A Curse for Not Doing Prison Ministry

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11 thoughts on “A Curse for Not Doing Prison Ministry

    • Kairos is a non-denominational Mainstream Christian ministry that does not at all serve the needs of Sabbath-keeping prisoners. They do profess to serve all religions in the name of Jesus and ecumenicalism, but lend no help to anyone in keeping the Sabbaths, scriptural festivals, nor in learning to observe the laws of the Most-High.
      If the prisons were “closed,” no one would be in them. Most prisons at this time are not allowing volunteers to come in, due to Covid. However, they are still allowing our materials in, and have indicated that our Passover Packages will also be allowed this year.
      Without all the volunteers being able to go in and minister personally to our Sabbath-Keeping brothers and sisters in prison at this time, there is all the more need for the services which Sabbath Keepers Fellowship & Prison Ministry provides to them. Please give generously. If you do not, it is unlikely that anyone else will.

    • Mr. Gavin, please read my answer to this question in your above post. And sir, if you need to ask such a question, may I suggest that you probably need to go and do a bit more study of the text before condemning others in their practice of it?

  1. I’ve been to prison a couple times and if you say people are under a curse for not visiting people in prison that is a lie. They aren’t under a microscope all the time there’s all kinds of crazy stuff that goes on! And you can’t just waltz up in there you have to be on a visitor’s list.

  2. Elohim does not hold people responsible for not being able to have unleavened bread while they are in prison! What about all the prophets that were in exile that couldn’t do what was necessary?

    • Shalom, Mr. Gavin.
      You are correct, the Messiah was not in prison for his own sins, but rather for yours and mine. If he had been jailed for real sins of his own, he could not have been our savior. Paul, on the other hand, was in prison, and he was also a confessed murderer. He didn’t just murder anyone, but only the followers of The Way, the disciples of Yeshua. Even so, he was sought out by the Spirit of Messiah himself and tasked to be the Emissary to the Gentiles.
      In Matthew 25, Messiah does not qualify what sort of prisoner we are to minister to. He simply said that if we would not, then “‘Go away from Me, accursed ones, into the everlasting fire prepared for the devil and his messengers.” “Accursed ones…” Sure sounds like a curse to me! Or, perhaps you think the Messiah chose his words poorly? But the Torah commands: “Therefore I am commanding you, saying, ‘You shall certainly open your hand to your brother, to your poor and to your needy one, in your land.” And it also says clearly: “And it shall be, if you do not obey the voice of יהוה your Elohim, to guard to do all His commands and His laws which I command you today, that all these curses shall come upon you and overtake you.”
      Mr. Gavin, these are the commands of Torah, the very words of the Most-High through the voice of His Messiah. I do not understand your lack of empathy for prisoners, after having been one yourself, but they are indeed our brothers and sisters in faith, and they deserve our help, according to scripture. Even more, they deserve our love. “All have fallen short,” according to prophecy, and none are righteous, not even one.” Not you and not me. Like us, these prisoners have repented and turned their lives around to salvation and obedience. They are now our responsibility. We must help them.

    • We wish you could, too! If you cannot, we will do the work for you. Just send a donation and it will be well used. Or, contact us directly and ask where you might be of help in your own area.

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