ben Adam (Daniel 7:13) comes, in his kavod and all his malachim with him, then he will sit upon his Kissei Kavod (Glorious Throne).
32 And there will be assembled all the Goyim, and he will separate them from each other as the Roeh (the Shepherd) separates the Kevasim (Sheep) from the Izzim (Goats).
33 And he will put the Kevasim on the right of him, but the Izzim on his left.
34 Then he will say to the ones on his right, Come! Baruchei Avi (Blessed of my Father), receive the bechorah (inheritance), the Malchut prepared for you from before Hivvased HaOlam (the establishing of the world).
35 For I hungered and you gave me something to eat. I thirsted and you gave drink to me. I was a sojourner, and you extended hachnosas orchim (hospitality) to me.
36 I was naked and you gave me malbish arumim (clothing the naked). I was ill; with bikkur cholim (visiting the sick) you ministered to me. I was in the beit hasohar (prison); you came to me.
37 Then the tzaddikim will answer him, [Moshiach] Adoneinu, when did we see you hungering and we fed you, or thirsting and we gave you drink?
38 And when did we see you a sojourner and we extended hachnosas orchim (hospitality) to you, or naked and we clothed you?
39 And when did we see you ill or in the beit hasohar and we came to you?
40 And in reply, HaMelech [HaMoshiach] will say to them, Omein, I say to you, in as much as you did it to one of the least of these achim of mine, you did it to me.
41 Then Rebbe, Melech HaMoshiach will say also to the ones on his left, Depart from me, the ones having been cursed, into the Eish Olam having been prepared for HaSatan and his malachim.
42 For I hungered and you did not give me something to eat; I thirsted and you did not give drink to me.
43 I was a sojourner and you did not extend hachnosas orchim to me; I was naked and you did not clothe me; ill and in the beit hasohar and you did not visit me.
44 Then, also they will answer, saying, [Moshiach] Adoneinu, when did we see you hungering or thirsting or a sojourner or naked or sick or in the beit hasohar and we did not minister to you?
45 Then he will answer them, saying, Omein, I say to you, in as much as you did not do it for one of these least ones, neither did you do it for me.
46 And these will go away into Onesh Olam (Eternal Punishment), but the tzaddikim into Chayyei Olam (Eternal Life).
YESHAYAYAH 66:24; DANIEL 12:2]
Orthodox Jewish Bible (OJB)